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Capillary MIcrosampling
The desire to reduce blood sampling volumes in bioanalysis has been driven by several factors in recent years; in particular, the need to minimise the number of animals used in toxicology studies and the need for clinical investigators to minimise blood sampling volumes, particularly for paediatric studies. These pressures combined with advancements in LC-MS/MS instrument sensitivity, have led to the development of dried blood spot (DBS) and capillary microsampling (CMS) as potential alternatives to the conventional liquid blood/plasma approach in bioanalysis.
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