Liquid chromatography tandem mass spectrometry for analysis of steroids in clinical laboratories

The 1970s brought about many developments in hardware and instrumentation. Researchers began using pumps and injectors to make a rudimentary design of an HPLC system. [6] Gas amplifier pumps were ideal because they operated at constant pressure and did not require leak free seals or check valves for steady flow and good quantitation. [4] Hardware milestones were made at Dupont IPD (Industrial Polymers Division) such as a low-dwell-volume gradient device being utilized as well as replacing the septum injector with a loop injection valve. [4]

Liquid chromatography tandem mass spectrometry for analysis of steroids in clinical laboratories

liquid chromatography tandem mass spectrometry for analysis of steroids in clinical laboratories

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