Bioanalytical Separations, Volume 4

1st Edition

Print ISBN: 9780444545145
eBook ISBN: 9780080527864
Imprint: Elsevier Science
Published Date: 3rd September 2003
Page Count: 442
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Bioanalytical Separations is volume 4 of the multi-volume series, Handbook of Analytical Separations, providing reviews of analytical separation methods and techniques used for the determination of analytes across a whole range of applications. The theme for this volume is bioanalysis, in this case specifically meaning the analysis of drugs and their metabolites in biological fluids.

Key Features

  • Discusses new developments in instrumentation and methods of analyzing drugs and their metabolites in biological fluids
  • Provides guidance to the different methods, their relative value to the user, and the advantages and pitfalls of their use
  • Future trends are identified, in terms of the potential impact of new technologies


For students, chemists, and researchers active in the field of bioanalysis.

Table of Contents

(Selected) New Developments in Integrated Sample Preparation for Bioanalysis; Techniques for Sample Preparation Using Solid-Phase Extraction; Turbulent Flow Chromatography in Bioanalysis; Chiral bioanalysis; HPLC-MS(MS) for bioanalysis in drug discovery and development; Chromatography in a Regulated Environment


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"This is a well-written and informative volume. It brings the reader up to date on a wide range of issues pertaining to separation methods in bioanalysis with special emphasis on sample preparation and LC-MS... This book should be of high value for scientists working with drug analysis in biological fluids." Alexander Nezlin, The Alchemist, February 2004.