Lambert Kristiansen Sørensen

Validation of an semi-automated multi component method using protein precipitation LC-MS-MS for the analysis of whole blood samples

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Validation of an semi-automated multi component method using protein precipitation LC-MS-MS for the analysis of whole blood samples. / Slots, Tina; Jensen, Brian Sonne (Member of author collaboration); Berggreen, Jesper (Member of author collaboration); Sørensen, Lambert Kristiansen (Member of author collaboration); Hasselstrøm, Jørgen Bo (Member of author collaboration).

2017. Poster session presented at 2017 Joint meeting of the Society og Forensic Toxicologists and The International Association of Forensic Toxicologists, Boca Raton, United States.

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Slots, T, Jensen, BS, Berggreen, J, Sørensen, LK & Hasselstrøm, JB 2017, 'Validation of an semi-automated multi component method using protein precipitation LC-MS-MS for the analysis of whole blood samples', 2017 Joint meeting of the Society og Forensic Toxicologists and The International Association of Forensic Toxicologists, Boca Raton, United States, 07/01/2018 - 11/01/2018.

APA

Slots, T., Jensen, B. S., Berggreen, J., Sørensen, L. K., & Hasselstrøm, J. B. (2017). Validation of an semi-automated multi component method using protein precipitation LC-MS-MS for the analysis of whole blood samples. Poster session presented at 2017 Joint meeting of the Society og Forensic Toxicologists and The International Association of Forensic Toxicologists, Boca Raton, United States.

CBE

Slots T, Jensen BS, Berggreen J, Sørensen LK, Hasselstrøm JB. 2017. Validation of an semi-automated multi component method using protein precipitation LC-MS-MS for the analysis of whole blood samples. Poster session presented at 2017 Joint meeting of the Society og Forensic Toxicologists and The International Association of Forensic Toxicologists, Boca Raton, United States.

MLA

Slots, Tina et al. Validation of an semi-automated multi component method using protein precipitation LC-MS-MS for the analysis of whole blood samples. 2017 Joint meeting of the Society og Forensic Toxicologists and The International Association of Forensic Toxicologists, 07 Jan 2018, Boca Raton, United States, Poster, 2017.

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Slots T, Jensen BS, Berggreen J, Sørensen LK, Hasselstrøm JB. Validation of an semi-automated multi component method using protein precipitation LC-MS-MS for the analysis of whole blood samples. 2017. Poster session presented at 2017 Joint meeting of the Society og Forensic Toxicologists and The International Association of Forensic Toxicologists, Boca Raton, United States.

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Slots, Tina ; Jensen, Brian Sonne ; Berggreen, Jesper ; Sørensen, Lambert Kristiansen ; Hasselstrøm, Jørgen Bo. / Validation of an semi-automated multi component method using protein precipitation LC-MS-MS for the analysis of whole blood samples. Poster session presented at 2017 Joint meeting of the Society og Forensic Toxicologists and The International Association of Forensic Toxicologists, Boca Raton, United States.

Bibtex

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title = "Validation of an semi-automated multi component method using protein precipitation LC-MS-MS for the analysis of whole blood samples",
abstract = "BACKGROUND: Solid phase extraction (SPE) are one of many multi-component methods, but can be very time-consuming and labour-intensive. Protein precipitation is, on the other hand, a much simpler and faster sample pre-treatment than SPE, and protein precipitation also has the ability to cover a wider range of components.AIM: The aim was to develop a robust semi-automated analytical method for whole blood samples based on a protein precipitation method already used in the lab (S{\o}rensen and Hasselstr{\o}m, 2013). The setup should improve the speed, robustness, and reliability of anteand post-mortem whole blood sample preparation for toxicological analysis; from the primary sample tube to a 96-deepwell plate ready for injection on the liquid chromatography massspectrometry (LC-MS/MS).",
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RIS

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AB - BACKGROUND: Solid phase extraction (SPE) are one of many multi-component methods, but can be very time-consuming and labour-intensive. Protein precipitation is, on the other hand, a much simpler and faster sample pre-treatment than SPE, and protein precipitation also has the ability to cover a wider range of components.AIM: The aim was to develop a robust semi-automated analytical method for whole blood samples based on a protein precipitation method already used in the lab (Sørensen and Hasselstrøm, 2013). The setup should improve the speed, robustness, and reliability of anteand post-mortem whole blood sample preparation for toxicological analysis; from the primary sample tube to a 96-deepwell plate ready for injection on the liquid chromatography massspectrometry (LC-MS/MS).

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