Special Issue "Biological Sample Analysis by Liquid Chromatography"
Deadline for manuscript submissions: closed (30 April 2019).
Interests: HPLC; fluorescence; chemiluminescence; microfluidics
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The analysis of biological compounds in biological samples such as blood plasma, urine, and tissue is essential to clarify biological phenomena. The analysis of drug and its metabolites after in-vivo administration is also important. 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 a quite complicated mixtures of analytes.
In this Special Issue, the contribution of original research and review articles regarding separation techniques using liquid chromatography, which is applied to biological fluids, are welcome.
Dr. Makoto Tsunoda
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- sample preparation
- mass spectrometry