PMID: 8263090Sep 22, 1993Paper

Column-switching techniques for high-performance liquid chromatography of drugs in biological samples

Journal of Chromatography
P Campíns-FalcóA Sevillano-Cabeza

Abstract

In recent years, an increasing number of publications have demonstrated the potential of column-switching techniques for the chromatographic separation, determination and preparative isolation of analytes from biological matrices. Column-switching systems greatly facilitate drug analysis, by on-line sample clean-up and trace enrichment, or by improving the analytical separative process. In this paper, the main applications of column-switching techniques to drug analysis in biological samples, are reviewed.

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Mar 18, 1994·Journal of Chromatography. B, Biomedical Applications·P Campíns-FalcóA Sevillano-Cabeza
May 5, 1995·Journal of Chromatography. B, Biomedical Applications·M M AertsU A Brinkman
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