Forensic labs are validating new biological matrices to make sample collection and testing more convenient and reliable than ever. Among the advances are less invasive collection (without the need for medical personnel), and roadside or immediate sampling—all while maintaining sample integrity and chain of custody.
Cutting edge analytical technology has allowed forensic toxicologists to reliably identify and quantify drugs of abuse in alternative matrices such as oral fluid and exhaled breath. Both of these matrices show promise for addressing the complications of traditional sample collection, provide reliable and accurate results, and benefit from improved MS technology such as high-resolution accurate mass (HRAM) Orbitrap MS and the latest tandem MS (MS/MS).
Discover tomorrow’s drugs today with high-resolution Orbitrap mass spectrometry, routinely selected first by researchers.
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Exhaled breath is an attractive biomatrix for forensic toxicology. Learn how a novel approach with triple quadrupole mass spectrometry made it easier.
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