This book describes how anabolic steroids are used, considers problems with counterfeit drugs, and includes profiles of the most commonly used steroids and supplements covering every aspect of chemically-enhanced effects. The text also covers the typical analytical problems of steroid biochemistry. The book will be of great use to researchers who utilizes chromatographic methods in their work with steroids.
Olivia Bouisset graduated from Oxford University, where she received a PhD in Biochemistry in 2012. Her research interests span from the use of single molecule scale methods on membrane proteins for bionanotechnological applications to the characterisation of potential inhibitors of the amyloid beta peptide aggregation – one of the hallmarks of Alzheimer's disease. A post-doctoral fellow and then research engineer at CNRS (French national centre for scientific research) for three years, she now works as a scientific and medical translator.