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Sample Preparation

Microlute® CP

Jun 06 2023

Microlute® CP takes solid phase extraction (SPE) to a new level of performance by improving the reproducibility of analyte extraction and recovery from biological, environmental and chemical samples. Unlike traditional loose-filled SPE methods, Microlute® CP uses a hybrid structure, a solid interconnected network of evenly distributed pores combined with the retentive media. This design enhances the flow-through of samples to maximise interactions between analytes and the solid phase to deliver a reproducible SPE method that excels in performance, cleanliness and sensitivity.

  • Phases: Reversed Phase (RP), Strong Cation Exchange (SCX), Strong Anion Exchange (SAX), Weak Cation Exchange (WCX), Weak Anion Exchange (WAX)
  • Formats: 96 well microplates
  • Bed Weight: 30 mg/well
  • Analysis: UHPLC, HPLC, GC, LCMS, GCMS
  • Applications: Drugs of abuse detection, metabolite analysis, food analysis

Market Leading Reproducibility

Less than 4% RSD for consistent analyte recovery from samples, from well-to-well and batch-to-batch first time and every time. High-throughput studies will benefit from a reproducible, high performing sample preparation workflow.

The goal of any SPE or sample preparation method development is to get sufficient analyte recovery and removal of contaminating compounds that may cause interference or reduce sensitivity. Reproducibility of the method is however a more important consideration. Sample to sample, day to

day, month to month, a reproducible method will provide enhanced confidence in results and lower the need for duplication. Microlute™ CP has technology has a leading design that reduces the variability seen in standard SPE product ranges and guarantees the highest level of sample reproducibility available.

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