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NEW YORK (360Dx) – University of Surrey researchers have developed a paper spray mass spectrometry test for detecting cocaine in fingerprint samples.

The method, which was described in a study published this month in Clinical Chemistry, could prove an inexpensive and high-throughput approach for testing for cocaine and other drugs of abuse, said University of Surrey researcher Catia Costa, first author on the paper.

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