Literature


Results for ionKey/MS peer reviewed journal
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Peer-Reviewed literature for microflow LC-MS
Library Number: JOUR134923870 | Format: PDF | File Size: 140.32 kB | Year: 2017 | Content Type: Journal Citations

The following is a compendium of microflow LC-MS-based peer reviewed journal articles using Waters® ionKey/MS™ System.

Practical applications of integrated microfluidics for peptide quantification
Library Number: JOUR134847905 | Format: Web Page | File Size: - | Year: 2015 | Content Type: Journal Citations

...[authors] have developed an Integrated microscale LC method which reduces sample consumption while enabling single picomolar quantification for therapeutic and endogenous peptides.

A protective lipidomic biosignature associated with a balanced omega-6/omega-3 ratio in fat-1 transg...
Library Number: JOUR134795227 | Format: Web Page | File Size: - | Year: 2014 | Content Type: Journal Citations

In this study, the fat-1 transgenic mouse model was used as a proxy for long-term omega-3 supplementation to determine, in a well-controlled manner, the molecular phenotype associated with a balanced omega-6/omega-3 ratio.

The application of a new microfluidic device for the simultaneous identification and quantitation of...
Library Number: JOUR134795224 | Format: Web Page | File Size: - | Year: 2014 | Content Type: Journal Citations

Improvements in the design of low-flow highly sensitive chromatographic ion source interfaces allow the detection and characterisation of drugs and metabolites from smaller sample volumes. This in turn improves the ethical treatment of animals by reducing...

Multiplexed analysis of steroid hormones in human serum using novel microflow tile technology and LC...
Library Number: JOUR134788860 | Format: Web Page | File Size: - | Year: 2014 | Content Type: Journal Citations

A novel microfluidic chromatography device coupled with tandem mass spectrometry (LC–MS/MS) was utilized for the multiplex analysis of 5 steroids (testosterone, dihydrotestosterone, progesterone, cortisol, cortisone) in human serum.

An ultrasensitive method for the quantitation of active and inactive GLP-1 in human plasma via immun...
Library Number: JOUR134788854 | Format: Web Page | File Size: - | Year: 2014 | Content Type: Journal Citations

Measuring endogenous levels of incretin hormones, like GLP-1, is critical in the development of antidiabetic compounds. However, the assays used to measure these molecules often have analytical issues.

Antigen 85 variation across lineages of Mycobacterium tuberculosis—Implications for vaccine and biom...
Library Number: JOUR134788839 | Format: Web Page | File Size: - | Year: 2014 | Content Type: Journal Citations

Mycobacterium tuberculosis secretes several hundred proteins; many of which elicit immune responses. As a result, many of these proteins have been explored for their potential as diagnostic and vaccine candidates.

High-Throughput Bioaffinity Mass Spectrometry for Screening and Identification of Designer Anabolic ...
Library Number: JOUR134788819 | Format: Web Page | File Size: - | Year: 2014 | Content Type: Journal Citations

A generic high-throughput bioaffinity liquid chromatography-mass spectrometry (BioMS) approach was developed and applied for the screening and identification of known and unknown recombinant human sex hormone-binding globulin (rhSHBG)-binding designer ste...

Quantification of Tau in Cerebrospinal Fluid by Immunoaffinity Enrichment and Tandem Mass Spectromet...
Library Number: JOUR134788837 | Format: Web Page | File Size: - | Year: 2014 | Content Type: Journal Citations

Cerebrospinal fluid (CSF) is a common biomarker for Alzheimer disease (AD). Measurements of tau have historically been performed using immunoassays. Given the molecular diversity of tau in CSF, the selectivity of these immunoassays has often been question...

Measurement of apo(a) kinetics in human subjects using a microfluidic device with tandem mass spectr...
Library Number: JOUR134788856 | Format: Web Page | File Size: - | Year: 2014 | Content Type: Journal Citations

Apolipoprotein(a) [apo(a)] is the defining protein component of lipoprotein(a) [Lp(a)], an independent risk factor for cardiovascular disease. The regulation of Lp(a) levels in blood is poorly understood in part due to technical challenges in measuring Lp...