Improving detection of a ‘date rape’ drug

Because gamma hydroxybutyric acid (GHB), commonly known as a ‘date rape drug’ is rapidly absorbed and metabolized by the body, it’s difficult for law enforcement to tell if someone has been given GHB. Now, scientists report that they have identified a potential biomarker that might lead to tests to detect the compound that could be performed much later than current ones.

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