SEP 25, 2014 8:00 AM PDT

Grow your LC-MS research and forensic lab profitability with cost-effective analytical workflows




This webinar presents LC-MS workflows for cost-effective research and forensic laboratory operation. The workflows, enabled by simple sample preparation coupled with rapid analysis on a 4-channel multiplexing LC system, include quantitation of vitamin D metabolites (25-OH-Vitamin D2 & D3) in blood serum and, methylmalonic acid (MMA) in blood serum for research use, buprenorphine and its metabolite norbuprenorphine in urine, and ethanol metabolites ethyl glucuronide and ethyl sulfate (EtG/EtS) in urine for forensic use. High-throughput data quality and ease of operation for reduced labor costs and consumables cost will be discussed.

Who Should Attend:

Forensic toxicologists and clinical researchers who are interested in:


•    Identification of metabolites in urine and blood serum
•    LC-MS/MS techniques to resolve more demanding analytes


Key Learning Objectives:

•    Principles of LC-MS multiplexing
•    How to set up methods that maximize sample throughput
•    How to set up methods that minimize consumables costs
•    How to set up methods with efficient workflows
•    What skills are needed for success

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