Special Clinical Chemistry GC-GC/MS

Here, with the expression “Special Clinical Chemistry”, we refer to the analysis of endogenous molecules in body fluids. Blood and urine are the most commonly tested matrices for the determination and quantification of different compounds, like glucose, lipids, proteins, hormones, enzymes and many others. For this aim, several techniques, such as spectrophotometry, immunoassays, and electrophoresis are available. Eureka kits are ready to use kits applied to chromatographic analytical techniques by using several matrices such as urine, plasma, serum, whole blood.
Some of the molecules that need to be analyzed are steroid hormones because any increase or decrease of their level can be the consequence of impaired functioning of endocrine glands. Another important molecule whose plasmatic concentration needs to be monitored is Vitamin D. The monitoring of homocysteine is also essential because it plays a role in the development of cardiovascular disease (Ref Ganguly 2015).

Eureka kits represent a valid tool to analyze and quantify endogenous molecules with accuracy, reproducibility, specificity and with a short run of the chromatographic method.


Differentiated Fatty Acids in plasma by detector MS (100 tests)
(Myristic Acid C14:0, Palmitic Acid C16:0, Stearic Acid C18:0, Oleic Acid C18:1-cis(omega 9),Linoleic Acid C18:2-cis (omega 6), alfa-Linolenic Acid C18:3(omega 3), gamma-Linolenic Acid C18:3(omega 6), di-homogammalinolenic Acid C20:3(omega 6), Arachidonic Acid C20:4(omega 6), DHA C22:6(omega 3), EPA C20:5(omega 3), Elaidic Acid C18:1- trans(omega 9), Linoleaidic Acid C18:2-trans(omega 6), Palmitoleic Acid C16:1(omega 7))


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