A rapid mobile-based assay for determination of inflammation through quantification of alpha-1-acid glycoprotein has been developed.
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In this interview, we talk to Mary Lame (Principal Applications Scientist, Waters Corporation; MA, USA) who discusses the key challenges scientists face when developing robust peptide bioanalytical assays.
Learn how the Agilent biocolumns help measure the attributes that matter in this informative video.
In this compendium, Agilent have selected applications to illustrate the state of-the-art chromatographic separation for each CQA using either HPLC-UV or light scattering detectors.
In this feature, we will be investigating different alternative matrices that are available to the bioanalytical scientist and what questions need to be asked when deciding on the appropriate matrix to answer specific bioanalytical questions.
Researchers have developed a novel noninvasive monitor using a technique named Raman spectroscopy for measuring blood glucose levels.
A team from the University of Groningen (Groningen, tThe Netherlands) have has designed a novel nanopore system capable of measuring single molecules from a variety of complex biological samples.
We have developed a simple, cost-effective, and labor-efficient two-step protocol for preparing adherent cells for…
The future of alternative matrices in bioanalytical workflows: an interview with Amy Mize (KCAS Bioanalytical & Biomarker Services)
In this exclusive interview, Dr Amy Mize (KCAS Bioanalytical Services; KS, USA) describes how alternative matrices can be applied to bioanalytical studies and what challenges need to be addressed in order to introduce these matrices into bioanalytical workflows.
Find out more about how to adopt alternative matrices into your workflow in this informative infographic from KCAS Bioanalytical Services (KS, USA). Learn more about refining your study design, working with regulatory guidelines and collaborating with other scientists in these five top tips.