In this article from Bioanalysis, the authors discuss the most frequently employed analytical techniques and sample preparation systems to obtain a reliable and trustworthy method to quantify antidiabetic drugs in biological matrices.
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Overcoming challenges associated with the bioanalysis of an ester prodrug and its active acid metabolite
In this article from Bioanalysis, the authors discuss an approach to overcome the challenges associated with the bioanalysis of an ester prodrug and its active acid metabolite.
In this interview we talk to Candace Price (Merck KGaA, Darmstadt, Germany) about her current research focusing on the BioSPME technique. She goes on to discuss the advatanges of BioSPME compared to traditional sample preparation techniques, the possible future of the technique and how Merck KGaA introduce new technologies.
Thermo Fisher Scientific unveil their new Samco clicktainer vials for enhanced sample protection and user safety
Thermo Fisher Scientific (MA, USA) have developed a new series of quality assured leak-proof vials that offer enhanced sample protection and user safety.
In this report the authors discuss the bioanalytical challenges of sample preparation including how microextraction techniques have become an important trend in the field of bioanalysis.
Evaluation of sample extraction methods for minimizing hematocrit effect on whole blood analysis with volumetric absorptive microsampling
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.
Skin sample preparation by collagenase digestion for diclofenac quantification using LC–MS/MS after topical application
In this research article, a new approach involving enzymatic treatment and mechanical homogenization techniques were evaluated for efficient sample preparation of skin samples.
Finding the needle in the haystack: A simple path to matrix removal and robust solid-phase extraction methods
In this seminar, we will outline several different approaches to sample clean-up using a variety of SPE tools.
Researchers have developed a new microfluidic device that enables simultaneous double sorting and purification of target cells.