Biotage, a supplier of tools and technology for analytical and medicinal chemistry, has introduced a new series of application notes utilizing the RapidTrace SPE Workstation.
The new applications include extractions from plasma, urine and whole blood, typically assayed in clinical and forensic protocols.
Additionally, a new soil analysis method for dioxins and furans joins the presently available Extractable Petroleum Hydrocarbon (EPH)protocols from Biotage.
Biotage product manager Anna-Karin Wihlborg said by offering solid phase extraction (SPE) methods ready for use on the RapidTrace, labs are better able to quickly achieve consistent solid phase extraction results that meet industry needs for low to high throughput applications.
"These new methods further strengthen our portfolio of support illustrate that Biotage is committed to providing the tools our customers need to achieve greater results," Wihlborg said.
The RapidTrace Workstation is the standard for efficient and reliable solid phase extraction from low to high throughput applications and by using it, upto 10 RapidTrace Modules can be controlled simultaneously by one computer allowing for a scalable solution.
The RapidTrace utilizes effortless point-and-click software allowing for simple execution of pre-loaded methods as well as easy custom method set-up and editing.