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Inventi Rapid - Biomedical Analysis

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    Quarterly published in print and online ‘Inventi Rapid/Impact: Biomedical Analysis’ publishes high quality unpublished as well as high impact pre-published research and reviews catering to the needs of researchers and professionals. It focuses on biomedical analytical techniques including method development, instrumentation, computation and interpretation from academic, clinical and industrial perspectives. The journal accepts papers related to analytical aspects of traditional folk medicines, drug purity and stability studies, pharmacokinetics, therapeutic monitoring, metabolic profiling, analytical biochemistry, forensic toxicology and quality assurance.

  • ANALYSIS OF EXTRACELLULAR FLUID USING MICRODIALYSIS TECHNIQUE
    Ojas Agrawal, Tanaya Bansod    Download Full Text

    Microdialysis is a new bio-analytical technique. The probe is a sampling device, which includes a semi-permeable membrane introduced into the liquid, solid or semi-solid medium to be studied. Sampling typically is done from the interstitial space to collect small-molecular weight substances. In addition to being minimally invasive, continuous monitoring of free, unbound fraction of drug is poss...

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  • SEROPREVALANCE OF BRUCELLOSIS IN ANIMALS IN KRISHNA DISTRICT OF ANDHRA PRADESH
    K Jayakanth, C H Sudha Rani Chowdary, J Jaya Lakshmi, C S V Satish Kumar, K Sireesha    Download Full Text

    Brucellosis is most important of all the zoonotic diseases affecting humans and animals. The diagnosis of brucellosis and subsequent culling of the animal from the flock is very essential so as to prevent the contamination of the herd or farm. A study was conducted to identify the seroprevalance of brucellosis in Krishna district in which different sera samples from bovines, caprines and porcines ...

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  • METHOD DEVELOPMENT AND METHOD VALIDATION OF BROMOCRIPTINE USING LIQUID CHROMATOGRAPHY-MASS SPECTROMETRY IN HUMAN PLASMA
    M Srinivasa Reddy*, I Mrutyunjaya Rao, N Someswara, M Anji Babu, N Sai Kiranmai    Download Full Text

    A new, rapid, simple and highly selective liquid chromatography/tandem mass spectrometry (LC/MS/MS) was developed and evaluated to determine the concentration of bromocriptine in human plasma. The method of extraction of drug is done by solid phase extraction using strata-X 33µ polymeric reverse phase cartridges. The drug and internal standard Quetiapine Hemifumarate, were separated on Gemini C18...

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