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Improving Liquid Chromatographic Separations in Clinical Analysis by Utilizing Recent Developments in Column Technology

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Overview

Liquid chromatography (LC) is a powerful technique for the separation, identification, and quantification of target analytes in complex media such as biomatrices. LC offers target assay flexibility, multiple detection modes, and can be highly automated — all of these are ideal features to be applied to the analysis of high sample numbers or for research purposes in the modern clinical laboratory.

With the introduction of ever-more-powerful and easier-to-use mass spectrometry (MS) detectors at an affordable price point, LC-MS has become increasingly influential as a routine, investigative tool for clinical testing, therapeutic/dose monitoring, and the screening of disease states including quantitative and qualitative biomarker profiling.

Key Learning Objective

  • Learn how to utilize unique stationary phase chemistries to maximize selectivity in HPLC/UHPLC and LC/MS
  • Learn about new stationary phase technology that will improve clinical analyte resolution and lab productivity
  • Review examples of using different bonded phases to improve clinical lab separations

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Improving Liquid Chromatographic Separations in Clinical Analysis by Utilizing Recent Developments in Column Technology

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