Solid Phase Extraction & In-Well Hydrolysis for Analyzing Abusive Drugs

solid phase extraction analyzing drugs of abuse

The increase of testing drugs of abuse radically defines the workload for many laboratories, requiring testing methods to be accurate, reliable, and quick, which is where In-Well Hydrolysis and SPE Continue Reading

Transform Your HPLC and UHPLC Method Development Mindset on Analyzing Proteins— Including Monoclonal Antibodies!

Method development and analyzing proteins

A discussion of wide-pore/core-shell technology for monoclonal antibodies, method development considerations with wide-pore/core-shell columns, size exclusion chromatography (SEC) using sub-2 μm particles, and method optimization for SEC. (Webinar sneak peek) Continue Reading

β-Gone β-Glucuronidase Removal FAQs

β-Gone β-Glucuronidase Removal 96-well plates and tubes are designed to target and remove β-glucuronidase from hydrolyzed urine samples without requiring additional time or method development. In a single step and in less than 1 minute, your hydrolyzed samples are ready for analysis.

Beta-Glucuronidase Removal: Urine the Right Place

Whether it be for a job interview or medical diagnosis, most of us have found ourselves in the vulnerable position of peeing into a cup. And though it may feel invasive or embarrassing, urine tests are remarkably helpful to doctors, courts, and hiring managers alike.

Humanity in Science: Combating Counterfeit with Capillary Electrophoresis

The Humanity in Science Award was created in 2015 to recognize outstanding developments in science that could change human lives for the better. There were many runners-up who did (and do!) amazing things for humanity. Recently, The Analytical Scientist sat down with each of them to catch up, and find out how their ventures have progressed in the last 12 months.

Allowable Adjustments to Pharmacopoeia Methods: Simplified Version

Effective August 2014, the United States Pharmacopoeia and the National Formulary published the latest revision to General Chapter on Chromatography that further clarifies what “allowable adjustments” can be made to USP methods without having to revalidate these methods.