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Diagnostics Screening and monitoring, Clinical care

Five Reasons to implement LC-MS platforms for your laboratory developed tests

Technological advancements in Liquid Chromatography (LC) coupled to Mass Spectrometry (MS) technology, especially in the last decade, have opened several options to leverage this technology in the clinical diagnostic laboratory arena. Hence, from the analysis of acylcarnitines and amino acids in neonatal blood spots during the early 90s, LC-MS technology is now being used for other applications, such as endocrinology, toxicology, pharmacology, and therapeutic drug monitoring. However, it is still far from being considered as the “first choice” when it comes to deciding the technology for laboratory developed tests (LDTs).

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