Relevant peer reviewed published papers by Cansford’s scientists

  1. Commentary on Current Changes of the SoHT 2016 Consensus on Alcohol Markers in Hair and Further Background Information. Forensic Science International (2017).
  2. European guidelines for workplace drug and alcohol testing in hair. Drug Testing and Analysis July 2016.
  3. Workplace Drug Testing in “Hair Analysis in Clinical and Forensic Toxicology” eds Pascal Kintz, Alberto Salomone, Marco Vincenti, Academic Press; Edition: 1 (25 de June de 2015)
  4. Differentiation between consumption and external contamination when testing for cocaine and cannabis in hair samples. Drug testing and analysis, 6(S1), 37-4, 2014
  5. Workplace drug testing, different matrices different objectives. Drug Testing and Analysis 4 (2), 2012, 83–88, 2012
  6. Análises de drogas em cabelos ou pêlos. RevInter Revista de Toxicologia, Risco Ambiental e Sociedade, 4(1), 2011
  7. Simultaneous determination of GHB and EtG in hair using GCMS/MS. Drug testing and analysis 3,201–205, 2010
  8. Testing for alcohol use in hair: is ethyl glucuronide (EtG) stable in hair? Ann. Toxicol. Anal, 21(2), 67-71, 2009
  9. Differentiation between drug use and environmental contamination when testing for drugs in hair. Forensic Sci Int. 176 (1): 19-22, 2008
  10. Do drug users use less alcohol than non-drug users? A comparison of ethyl glucuronide concentrations in hair between the two groups in medico-legal cases. Forensic Sci Int. 176: 82-6, 2008
  11. Patterns in drug use in the United Kingdom as revealed through analysis of hair in a large population sample. Forensic Sci. Int. 170 (2-3):121-128, 2007
  12. Prevalence and disposition of drugs of abuse and opioid treatment drugs in oral fluid.  J Anal Toxicol. 31 (8):424-433, 2007
  13. GC-MS-MS Determination of Gamma-Hydroxybutyrate in Blood and Urine.  J Anal Toxicol. 30 (6):375-379, 2006
  14. Comparison by External Quality Assessment of Performance of Analytical Systems for Measurement of Thereapeutic Drugs in Serum.  Therapeutic Drug Monitoring,  19: 420-426, 1997
  15. Time course of appearance of cotinine in human beard hair after a single dose of nicotine.  Therapeutic Drug Monitoring, 17:195-198, 1995
  16. Intra- and interlaboratory sources of imprecision in drug measurements by different techniques. Clinical Chemistry 39: 851-855, 1993