Hair analysis is growing in popularity due to the non-invasive nature of sample collection. Although not used as routinely as other matrices such as blood or urine it does have advantages in that the matrix can indicate prolonged drug exposure. This can provide valuable information with respect to therapeutic drug regimens or in abused drug abstinence cases. These application notes describe a simple streamlined workflow for extraction and clean up of hair samples for LC-MS/MS analysis.THC in hair
Supported Liquid Extraction plates and columns designed to provide high analyte recoveries, and clean, protein and phospholipid free extracts. Methods are easy to develop, and automation is simple.
Powerful, user friendly automation system for Supported Liquid Extraction (SLE), Solid Phase Extraction (SPE), Phospholipid Depletion (PLD) and Protein Precipitation (PPT) based methods, in plate or column formats.
Supported Liquid Extraction (SLE) is a sample preparation technique that has been in use for over ten years now, but many analytical chemists don’t know about, or understand the best way to do an SLE extraction. In this post, I’m going to talk about how SLE works and the proper way to do an SLE extraction for sample clean up.
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Extraction of New and Emerging Drugs of Abuse Prior to LC-MS or GC-MS Analysis.
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