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Authors:  Anthony L. Rosner
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It remains unclear as to precisely what fraction of monoamines from the peripheral and central nervous system appear in the urine, under what conditions. The variability of baseline measurements remains a significant problem, assuming that all urine samples analyzed were taken at the same time of day (6 hours before bedtime). To settle this dispute, further research regarding the actual tracing of monoamines from the peripheral and central nervous systems into the urine is strongly advised. 


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