Mass spectrometry in laboratory medicine: When "high-tech" meets routine needs.

Abstract

Accessibility to liquid chromatography coupled tomass spectrometry (LC-MS) as analytical for biological analysis increased in the 1990s, to emerge in clinical laboratories at the beginning of the 21st Century. It had soon become evident that this technology had several advantages over the HPLC and GC-MS techniques. Samples extraction and pretreatment were… (More)
DOI: 10.1016/j.clinbiochem.2010.10.001

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@article{Wallemacq2011MassSI, title={Mass spectrometry in laboratory medicine: When "high-tech" meets routine needs.}, author={P. Pierre Wallemacq}, journal={Clinical biochemistry}, year={2011}, volume={44 1}, pages={2-3} }