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Explore the lessons learned from environmental PFAS applications and how these insights can be transitioned to other arenas.
Unlock SPE and LC-MS/MS parameters for forensic analysis of steroids, opioids, cannabinoids, and amphetamines in a comprehensive eBook
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Accurate reconstruction of metabolic pathways is an important prerequisite for interpreting metabolomics changes and understanding the diverse biological processes in disease models.
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Workflow for Cannabinoids Analysis in Cannabis Using A Chromolith® Monolithic Silica HPLC Column Providing Low Backpressure and Extended Column Lifetime
Discover an HPLC-DAD workflow to determine 14 cannabinoids in hemp bud samples using a monolithic silica-based Chromolith® HPLC column.
Discover forensic sample analysis techniques for detecting steroids, opioids, cannabinoids, and amphetamines in a range of sample types.
Learn which characteristics in protein-based biotherapeutics need to be analyzed and why.
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