microsampling

microsampling

(mī′krō-sam″pling) [ micro- + sampling]
Performing a laboratory analysis on a very small amount of blood or tissue.
microsample (mī′krō-sam″pĕl)
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Contract notice: safety lancets and microsampling equipment
Providing many benefits to models and developers alike, microsampling is a trend that won't be going away any time soon.
Newer microsampling technologies are designed to collect quantitative, volumetrically accurate specimens.
Tooth enamel biomineralization in extant horses: Implications for isotopic microsampling. Palaeogeography, Palaeoclimatology, Palaeoecology 206(3-4):355-365.
Interest in microsampling has been driven, in part, by the development of sophisticated computer software programs and methodological platforms for improved qualitative and quantitative analysis (10-13).
A new method of dentine microsampling of deciduous teeth for stable isotope ratio analysis.
Technological improvements on mass spectrometer and microsampling devices allow researchers to collect and analyse small amounts of sample (few micrograms of sample, containing nanograms of Sr) with no loss of precision in the isotopic determination.
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"Point of care" blood testing using microsampling techniques to determine TSB may be a viable alternative [13].
With the advent of genomic medicine (5-7) and rapid microsampling of tissues or fluids, (8, 9) the focus of medical practice is moving toward data analysis.