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Dried blood spot sampling is a valuable alternative to storing liquid blood. A GERSTEL team created an automated way to simplify blood spot analysis.
Here’s a review of new food safety rules imposed by the FDA, and how they might affect your lab.
Liquid-liquid extractions have usually been performed manually. But now your autosampler can do your extractions for you before sample injection.
SPME is a simple, fast and green technique for sample collection and separation. Learn about SPME and its newest applications from the technique’s inventor.
Identifying DDT and other hydrophobic organic contaminants is important for analyzing sediments. New SPME techniques offer more precise, cheaper analysis.
Extracts can leave matrix residues in GC liners, complicating results. The new MPS Robotic automates liner exchange, improving analytic results.
GERSTEL’s new MPS Robotic represents the latest, most versatile in autosampler technology, with advanced software that simplifies sample preparation.
Leachables from medical implants are hazardous if they enter the blood. A new SBSE method detects leachables even at very low concentrations.
Automating analysis of phthalates can make consumer product monitoring easier, with no hazardous solvents and reduced hands-on time.