bioanalysis

LC-MS in testing of drugs of abuse

According to national statistics published by the government, between April 2020 and March 2021, 275,896 adults came into contact with drug and alcohol services (1). Testing for drugs of abuse can be  used to a) discover drug abuse; b) monitor someone who has a substance abuse problem; c) detect drug intoxication and d) determine the […]

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WHAT IT’S LIKED TO BE TRAINED AT THE BIO ANALYSIS CENTRE.

Alongside analytical services we also provide training courses on Shimadzu Nexera XP HPLC and Shimadzu LCMS-8040, these include: 3 day HPLC analysis 5 day LCMS analysis 1 day HPLC refresher course 1 day general laboratory skills To get an understanding of the benefits of our courses, we asked those who had been previously trained questions […]

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WHAT CAN WE DO FOR YOU?

Here at the Bio Analysis Centre we have the capability to run samples through our UHPLC (Ultra High Performance Liquid Chromatograph) or LCMS (Liquid Chromatograph Mass Spectrometer). Shimadzu (1), the manufacture of the machinery, ran a Multiple Residue Analysis of 210 Pesticides in Food Samples by Triple Quadrupole UHPLC – MS/MS.   Pesticide residue on […]

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Atypical Myopathy Testing Now Available (In Conjunction With the Royal Veterinary College)

  The Royal Veterinary College (RVC) and the Bio-Analysis Centre are now conducting testing for atypical myopathy as part of the RVC’s work towards improved treatments and management of this disorder, and to enhance the welfare of affected horses. Atypical myopathy of horses is a severe and life threatening equine muscle disorder that is caused […]

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