In this research article the authors report the use of liquid chromatography with high resolution mass spectrometry in measuring hepcidin isoforms.
In this conference report from the 37th British Mass Spectrometry Society annual meeting which took place in Eastbourne, the authors discuss MS solutions for challenging analytes, fundamental/instrument developments and new MS technologies for processing MS data.
In this research article, the authors describe the validation of a LC-MS/MS assay for the quantification of free and glucuronide THCCOOH in urine samples, applicable for routine cannabis drug testing.
This methodology discusses how uric acid can be stabilized in urine samples using a high pH and ammonium thioglycolate.
This methodology discusses the use of organic solvents in sample preparation to optimize extraction recovery and minimize the hematocrit effect on the analysis of VAMS dried blood samples.
In this review article the authors outline the increase in sensitivity and dynamic range when using fluorogenic 3-(4-hydroxyphenyl)propionic acid in preference of other conventional colorimetric ELISA, LBA technologies and LC-MS assays.
In this research article the authors investigate the use of different blood collection methods and their influence on endogenous metabolites.
In this review article the authors describe the development and validation of a UPLC-MS/MS method to quantify fotagliptin and its metabolites in human plasma and urine.
In this review article the authors describe a protein reagent-free workflow which was developed for quantifying polyhistidine-tagged proteins by LC–MS/MS.
In this review the authors describe four sizing techniques which are good candidates to be used for characterization of protein and their aggregates: dynamic light scattering, size-exclusion chromatography, electron microscopy and Taylor dispersion analysis.