Special Issue "Development of Analytical Methods for Clarification of Biological Phenomena"
A special issue of Separations (ISSN 2297-8739).
Deadline for manuscript submissions: closed (31 January 2018)
Clarification of biological phenomena relies on powerful analytical methods that can cope with quantitative or qualitative analysis of a large number of endogenous compounds in very different and complex matrices. Separation is considered one of the most important analytical methods. Chromatographic methods, especially HPLC, appear to be the most common because the techniques allow for the separation of quite complicated mixtures of analytes.
In this Special issue, the contribution of original research and review articles regarding separation techniques and analytical methods with high sensitivity and selectivity, which are applied to biological fluids, are welcome.
Dr. Makoto Tsunoda
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- mass spectrometry
- biological fluids