ABC Presents This Week at Princeton University: The Use of Stable Isotope Labelled Analogs in Analysis of Complex Environmental Samples
Columbia, Missouri – 06/09/15 Complex, multi-analyte methods typically are based upon mass spectral detection (in this case NCI-MS) as the determinative step. But these analyses are often confounded by sample co-extractive matrix effects, which can lead to enhancement or suppression in detector response, especially after injection of “dirty” sample extracts. In conjunction with their work with the Pyrethroid Working Group, ABC Laboratories investigators have successfully employed stable isotope analogue standards to normalize these effects as well as provide surrogates for multi-analyte sample analyses.
ABC Senior Director of Residue Chemistry, Kevin Clark, will expand on this important topic at the 12th International Symposium on the Synthesis and Application of Isotopically Labelled Compounds on the campus of Princeton University Wednesday, June 10 at 11:30 AM.
For additional information, contact Kristein King at 573-777-6209.