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High temporal resolution delayed analysis of clinical microdialysate streams

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Abstract

This paper presents the use of tubing to store clinical microdialysis samples for delayed analysis with high temporal resolution, offering an alternative to traditional discrete offline microdialysis sampling. Samples stored in this way were found to be stable for up to 72 days at −80 °C. Examples of how this methodology can be applied to glucose and lactate measurement in a wide range of in vivo monitoring experiments are presented. This paper presents a general model, which allows for an informed choice of tubing parameters for a given storage time and flow rate avoiding high back pressure, which would otherwise cause the microdialysis probe to leak, while maximising temporal resolution.

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The article was received on 20 Jul 2017, accepted on 19 Oct 2017 and first published on 16 Jan 2018


Article type: Paper
DOI: 10.1039/C7AN01209H
Citation: Analyst, 2018,143, 715-724
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    High temporal resolution delayed analysis of clinical microdialysate streams

    S. A. N. Gowers, K. Hamaoui, P. Cunnea, S. Anastasova, V. F. Curto, P. Vadgama, G.-Z. Yang, V. Papalois, E. M. Drakakis, C. Fotopoulou, S. G. Weber and M. G. Boutelle, Analyst, 2018, 143, 715
    DOI: 10.1039/C7AN01209H

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