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by James Rudge, PhD, Technical Director, Neoteryx | 5 min read

An article published by Mirjana Radovanovic et al from multiple institutions in Australia, in the January 2022 issue of the Journal of Chromatography B, reported on the development and validation …

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by Neoteryx | 2 min read

In 2008, James Rudge, PhD, got the idea to invent a medical device for specimen collection that would be an advance on the dried blood spot (DBS) filter cards already …

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by Guest Contributor | 5 min read

A unique course at Ghent University in Belgium educates undergraduate pharmacy students on how to apply microsampling in the field of bioanalysis. This blog from Ghent University faculty Members describes …

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by Neoteryx | 4 min read

If you are a researcher seeking to learn more about microsampling and how it works, you can find many resources to help you on the Neoteryx website. Are you wondering …

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by James Rudge, PhD, Technical Director, Neoteryx | 5 min read

An analytical validation comparing plasma/serum to dried blood. An article first published on July 1, 2020 in the Annals of Clinical Biochemistry by David J Marshall et al from the clinical biochemistry department at Wythenshawe Hospital (South Manchester, UK) …

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by Neoteryx | 2 min read

Using dried microsamples collected through fingerstick sampling for research studies can often replace the traditional practice of using venipuncture to collect liquid blood samples in vials. Dried specimen microsampling reduces …

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