The Texas A&M Veterinary Medical Diagnostic Laboratory’s (TVMDL) analytical chemistry section recently upgraded its strychnine test. Changes made include detection of strychnine using LC/MS instead of HPLC and detection of strychnine in serum.
Suitable samples for strychnine detection include serum, urine, vomitus/stomach contents, and bait material.
Test: Strychnine (LC/MS)
Test Code: 1568
Turnaround: This test is performed Monday through Friday at the College Station laboratory with results in one to three business days.
For more information about this offering, visit tvmdl.tamu.edu or call the College Station laboratory at 1.888.646.5623.