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Development of valid immunoassay methods for LH in urine
Project Title: Development of valid immunoassay methods for LH in urine
Researchers: R. Kazlauskas, J. Trout, C. Howe, C. Goebel, L. Turner (National Measurement Institute, Australia), D.J. Handelsman (ANZAC Research Institute, Australia)
Year accepted: 2008
Summary: The primary objective of this project was to determine which method or methods that can be successfully used to measure luteinizing hormone (LH) in urine. The measurement of LH is important for two reasons. As a result of this project, it is now feasible to use LH suppression as an adjunct procedure with T/E measurement to detect testosterone doping and to detect and confirm the use of large doses of recombinant LH.
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