Separation Science, in collaboration with UCT, brings you the Forensic Sample Analysis eBook covering a range of solid-phase extraction (SPE) techniques and corresponding LC-MS/MS parameters for analysing various compounds in biological samples.
The UCT 'Forensic Sample Analysis' eBook covers a range of solid-phase extraction (SPE) techniques and corresponding LC-MS/MS parameters for analysing various compounds in biological samples. SPE is a widely used sample preparation technique for isolating and concentrating analytes of interest from complex matrices, such as blood, plasma, urine, and tissue. It is a critical step in the analysis of compounds in these samples by liquid chromatography-tandem mass spectrometry (LC-MS/MS). This eBook presents a collection of methods for the analysis of several classes of compounds, including opioids, cannabinoids, steroids, and amphetamines.
Applications covered in this eBook include:
- Solid Phase Extraction of Novel Synthetic 2-Benzylbenzimidazole Opioid Compounds “Nitazenes”
- Simultaneous Analysis of Free Steroids and Sulfate Conjugates by Solid-Phase Extraction and LC-MS/MS
- Analysis of Natural Cannabinoids and Metabolites from Blood Using Clean Screen® THC and SelectraCore® C18 Column on LC-MS/MS
- Analysis of Natural Cannabinoids and Metabolites from Urine Using Styre Screen® HLB and SelectraCore® C18 Column on LC-MS/MS
- Simultaneous Analysis of 19 Novel Synthetic Cannabinoids in Urine Using SPE and LC-MS/MS
- Analysis of 26 Natural and Synthetic Opioids in Blood and Urine Using Clean Screen® DAU SPE and a Selectra® DA UHPLC Column
- Amphetamines in Blood, Plasma/Serum, Urine, or Tissue using Clean Screen® DAU SPE and LC-MS/MS analysis
- Learn about various solid-phase extraction (SPE) techniques for preparing biological samples
- Discover LC-MS/MS parameters for analysing a range of compounds, including opioids, steroids, cannabinoids, and amphetamines
- Find out about practical forensic applications of these techniques
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