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- Opiate Positive Test from Poppy SeedsPoppyseed ingestion has been clearly and repeatedly shown to be …
- Cocaine in Hair Testing – Limitations Hair testing is subject to several limitations and reported pitfalls …
LW Hayes et al., Ethylglucuronide in Urine by LC-MS/MS with Human Excretion Profiles Following Dermal and Oral Ethanol Use, Society of Forensic Toxicology Abstracts, 2007, p. S25
Rosano T, Swift T and Hayes L. Advances in catecholamine and metabolite measurement for the diagnosis of pheochromocytoma, a review. Clinical Chemistry, 37:1854-67, 1991
Rosano T, Hayes L, Dybas M, Nazeer T, Ross J. Evaluation of an immunoradiometric assay for cathepsin D concentration in breast and endometrial tumors. (Abstract) Clinical Chemistry, 37:1055, 1991
Otvos J, Hayes L, Jeyarajah E, Freedman D, Janjan N. Relationship between the proton nuclear magnetic resonance properties of plasma lipoproteins and cancer. Clinical Chemistry, 37: 369-376, 1991.
Hayes L, Krasseldt W, Mueggler P, Concentrations of codeine and morphine in serum and urine after ingestion of poppy seeds. Clinical Chemistry, 33:806, 1987.
Hayes L, Swanson JR, Elevated ammonia results due to bacterial contamination of aca tubing. Clinical Chemistry, 30:1882, 1984.
Hayes L, Rapid partial purification of angiotensin-converting enzyme from human plasma- preliminary report. Clinical Chemistry, 30:1061, 1984.
Ching SF, Hayes L, Slakey LL, Angiotensin-converting enzyme in cultured endothelial cells. Synthesis, degradation and transfer to culture medium. Atherosclerosis 3:581-588, 1983.