Chromatography–Mass Spectrometry Analysis in Biomedical Research and Clinical Laboratory
It is recognized that chromatography–mass spectrometry introduced a revolution in biomedical research, offering specificity and sensitivity superior to that of other analytical techniques. It is currently an intensively developing scientific field that comprises the development and application of new methods using state-of-the-art equipment. The present Topic aims to cover the latest research trends and achievements of chromatography–mass spectrometry in biomedical, clinical, and pharmacological research by highlighting novel applications and novel approaches in sample treatment and instrumental analysis. Researchers working on all aspects of basic research and applications in biomedical and clinical sciences are cordially invited to contribute a research or review article in this Topic.
Dr. Constantinos K. Zacharis
Dr. Andreas Tsakalof
- chromatography–mass spectrometry in biomedical research
- biomarkers of disease
- biomarkers of exposure
- omics research: metabolomics, volatolomics, lipidomics, proteomics
- drugs development
- therapeutic drug monitoring
- biosample preparation
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Journal of Clinical Medicine
International Journal of Molecular Sciences
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