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Tomorrow’s quantitation: increased robustness for quantitation of immunosuppressant drugs in blood with the TSQ Fortis MS for clinical research

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Development of a robust, reliable, and reproducible workflow solution for the analysis and quantitation of immunosuppressant drugs in blood for clinical research using triple quadrupole mass spectrometry coupled with ultra-high performing liquid chromatography.

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