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A. Abdel-Fattah, S. S. Toubar, and M. A. Sultan, “Spectrophotometric determination of acyclovir and amantadine hydrochloride through metals complexation,” Journal of Analytical Chemistry, vol. 59, no. 1, pp. 33– 38, 2004. 16. T. Kuwabara, H. Nakajima, M. Nanasawa, and A. Ueno, “Color change indicators for molecules using methyl red-modified cyclodextrins,” Analytical Chemistry, vol. 71, no. 14, pp. 2844–2849, 1999. 17. M. A. Martin and B. Del Castillo, “2,3-diphenylquinolizinium bromide as a fluorescent derivatization reagent for amines,” Analytica Chimica Acta, vol.
T. Prud’homme, O. Zoueva, and J. M. Weber, “Amantadine susceptibility in influenza A virus isolates: determination methods and lack of resistance in a Canadian sample, 1991–94,” Clinical and Diagnostic Virology, vol. 8, no. 1, pp. 41–51, 1997. 60 Analytical Chemistry: Methods and Applications 2. Martindale, The Complete Drug Reference, Pharmaceutical Press, London, UK, 33rd edition, 2002. 3. I. A. Darwish, I. H. Refaat, H. F. Askal, and M. A. Marzouq, “Generic nonextractive spectrophotometric method for determination of 4-quinolone antibiotics by formation of ion-pair complexes with β-naphthol,” Journal of AOAC International, vol.
Invention and introduction of phenothiazine derivatives into treatment of mental disease has changed the modern psychiatry. This fact has improved the life style of patients and allowed quick development of ambulatory system of treatment for such sickness. The common use of phenothiazines has generated the need for fast and reliable methods for quality control of phenothiazine pharmaceuticals and monitoring them in clinical samples. Over fifty years of the medical use of phenothiazines have resulted in countless number of analytical procedures devoted to resolve this problem [2, 3].