Alternative Matrices in Forensic Toxicology

Journal Articles and Applications using Alternative Matrices in Forensic Toxicology

We searched the database of articles in the Journal of Analytical Toxicology to find references that use XTR tips for solid phase extraction with these other alternative matrices.

Some article mentions the use of “Disposable Pipette Extraction” which has rebranded to be known as Dispersive Pipette XTRaction. Read the article on the rebrand. 

Dr. William Brewer, founder and CEO of DPX Technologies, recently participated in an expert led panel discussion on alternative matrices in forensic toxicology. His portion of the discussion focused on oral fluid extraction for drugs of abuse testing. When working with oral fluid, sample preparation is required in order to minimize matrix effects due to both saliva and collection device buffer in oral fluid samples prior to LC-MS/MS analysis. Multi-step SPE column preparation and multiple extractions add to turn-around-time creating a bottle-neck in sample throughput for laboratories. To address these SPE limitations we have developed fast methods for comprehensive analysis of oral fluid samples using Dispersive Pipette XTRaction technology. We have an article that outlines our method development approach for oral fluid extraction.

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