In the US, use of the Mitra device is limited to research and non-diagnostic applications. In many countries outside the US, the Mitra device can be used as a sample collection device for clinical diagnostic applications, as referenced in some content.
by James Rudge, PhD, Technical Director, Neoteryx | 5 min read
An article published in the September 2021 issue of the Journal of Pharmaceutical and Biomedical Analysis, reported on the use of dried urine samples for the measurement of banned peptide hormones in athletes. The paper, …Read Story
by Neoteryx | 2 min read
When people think of urine collection for urine testing, they think of the traditional “pee-in-a-cup” method. Urine is used in measuring adrenal and sex steroid hormone by-products and their metabolic …Read Story
by Neoteryx | 3 min read
Urinalysis has long been a staple sampling approach in toxicology research and drug screening, but conventional urine sample collection leaves much to be desired. The ‘pee-in-a-cup’ method is not only …Read Story