Vitamin D is commonly used as a health indicator. A recent publication in Journal of Nutritional Biochemistry presents new reference values for vitamin D metabolites in healthy individuals, and potential implications for a specific genetic disorder.
The researchers performed the sample preparation on a Biotage® Extrahera™ sample processor and ISOLUTE® SLE+ 400 μL plates. The authors also extended their gratitude to Sung Baek and Lee Williams at Biotage RnD for their valuable advice on SLE+ extraction, and primary author Jonathan C.Y. Tanga at University of East Anglia commented: "The guidance I have received from you have certainly contributed to the success of this project."
New Method for Analysis of Environmental Pesticides in Water
"I Was Surprised that Everything Worked So Well". A Researcher on Moving to Automated Sample Prep
Notice of Discontinuation of Biotage® SNAP Flash Columns
New Biotage® VacMaster™ Disk - Vacuum Extraction with Rugged Versatility
Extract THC and its Metabolites from Human Hair - New Application Note