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As more analytical assays migrate towards LCMS based detection, an ever common series of matrix interferences present the biggest challenges to method robustness and reproducibility and overall laboratory throughput. Although a diversity of sample prep options exist, many can be a tradeoff between cleanliness, complexity, cost and speed. In this seminar we will highlight facile and effective technologies and applications for the mitigation of these common groups of interferences (e.g. Proteins, Phospholipids, Salts, Surfactants etc.)
This seminar is suitable for any analytical chemist who is quantifying small molecule analytes in biological matrices ranging from Whole blood and plasma to oral fluid, pharmaceutical bioanalysis, CRO, forensics, toxicology and drugs of abuse applications.
Aimed at scientists who are looking for innovative sample preparation techniques and workflow selection advice in order to maximize productivity in their laboratory.
This session will also be extremely valuable for scientists who have recently purchased or are considering LCMS adoption in their laboratory and want to learn more about the importance and selection of front end sample preparation.
Who Should Attend:
Pharma: ADME, DMPK, Metabolite Identification, PK & PD analytical chemists, method developers and team leaders. Mass Spectrometrists. Lab directors
CRO: Analytical chemists, method developers, team leaders. Mass Spectrometrists, LC specialists.
Forensic + Tox : Scientists using LC MSMS workflow. Clinical Chemists, Clinical Toxicologists.
Drugs of Abuse: Analytical Chemists, Laboratory Technicians, Lab managers, Lab directors
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