analytes extracted from Mitra® devices

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illustration of RX bottle therapeutic drugs detected with Mitra dry-blood microsamples

Therapeutic Drugs

illustration of illicit drugs detected with Mitra dry-blood microsamples

Illicit Drugs

illustration of human organs used for transpalnts detected with Mitra dry-blood microsamples

Immunosuppressants

pills with a leaf denoting natural supplements - using Mitra to detected supplements

Supplements

illustration of proteins / peptides detected with Mitra dry-blood microsamples

Proteins | Peptides

illustration of vitamin pills detected with Mitra dry-blood microsamples

Vitamins

illustration of hormones / steroids detected with Mitra dry-blood microsamples

Hormones | Steroids

illustration of cytotoxins detected with Mitra dry-blood microsamples

Cytotoxins

illustration of metals detected with Mitra dry-blood microsamples

Metals

illustration of DNA / RNA detected with Mitra dry-blood microsamples

DNA / RNA

Is Your Analyte Compatible With Microsampling?

Most likely, it is! More than ninety references prove that a wide range of analytes can be extracted from the Mitra® microsampler, including small and large drug molecules, nucleic acids, metals, and many more. 

Third parties substantiate the benefits and utility of microsampling in applications such as patient monitoring, infectious disease research, and remote specimen collection.

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Download this complete guide to compounds extracted from specimens collected with Mitra® microsampling devices, driven by Volumetric Absorptive Microsampling (VAMS™) technology from Neoteryx.