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Analytical Tools & Resources for Drug Metabolism
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Analytical Tools & Resources for Drug Metabolism – Learn More Today!
     
Thermo Scientific brings industry-leading mass spectrometry systems & application-based intuitive software to you that provide sensitive and reliable quantitative and qualitative analysis of complex samples in both research and routine applications. Our workflow tools address the following applications to empower & accelerate your drug discovery process:

Automated Quan/Qual Metabolic Screening workflow solutions provide early pharmaceutical discovery with rapid stability and early metabolic soft spot data.
Definitive Biotransformation Studies workflow solutions enable you to overcome even your most difficult metabolite identification & structural elucidation challenges.
Tissue Imaging workflow tools offer a complementary approach to the critical question of drug and metabolite localization within tissue and its relation to PK/PD (pharmacokinetics/pharmacodynamics) & TK (toxicokinetics).
Toxicology Workflow Tools accelerate detection of potential reactive species early in the drug discovery process.

›Make Bold Progress in Drug Metabolism!

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Would you like a our technical experts to call you for any questions you may have, offer you a product demo or a quote, please email us at analyze@thermofisher.com

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