Bioanalytische Festphasenextraktion: Ein Klassiker in einem neuen, massgeschneiderten Gewand
Bioanalytical solid-phase extraction: A classic in a new, tailor-made garment
Keywords:Molecular imprinted polymers (mip), Restricted access materials (ram), Solid-phase extraction (spe)
AbstractIn bioanalytical HPLC, optimization of sample pretreatment should be directed towards improved selectivity, high sample through-put and total automation with simultaneous cost-reduction and improvment of the analytical quality. These requirements can be accomplished by integrating the extractive sample clean-up process (Solid-Phase Extraction; SPE) into the HPLC-system. For this purpose, tailor-made adsorbents (Restricted Access Materials, RAM; Molecular Imprinted Polymers, MIP) are used as precolumn packings.
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K.-S. Boos, C. T. Fleischer, Chimia 2001, 55, 42, DOI: 10.2533/chimia.2001.42.
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