Vancomycin Single Analyte Assay
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Metabolomics reveals biological insights otherwise unseen. For a successful metabolomics study, both small molecule discovery and the ability to dig deeper into specific biomarkers of interest are needed to uncover actionable insights that propel new therapeutic developments. A specific combination of liquid chromatography-mass spectrometry (LC-MS) technology and expertise is required to identify these biomarkers of interest and develop assays that are sensitive enough to explore them fully.
At Metabolon, we understand the crucial role vancomycin plays in infection and inflammation, and we’ve established best-in-class expertise for its detection. This assay can be used to track vancomycin and enhance biological understanding across preclinical and clinical research.
Vancomycin Single Analyte Assay Details
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LC-MS/MS (Agilent 1290 UHPLC/Sciex QTrap 5500)
|Sample Type and Required Amounts|
|Sample Type||Sample Requirements|
|Feces||200 to 500 mg (wet weight)|
Disclaimer: This method is for Research Use Only and is not to be used for diagnostic purposes.
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Our readily available or custom developed quantitative assays help you achieve your research and biomarker validation objectives with precise and fully validated methods. Our targeted assays and panels cover >1,000 metabolites and lipids across a wide range of biochemical classes, metabolic pathways, and physiological processes, and they can be customized to best fit any application.
Vancomycin Single Analyte Assay Applications
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