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UCT Releases Two New Timely Toxicological Applications!

UCT has recently published two new application notes described below. View the full details by accessing the associated links!   Release 1: Analysis of Chloroquine, Hydroxychloroquine and Desethylchloroquine in Urine Using SPE and LC-MS/MS –  Since the outbreak of the...

UCT Clean Screen® DAU Sorbent the Go-to for Post Mortem Skeleton Analysis

The main aims of postmortem toxicological analysis are to determine the presence of possible substances in the corpses and their role in the cause of death. For that, conventional matrices typically used are blood, pericardial fluid, vitreous humor and urine,...

UCT QuEChERS Sorbents Cited in Mycotoxin Analysis Article

UCT QuEChERS Sorbents Cited in Mycotoxin Analysis Article Oats (Avena sativa) are a type of cereal belonging to the Poaceae grass family of plants. Although traditionally used for animal feed, the beneficial nutritional and physiological effects of oat products have...

UCT’s Trichlorosilane Integral in Antibody Success Evaluation in Model Viral Agent, Murine Coronavirus

Identifying antibodies (Abs) that neutralize infectious agents is the first step for developing therapeutics, vaccines, and diagnostic tools for infectious agents. However, current approaches for identifying neutralizing Abs (nAbs) typically rely on dilution-based assays that are costly, inefficient, and only...

UCT’s Clean Screen® ETG Columns Top Performer for Nerve Agents in Bone Analysis

In a recently published paper in the Journal of Analytical Toxicology (Katie M Rubin, Bruce A Goldberger, Timothy J Garrett, Detection of Chemical Weapon Nerve Agents in Bone by Liquid Chromatography–Mass Spectrometry, Journal of Analytical Toxicology, Volume 44, Issue 4,...

UCT’s XtrackT® C18 Cartridges Featured in Non-steroidal Anti-inflammatory Drug Analysis in Equine Urine for Doping Control

Nonsteroidal anti-inflammatory drugs (NSAIDs) are commonly implemented in the treatment of inflammation, pain and fever when used in therapeutic doses in human and veterinary medicine. The use of NSAIDs in racehorses is tightly regulated because of their ability to influence...