bioanalytical assay


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bioanalytical assay

A generic term any method used to quantify a drug, drug metabolites or chemicals in a biological fluid.
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The mobile application allows customers to search the firm's more than 1,000 bioanalytical assays from an iPhone, iPad, or Android Smartphone.
Importance of using highly pure internal standards for successful liquid chromatography/tandem mass spectrometric bioanalytical assays. J Agric Food Chem 2009;23:1287-97.
Wakunaga will develop and validate animal models of various cancers using standard-of-care treatments, as well as develop and validate bioanalytical assays. At this point, the in vivo therapeutic potential of the two sets of monoclonals will be evaluated by Wakunaga.
"This development permits SGS to leverage the bioanalytical testing expertise from the laboratoiy in Poitiers, France, where SGS has more than 700 validated bioanalytical assays to date," added Anne Hays, executive vice president, Life Science Services.