In-capillary microextraction for direct mass spectrometry analysis of biological samples

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Innovative Grade US Origin Bovine Whole Blood from Innovative Research was recently used in the following study:

In-capillary microextraction for direct mass spectrometry analysis of biological samples

Talanta Volume 189, 1 November 2018, Pages 451-457
Yue Ren, Wenpeng Zhang, Ziqing Lin, Lane R.Bushman, Peter L.Anderson, Zheng Ouyang

" ... In this work, we introduced new concepts to develop the in-capillary microextraction and to extend its application in the analysis of hydrophilic compounds in biofluids and oil samples. The influence of other factors related to capillaries and the extraction solvents were also investigated ... The bovine blood was purchased from Innovative Research Inc (Novi, MI, USA) ... The blood cell lysate was prepared by lysing 0.25 mL of whole blood with 5 mL of 70% methanol/water solution (v/v)"

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