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Time-dependent PMR in peripheral blood and especially in tissue samples is still under-explored. For further investigation, an easy applicable method for the simultaneous quantitation of over 80 forensically relevant compounds in 11 different postmortem matrices should be developed and validated overcoming the challenges of high inter-matrix and intra-matrix concentration variances.
For highest applicability, an easy solvent calibration was used. Furthermore, time-consuming dilution of high concentration samples showing detector saturation was circumvented by two overlapping calibration curves using 12 C isotope monitoring for low concentrations and 13 C isotopes for high concentration, respectively.
The method was validated according to international guidelines with modifications. Matrix effects and extraction efficiency were strongly matrix and analyte dependent. In general, brain and adipose tissue produced the highest matrix effects, whereas cerebrospinal fluid showed the least matrix effects.
Accuracy and precision results were rather matrix independent with some exceptions. Site dependence of drug concentrations in postmortem blood--a case study. The effect of the postmortem interval on the redistribution of drugs: a comparison of mortuary admission and autopsy blood specimens.
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