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Binz test

An obsolete qualitative test for quinine in the urine based on the precipitation of quinine when potassium iodine is added to a test specimen.

Binz,

Carl, German pharmacologist, 1832-1913.
Binz test - a qualitative test for the presence of quinine in the urine.
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