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UCT 521 Enviro-Clean® 521 Sorbent Cited in Disinfection Study

Chlorine sanitizers used in washing fresh and fresh-cut produce can lead to generation of disinfection by-products (DBPs) that are harmful to human health. Monitoring of DBPs is necessary to protect food safety but comprehensive analytical methods have been lacking. In...

UCT Silane Cited in Plasmon Research Study

Ultrasensitive and selective detection and quantification of dopamine (DA) plays a key role in monitoring neurodegenerative diseases and the detection limit reported is typically in the lower nanomolar range. Pushing the detection limit to picomolar (pM) or lower for this...

XtrackT® Cited in New Psychoactive Substances Article

In a recent paper published in Drug Testing and Analysis (Richard Bade et al., (doi: 10.1002/dta.2484)), UCT’s Xtract® solid phase extraction sorbent was used to extract a diverse range of new psychoactive substances (NPS) from samples of waste water. The...

UCT Flagship Sorbent Clean Screen® DAU cited in Cardiac Study

In a recent study by Guillermo Alberto Keller et al., published in Journal of Opioid Management (http://www.wmpllc.org/ojs-2.4.2/index.php/jom), UCT’s Clean Screen® DAU was used to extract Propoxyphene (DPX)  and norpropoxyphene (NPX) from human plasma and analyzed by GC-MS. Plasma samples (500...

UCT’s DETA cited in Stem Cell Research Study

The neuromuscular junction (NMJ) involves a complex structure whose function is to convey action potentials from the motoneuron (MN) to skeletal muscle, resulting in stimulated contraction of the muscle. Studies have shown that the functionality and maintenance of neuromuscular synapses...

UCT Flagship Sorbent Cited in Khat Analysis Study

Khat (Catha edulis) is a plant containing alkaloid compounds that are structurally related to amphetamine. Khat leaves are chewed continuously and kept in the cheek for several hours. The juice produced from chewing is swallowed while the remaining khat leaf...