DoA MultiSTAT – Urine I

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Product catalogue number varies depending on analyser and matrix used:

 Urine I
Evidence MultiSTATEV4193
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Cross Reactivities

AnalyteCut Off (ng/ml)CompoundCR %
Fentanyl 2Fentanyl100
Para-fluorofentanyl128.2
Thiofentanyl HCL110
α-methylfentanyl66.7
Furanylethylfentanyl66.7
Butrylfentanyl57
Benzylfentanyl33.5
Methoxyacetyl Fentanyl23.8
Ortho Fluro Fentanyl23.8
Acrylfentanyl22.2
Meta-hydroxy-acrylfentanyl20.8
Thienyl Fentanyl15.9
Isobutyrylfentanyl13.8
Furanylfentanyl13.8
Norfentanyl10.42
Valeryl Fentanyl5.7
Cyclopentylfentanyl3.5
Ocfentanil3.3
(±)-trans-3-methyl Fentanyl3.3
ω-hydroxyfentanyl3.1
Ohmefentanyl2.9
cis-Mefentanyl HCl Salt2.5
3-Methylthiofentanyl2.4
Norfuranylfentanyl1.67
Acetylfentanyl<1
4-Fluorobutyrfentanyl / Para Fluoroisobutrylfentanyl<1
Norocfentanyl<1
ω-Hydroxy norfentanyl<1
Diphenhydramine0.014
RemifentanylND
EthylGlucuronide750EthylGlucuronide100
Methylethyl glucuronide75
Methyl- βD-glucuronide5.4
Methamphetamine200S(+)-Methamphetamine100
PMMA HCl200
MDMA66.7
BDB1
D-AmphetamineND
FenfluramineND
(±) MDAND
PhenteramineND
PMAND
(1S,2S)-(+)-Pseudoephedrine<1
R(-) MethamphetamineND
Barbiturates200Phenobarbital100
Secobarbital153
Pentobarbital138
Butabarbital138
Cyclopentobarbital78
Amobarbital42.1
Barbital33.1
Butalbital26.7
Benzodiazepines I 150Oxazepam 100
Alprazolam1000
Estazolam384.6
Nordiazepam192.3
Diazepam125
Oxazepam Glucuronide125
Midazolam125
Clobazam66.7
Bromazepam55.6
Temazepam50
Temazepam Glucuronide50
Chlordiazepoxide50
Alpha-Hydroxyalprazolam37
N-Desmethylflunitrazepam25
Nitrazepam25
Phenazepam16.7
Triazolam16.7
Lorazepam14.3
Lorazepam Glucuronide12.5
Flunitrazepam7.1
Medazepam6.3
Lormetazepam3.3
Clonazepam2.5
Prazepam0.6
2-OH-Ethylflurazepam0.75
FlurazepamND
EtizolamND
7-AminonitrazepamND
7-AminoclonazepamND
7-Amino FlunitrazepamND
Benzodiazepines II 150Lorazepam100
Clonazepam16.7
Lorazepam Glucuronide12.5
Nordiazepam5.45
Oxazepam5
N-Desmethylflunitrazepam4
Alprazolam<1
Oxazepam Glucuronide<1
Flurazepam<1
7-AminonitrazepamND
BromazepamND
ChlordiazepoxideND
ClobazamND
7-NH ClonazepamND
DiazepamND
EstazolamND
2-OH EthylflurazepamND
alpha-hydroxyalprazolamND
LormetazepamND
MedazepamND
MidazolamND
NitrazepamND
PrazepamND
TemazepamND
Temazepam GlucuronideND
TriazolamND
Methadone 300Methadone100
EDDP Perchlorate<1
Opiate200Morphine100
Heroin1333.3
6-Acetylmorphine1000
Codeine61.5
6-Acetylcodeine50
Morphine-3βD-Glucuronide13.3
Desomorphine10
Dihydrocodeine5.7
Hydrocodone4.8
Levorphanol4
Morphine-6βD-Glucuronide3.3
Thebaine2.9
Hydromorphone2
Oxycodone<1
DextromethorphanND
MeperidineND
NorcodeineND
NormorphineND
Noroxycodone HClND
Noroxymorphone HClND
BZG/Cocaine 150Benzoylecgonine100
Cocaine150
m-hydroxybenzoylecgonine71.4
Ecgonine HClND
Norcocaine HClND
Oxycodone50Noroxycodone100
Hydrocodone256.4
Oxycodone147
6-Acetylcodeine<1
CodeineND
DesomorphineND
DextromethorphanND
DihydrocodeineND
HeroinND
HydromorphoneND
LevorphanolND
MeperidineND
Morphine-3βD-GlucuronideND
Morphine-6βD-GlucuronideND
NorcodeineND
NormorphineND
Noroxymorphone HClND
OxymorphoneND
ThebaineND
Tramadol 5Tramadol 100
