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Specificity - AMP Drug Test Panel
The following compounds are detected positive in urine by the AMP One Step Amphetamine Drug Test at 5 minutes. Cutoff represents the concentration of each compound required to yield a positive reading. A lower cutoff indicates a greater ability to detect the compound.
|Compound||Synonyms / Brand Names / Common Names||Cutoff
|d-Amphetamine||Dextroamphetamine, Dexamphetamine, Dexamfetamine / Dexedrine, Adderall, Mydayis / Speed||1,000|
|dl-Amphetamine||Amphetamine, Racemic amphetamine, Desoxynorephedrine, Amphetamin, Amfetamine, Amfetamin, Amfetamina, Anfetamina / Adzenys, Dyanavel, Evekeo, Adderall, Mydayis / Speed||3,000|
|l-Amphetamine||Levoamphetamine, Levamphetamine, Levamfetamine, Levamfetamin, Levanfetamina||50,000|
|3,4-Methylenedioxy-amphetamine||MDA, Tenamfetamine, Tenamfetamina / Ecstasy, Molly||2,000|
|Phentermine||Phentermin, Fentermina / Adipex, Lomaira, Qsymia||3,000|
Amphetamine - Definition and Description
Amphetamine is a CNS stimulant drug and anorectic, prescribed for treating ADHD, narcolepsy, and obesity, typically found in oral capsule or oral tablet form. Due to its potent stimulant effects, amphetamine is a popular target for illicit use by students, athletes, recreational users, and those seeking to avoid sleep for various reasons. Such users typically procure the drug, directly or indirectly, from individuals possessing legitimate prescriptions. A high potential exists for amphetamine addiction and misuse. In attempt to maximize its effects or speed of onset, some amphetamine users will crush the tablets into a powder form and consume the product by snorting, smoking, or injecting after liquefying. Speed is a slang name commonly used in years past for various forms of amphetamine.
For more information, see: Amphetamine Facts and Information.
Summary - AMP Amphetamine Urine Test Panel
d-Amphetamine is the target compound for the AMP One Step Amphetamine Drug Test, detected at a cutoff level of 1,000 ng/mL. d-Amphetamine is a prescription drug, indicated for the treatment of ADHD and narcolepsy, marketed under generic labels and the brand Dexedrine. d-Amphetamine can be found in oral tablet, oral capsule, and oral solution forms. Approximately 27–53% of a d-amphetamine dose is recovered in the urine as unchanged parent drug.  Urine pH has a significant impact on these rates, with higher values in acidic (lower pH) urine and lower values in alkaline (higher pH) urine.
The Adderall brand is a combination of d-amphetamine and dl-amphetamine, known as mixed amphetamine salts. The Adderall brand, its generic equivalents, and the brand Mydayis, are found in oral capsule form, prescribed for treating ADHD. Generic oral tablet forms are prescribed for treating ADHD and narcolepsy. Significant concentrations of mixed amphetamine salts are excreted in the urine as total amphetamine, generally comprised of 75% d-amphetamine and 25% l-amphetamine. 
Prescription drugs based on dl-amphetamine are indicated for treating ADHD, narcolepsy, and obesity. These drugs can be found in oral tablet and oral solution forms, marketed under the brands Adzenys, Dyanavel, and Evekeo. Concentrations of dl-amphetamine excreted in the urine as total amphetamine are generally comprised of 50% d-amphetamine and 50% l-amphetamine. 
MDA cross-reacts with this test at 2,000 ng/mL. MDA is one form of the designer drug ecstasy and is a minor urinary metabolite of MDMA, which is also a form of ecstasy.  It should be noted, however, that detection of ecstasy use is outside the scope of an amphetamine urine test device. Instead, an ecstasy urine test device should be employed, such as the 1-panel MDMA One Step Ecstasy Drug Test (or a multi-panel drug test that contains an MDMA panel), which detects the three forms of ecstasy: MDMA, MDA, and MDEA.
Phentermine cross-reacts with this test at 3,000 ng/mL. Phentermine is a prescription obesity drug, dispensed under the brand names Adipex, Lomaira, and Qsymia, in addition to generic versions. It should be noted, however, that detection of phentermine use is outside the scope of an amphetamine drug screen device.
The CNS stimulant drug methamphetamine is known to be metabolized and excreted in the urine as both methamphetamine and amphetamine. In normal urine (pH 6–8), approximately 37–54% of a d-methamphetamine dose is recovered as unchanged parent drug, with 4–7% recovered as d-amphetamine.  It should be noted, however, that detection of methamphetamine use is outside the scope of an amphetamine urine test device. Instead, a methamphetamine urine test device should be employed, such as the 1-panel mAMP One Step Methamphetamine Drug Test (or a multi-panel drug test that contains a mAMP panel), which targets d-methamphetamine at 1,000 ng/mL.