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.
In this review the authors describe a selection of specific and important properties of lipopeptides, and the analytical methods currently utilized for their characterization and determination in biological samples.
This methodology discusses the improvement of biosafety in clinical analysis by developing a safe pretreatment method combining sealing technique with direct injection technique.
This conference report summarizes the major discussion topics from the fourth China Bioanalysis Forum annual conference, including bioanalytical challenges, solutions for biomarkers, antidrug antibody (antibody–drug conjugates) and biologics.
In this review the authors focus on CE coupled to MS as a mature technique for untargeted metabolomics including sample pretreatment, types of matrices, analytical methods, applications and data treatment strategies for polar compound analysis in biological matrices.
In this article the authors modify the LC–MS/MS method to accommodate numerous other lipids in one analysis.
In this article the authors describe the validation and development of an ultra-sensitive LC–MS/MS method for the determination of midazolam in human plasma using SPE.