O-Desmethyltramadol HCl15.6
(±) N-Desmethyltramadol HCl1.3
Promethazine0.025
Venlafaxine HCl<0.01
Tricyclic Antidepressants (TCA) 150Nortriptyline100
Imipramine N-oxide1000
Imipramine300
Amitriptyline285.8
Trimipramine238
Cyclobenzapine201
Desipramine187.5
Promazine175.4
Opipramol167
Doxepin142.8
Maprotiline96.8
Dothiepin75
Protriptyline67
Cyproheptadine65.2
Lofepramine58
Clomipramine55.5
Norclomipramine HCL26.8
Nordoxepin24
Chlorpromazine24
2-hydroxyimipramine19.5
Perphenazine17.3
Quetiapine3.6
Promethazine0.75
Carbamazepine0.3
Cannabinoids (THC) 20(-)-11-nor-9-Carboxy-Δ9-THC100
delta 9-THC10
(±)-11-hydroxy-delta-9-THC7.3
delta 8-THC4
Cannabidiol<1
Amphetamine200S(+)-Amphetamine100
(±) MDA333
PMA HCl235
BDB111
D-Amphetamine83.3
Phentermine22.9
FenfluramineND
PMMA HClND
R(-) MethamphetamineND
Buprenorphine1Norbuprenorphine100
Buprenorphine HCL12.5
Norbuprenorphine-3βD-Glucuronide11.7
Buprenorphine-3βD-Glucuronide1.6
6-MAM 106-Acetylmorphine100
Heroin5
6-Acetylcodeine<1
Oxycodone<1
CodeineND
DesomorphineND
DextromethorphanND
DihydrocodeineND
HydrocodoneND
HydromorphoneND
LevorphanolND
MeperidineND
MorphineND
Morphine-3βD-GlucuronideND
Morphine-6βD-GlucuronideND
NorcodeineND
NormorphineND
Noroxycodone HClND
Noroxymorphone HClND
OxymorphoneND
ThebaineND
Synthetic Cannabinoids (UR-144) 10UR-144 N-Pentanoic Acid100
UR-144 N-(5-hydroxypentyl) metabolite167
(±)-UR-144 N-(4-hydroxypentyl) metabolite118
UR-144 N-(5-hydroxypentyl)-βD-Glucuronide105
A-834735100
A-79626087
XLR-11 N-(4-pentyl) analog19.7
XLR-1118.9
AB-00517.9
UR-144 N-(5-chloropentyl) analog17.2
UR144 Desalkyl17
XLR-11 N-(2-fluoropentyl) isomer12.5
UR-144 N-(5-bromopentyl) analog8
UR-144 N-(heptyl) analog 126 7.97.9
UR-1447.7
Synthetic Cannabinoids (JWH-018) 20JWH 018 N-pentanoic acid metabolite100
AM2201 N-(4-fluoropentyl) isomer400
JWH 018 N-(5-hydroxypentyl) metabolite400
JWH 073 N-(4-hydroxybutyl) metabolite286
AM2201285.8
JWH 073277.8
(±)-JWH 018 n-(4-hydroxypentyl) metabolite266.7
JWH-200235
JWH 018 N-(5-hydroxypentyl) β-D-glucuronide208.3
JWH 073 6-hydroxyindole metabolite200
JWH-018200
JWH 018 6-methoxyindole analog181.9
AM1220174
JWH 022166.7
JWH 200 6-hydroxyindole metabolite163.2
AM2201 N-(4-hydroxypentyl metabolite)138
JWH 073 N-(2-methylpropyl) isomer133.3
JWH-073 N-Butanol125
JWH 018 6-hydroxyindole metabolite125
(1-(4-Carboxybutyl)-1H-indol-3-yl) (naphthalene-1-yl) methanone (N-carboxybutyl) JWH-018112.3
JWH 073 5-hydroxyindole metabolite111.1
AM2201 6-hydroxyindole metabolite100
JWH 018 5-hydroxyindole metabolite100
JWH018 N-(1,2-dimethylpropyl) isomer100
JWH 019 N-(6-hydroxyhexyl) metabolite100
JWH 073 7-hydroxyindole metabolite97.6
JWH 018 7-hydroxyindole metabolite90.9
JWH 018 N- (2-methylbutyl) isomer88.9
JWH 018 N- (1-methylbutyl) isomer55.6
JWH 073 N-(1-methylpropyl) isomer50
JWH 019 5-hydroxyindole metabolite50
JWH 200 5-hydroxyindole metabolite40
JWH 398 N-(5-hydroxypentyl) metabolite38.4
JWH 02033.9
JWH 073 N-butanoic acid metabolite24
JWH 122 N-(5-hydroxypentyl) metabolite22.2
JWH-42420
JWH-018 4-hydroxyindole metabolite16.7
alpha-PVP 5α-Pyrrolidinovalerophenone100
Naphyrone HCl143
MDPV HCl71.4

*All data in the above table refers to our urine matrix.