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Behind the Science, ep. 13: SPE vs. matrix effects – battle episode!

Video   Sep 09, 2016

 

Let's get ready to cleanup! Host Jen Fournier throws down a battle episode pitting several solid-phase extraction (SPE) techniques against matrix effects for highly complex samples. We go to the wet lab where we've matched up research scientists Scott McCall and Xin Zhang. The deciding factors: robustness, minimal variability, and low matrix effects.

 
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