Handbook of Analytical Therapeutic Drug Monitoring and Toxicology
Adapting modern advances in analytical techniques to daily laboratory practices challenges many toxicologists, clinical laboratories, and pharmaceutical scientists. The Handbook of Analytical Therapeutic Drug Monitoring and Toxicology helps you keep abreast of the innovative changes that can make your laboratory - and the studies undertaken in it - a success. This volume simplifies your search for appropriate techniques, describes recent contributions from leading investigators, and provides valuable evaluations and advice.
Discover how to use non-invasively obtained specimens to your best advantage
The text features alternative biological specimens such as hair, meconium, saliva, sweat, and vitreous humor, which are not extensively used because they require more sensitive procedures than other biological specimens. How to overcome these limitations is a major topic of the handbook. Experts describe basic principles of innovative techniques and detail how they can be adapted to analyzing alternative biological specimens.
The evaluations of the pros and cons of various advances in immunodiagnostics and how they apply to analytes will help you determine their suitability to your own laboratory. The Handbook of Analytical Therapeutic Drug Monitoring and Toxicology helps you make the most of innovative procedures that will open the doors to productive laboratory practices.
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Handbook of Analytical Therapeutic Drug Monitoring and Toxicology (1996)
Steven H.Y. Wong,Irving Sunshine
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