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Sheath-flow probe electrospray ionization (sfPESI) mass spectrometry for the rapid forensic analysis of human body fluids

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Abstract

Sheath-flow probe electrospray ionisation (sfPESI) has for the first time been applied to the analysis of both fresh and dried human blood, saliva and urine. sfPESI enables the in situ sampling of biological materials with no sample preparation, demonstrating a promising technique for the rapid analysis and identification of body fluids of forensic interest.

Graphical abstract: Sheath-flow probe electrospray ionization (sfPESI) mass spectrometry for the rapid forensic analysis of human body fluids

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Submitted
03 Apr 2019
Accepted
24 May 2019
First published
09 Jul 2019

This article is Open Access

Anal. Methods, 2019,11, 3633-3640
Article type
Communication

Sheath-flow probe electrospray ionization (sfPESI) mass spectrometry for the rapid forensic analysis of human body fluids

S. Rankin-Turner, S. Ninomiya, J. C. Reynolds and K. Hiraoka, Anal. Methods, 2019, 11, 3633
DOI: 10.1039/C9AY00698B

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