Guilty by dissociation: Part A: Development of a rapid ultra-high performance liquid chromatography (UHPLC)-MS/MS methodology for the analysis of regioisomeric diphenidine-derived novel psychoactive substances (NPS)

Jennifer K. Field, Christine Hinz, Christopher M. Titman, Matthew C. Hulme, Rhona M. Cowan, Jack B. Ainsworth-McMillan, Nicolas Gilbert, Robert J. Lee, Jack Marron, Andrew Costello, Ryan E. Mewis, Melvin R. Euerby, Oliver B. Sutcliffe

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