• Simply Progress to Online SPE


Simply Progress to Online SPE

Apr 09 2008

Assay performance and throughput have always been a major parameter in the analytical laboratory.
The use of increasingly sensitive Mass Spectrometers has enabled labs to reach status quo. With the MS considered as standard equipment, further progress can only be achieved with novel front-end technologies.

Online SPE by Spark Holland is recognised as the answer to achieve further progress, however in many cases the day-to-day work pressure obstructs a neutral view on the advantages that online SPE may have on the lab workflow in general and more specifically on the quality of the assay such as increased sensitivity, selectivity and robustness.

Surprisingly this obstruction is crumbling now that more technological solutions such as UPLC and UFLC are being introduced and labs are more
or less forced to review these developments. Although it is generally the vicious circle that prevents labs to commit to any change, also a certain hesitation towards what is seen as an increased electronic control of an otherwise relatively simple process seems to hold back.
With the introduction over the last 5 years of fully automated systems
that have been specifically designed for ease of use, this hesitation is no longer really justified. The Symbiosis online SPE Systems processes multiple batches/assays fast and reliably, with the highest analytical performance, fully unattended. It also has all the tools to perform method development using a systematic approach which generates a working online SPE method in just a few days.

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