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Detection of peptidic erythropoiesis-stimulating agents in sport
  1. Christian Reichel
  1. Doping Control Laboratory, AIT Seibersdorf Labor GmbH, Seibersdorf, Austria
  1. Correspondence to Dr Christian Reichel, Doping Control Laboratory, AIT Seibersdorf Labor GmbH, A-2444 Seibersdorf, Austria; christian.reichel{at}s-l.at

Abstract

Detection methods for erythropoiesis-stimulating agents in sport can be classified into direct and indirect approaches. Direct methods comprise electrophoretic techniques (isoelectric focusing (IEF-), sodium-dodecylsulfate (SDS-), sarcosyl (SAR-) polyacrylamide gel-electrophoreses (-PAGE)), ELISAs and mass spectrometric methods. The haematological module of the Athlete Biological Passport is currently the only applied indirect approach. Newer developments include a mass spectrometric test for peginesatide, sequential exoglycosidase digestion of ertythropoietin (EPO) combined with electrophoresis (SDS/SAR-PAGE), a dipstick method (MAIIA), and a study on the differences in sialic acid O-acetylation of tryptic EPO O-glycopeptides. The focus of this article is on direct detection methods.

  • Biochemistry
  • Anaemia

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