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Venous Blood vs. Capillary Blood 
Review data comparing outcomes of drawing blood from a vein or fingerstick in both dried and wet forms. Download

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Therapeutic Drug Monitoring and Microsampling 
Dried blood microsampling enables remote specimen collection for tracking medication adherence.  Download

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Microsampling Application in Pediatrics
Neonates and children benefit from small volume specimens easily collected from heel or finger.  Download

illustration of a mouse, lab rat with a blood drop over it - click to download a collection of papers that show the benefits of applying VAMS blood sampling in preclinical studies

In-Vivo PK Animal Testing with 10 µL Specimens

Reduce number of animals required for studies, with lower costs, and improved data quality. Download

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Monitoring IGF-1 with The Mitra Microsampler
Mitra device specimens are compatible with clinical analyzers and correlate to wet references. Download

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At-Home Assay for Tacrolimus Monitoring
There is potential for remote collections to improve patient experience and reduce health costs. Download