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BioSPME for Plasma Protein Binding Assay: Details of Method Development and Optimization
Determination of plasma protein binding using a SupelTM C18 pin device based BioSPME method for efficient sample preparation, along with a comparison to the equilibrium dialysis method.
Protein Binding Determination Using Supel™ BioSPME C18 Pin Device as Part of the Manual Methodology With and Without Shaking
The application note describes a comparative analysis of plasma protein binding results for free/bound drugs using two different sample extraction steps, with and without agitation.
Speed, Simplicity and Accuracy of Protein Binding Determination using BioSPME
Learn about Supel™ BioSPME C18 high-throughput devices to determine plasma protein binding and decrease the sample preparation time to less than an hour.
Protein Binding Determination - Comparison Study of Techniques & Devices
Comparative analysis of Supel™ BioSPME 96-Pin device with a rapid equilibrium dialysis technique for accuracy of measured values, sample cleanliness, and workflow time in drug protein binding.
HPLC Analysis of Active Cannabinoid Compounds in Gummy Bear Candy on Ascentis® Express Biphenyl with UV Detection after Extraction
Tetrahydrocannabinolic acid A solution, 1.0 mg/mL in acetonitrile, ampule of 1 mL, certified reference material.
Ascentis® Express Biphenyl UHPLC and HPLC Columns
The bonded, densely endcapped, dimethyl-biphenyl stationary phase of Ascentis® Express 90 Å Biphenyl, based on fused-core particles, provides a stable, reversed phase packing with enhanced π-π and mild steric interactions due to the two sequential phenyl groups bonded to the