In this opinion piece, Ming Li proposes adopting automation to address current turnover and data quality challenges faced by Chinese bioanalytical CROs.
Validation of an integrated series of ligand-binding assays for the quantitative determination of antibody–drug conjugates in biological matrices
In this manuscript the authors describe the validation of the three ligand binding bioanalytical assays utilizing highly specific reagents pivotal to current bioanalytical strategy to measure total antibody, active ADC and total ADC.
In this commentary the author suggests automation of workflows can help ensure high quality data at Chinese CRO’s, where the turnover of staff is high, and many inexperienced staff carry out bench work.
This research article details the development of a robust small-molecule bioanalytical sample preparation method.
In celebration of Bioanalysis Zone’s 4th birthday, we wanted to share the top 10 features…
Cameron Low interviews Rob Durham, Director of Field Applications Scientists, North America, Gyros on automation of assays and the Gyros Immunoassay.
This article features the presenters’ responses to unanswered audience questions posed during the live webinar ‘A hybrid LBA/LC-MS assay: realize the best of both worlds’.
In this commentary Joseph A Tweed (Pfizer Inc.) discusses the results of our automation survey. Joseph covers why automation may be employed more for small molecule bioanalysis when compared with large molecule bioanalysis, how we can increase collaboration, and much more.
In this commentary Brian Beato (AIT Bioscience) discusses the idea of expanding automation in the bioanalytical laboratory, so that is spans instrumentation and hardware, as well as quality control, quality assurance and reporting functions.