Athletes are not allowed to use performance-enhancing drugs. Despite many efforts, the
use of performance-enhancing drugs still persists in sports. Doping testing in athletes is the main
way to determine drug consumption. Taking biological samples from athletes can be used to detect
doping. The least invasive method is urine, while hair and saliva can be sampled using a minimally
invasive procedure. In contrast, blood sampling is the most invasive method. The development of
sample analysis and detection technology is crucial for any kind of sampling method. This review
details the progress of electrophoresis and electrochemical detection of diuretics in stimulants.
Keywords: Capillary electrophoresis, electrochemistry, doping, diuretic, detection liquid chromatography, hormones.
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