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Urine drug test. Drug screen card that is used to test urine samples for the presence or absence of drugs. Five absorbent tips (not seen) should be dipped in the urine sample. The results of the chemical reactions will be seen in the windows in the centre of the card. Results are interpreted from the coloured lines that appear in the windows down centre. The five tests are: amphetamines (AMP), benzodiazepines (BZO), cocaine (COC), methadone (MTD) and morphine derivatives (MOR) such as heroin. This is Surestep from Applied Biotech, Inc., of California, USA.
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