More Matrices, More Problems…or Maybe Not?

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Guest Author: Jenny Cybulski In the clinical research industry, you deal with a plethora of different and dirty matrices that all need to be cleaned up before being injected into Continue Reading

Putting “Simple” Back into Your Bioanalytical Sample Preparation

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Guest Author: Jenny Cybulski While we can’t always agree on the same thing, an overwhelming amount of bioanalytical lab analysts would agree that even though sample preparation is a necessary Continue Reading

Is Simpler Always Better? How “Easy” Sample Prep Can Hinder Progress

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How “Easy” Sample Preparation Can Hinder Our Progress Allen Misa-Food and ENV Marketing Manager Everyone—and I mean everyone—would love to simplify their sample preparation. The goal of sample preparation is Continue Reading

Join Us for the North American PhenoPrep Seminar

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This October 19th, Phenomenex will be hosting the North American PhenoPrep Seminar in Princeton, NJ to discuss innovations and challenges in preparative and process scale chromatography. It will include a Continue Reading

Optimizing Sample Preparation Methods for Comprehensive Drug Research Panels from Urine

Gluca-what? Hydrolysis? Beta-something? While the terminology for urine drug testing can be confusing, the methods should not be. Improve upon traditional urine testing by learning the science behind the steps Continue Reading

Milton’s Featured Method: Chlorinated Pesticides from Poultry Fat

Concerns surrounding pesticide contamination are not limited to fruits and vegetables. According to Toxics Action Center, pesticides are used almost everywhere: not only in agricultural fields, but also in homes, parks, schools, buildings, forests, and roads.