Bioclinical Analysis

Mobile mass spectrometry – taking the lab to the field

Portable mass spectrometry often seems to be the stuff of science fiction, but it is widely regarded as necessary to keep up with the demands of an evolving approach to human wellness. While the devices we imagine in fantasy and conceptualize for...

A Microelution Extraction Technique for Drugs of Abuse with Streamlined Sample Clean-up

This on-demand webinar outlines methods for extracting a large drugs of abuse panel from urine and plasma using reverse-phase and mixed-mode sorbent chemistries. For further details and to register, click below.

NPS screening and identification using nominal and accurate mass approaches

This on-demand webinar discusses how nominal mass and accurate mass instruments can be used in forensic toxicology workflows as two different yet complementary approaches for screening and identifying novel psychoactive substances (NPS).

SCIEX is your partner in crime: Download the Wiley libraries info kit

New designer drugs are flooding today’s market with alarming speed. These drugs are so volatile that a simple tweak of a molecule could create an entirely different substance altogether. For this reason, your laboratory needs tools that enable you...

Comprehensive screening of acidic, neutral and basic drugs from blood and urine

This application note exploits the highly retentive, universal nature of UCT’s polymeric Styre Screen® HLD sorbent for the analysis of acidic, neutral, and basic compounds in blood and urine.

Identify rapidly evolving novel psychoactive drug substances faster

Capture traces of tomorrow's drugs today and identify rapidly evolving novel psychoactive drug substances faster with this eBook from Thermo Fisher Scientific.

Analyse drugs of abuse and novel psychoactive substances in a forensic lab

Dr. Giampietro Frison of the Laboratory of Environmental Hygiene and Forensic Toxicology discusses how he effectively manages his growing load of forensic toxicology cases.

Simple method for the detection of controlled substances in blood samples

This technical note from Thermo Fisher Scientific describes the detection of controlled substances in blood samples using the VeriSpray ion source with TSQ Altis MS for clinical research and forensic toxicology.

Perform quantitative analysis of benzodiazepines by QuEChERS and LC-MS/MS

This application from UCT describes an easy, fast, and effective method using QuEChERS for the quantitative analysis of benzodiazepines in whole blood.

High Resolution Orbitrap MS for Detecting New Psychoactive Drugs

In this on-demand webinar, hosted by Separation Science in collaboration with Thermo Fisher Scientific, you can learn about two analytical methods for the determination of new psychoactive stimulants (NPS) in urine by liquid chromatography–high...

Discover new developments and advances in forensics and toxicology

Separation Science, in collaboration with its sponsors GERSTEL, SCIEX and UCT has developed its fifth online eSeminar focusing on advances in forensics and toxicology, which is now available to view on-demand. With a varied programme delivered by...

Rapid Update of Screening Methods for the Detection of New Psychoactive Substance Use 

In this presentation from a recent 'Advances in Forensics & Toxicology eSeminar' hosted by Separation Science in collaboration with Bruker, Bjorn Moosmann provides a convenient workflow for rapidly updating screening methods for the detection of new...

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