High Recovery Extraction of Analytes from Biological Fluids

publication date: Sep 26, 2017
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author/source: Porvair Sciences Limited
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microplate from Porvair Sciences

The 96-well Supported Liquid Extraction (SLE) microplate from Porvair Sciences is designed for routine, high recovery extraction of analytes from biological fluids.  

High analyte recovery, free of proteins and phospholipids, is routinely obtainable without the need for offline steps such as protein precipitation using this new plate. The large pore size and high pore volume of the diatomaceous earth inert support in the SLE microplate, combined with a wide working range (pH 1-13), allows the routine separation of viscous aqueous solutions such as blood, plasma and serum. Demonstrating high recovery rates for small polar and non-polar compounds the Porvair SLE plate provides the perfect sample clean-up device for physiological fluids prior to analysis by LC/MS.


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