Bioclinical Analysis Blog

Forensic Analysis of Cocaine and its Metabolites in Hair Samples

Cocaine is one of the most commonly abused recreational drugs, with an estimated 16.5 million people or 0.35% of the worldwide population abusing the substance. Detection of its use can be performed in several biological matrices such as 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...

CESI-MS helps your charge heterogeneity analysis of mAbs

Looking for a new tool to characterize monoclonal antibodies at the intact level - if so, CESI-MS might be just what you're looking for...

Now available industry’s first kit for comprehensive metabolome analysis

Thermo Fisher Scientific and BIOCRATES Life Sciences launched a ready-to-use kit for accurate and confident metabolic phenotyping on high resolution mass spectrometry instruments.

A Perfect Tool for the Determination of Trace Elements in Blood and Serum

PerkinElmer has produced an application note demonstrating the advantages of the NexION 2000® ICP-MS for trace elemental analysis in blood and serum and explores the ability to simplify sample preparation, which is a direct result of the...

Method development and applications of SWATH in Forensic Toxicology?

An insight into the opportunities and pitfalls during method development and applications of SWATH DIA HRMS methods in forensic toxicology. Register to view the webinar...

Advances in Forensics & Toxicology eSeminar

View the on-demand version of this recent eSeminar

Separation Science, in collaboration with its sponsors Gerstel, Bruker and Shimadzu, has developed its third online eSeminar focusing on advances in forensics and toxicology. With a varied...

    

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