By using LC-MS/MS technology, we discovered an improvement in analytical performance over traditional methods and identification of alterations in the concentrations of relevant compounds.
This webinar will discuss how aldosterone and plasma renin activity can be performed using a streamlined sample-prep followed by LC-MS/MS, the capability of co-measuring plasma cortisol, and the numerous benefits of LC-MS/MS.
Attend this webinar to discover how to:
Recognize the aspects of LC-MS/MS method development and validation necessary to achieve accurate results for aldosterone, plasma renin, and cortisol measurement.
Identify the improved analytical performance of LC-MS/MS technology for the measurement of aldosterone, plasma renin activity, and cortisol.
Recall the sensitivity requirements for LC-MS/MS to accurately measure aldosterone, plasma renin activity, and cortisol.
Dr Daniel Holmes Division Head, Clinical Chemistry and Assistant Head, Department of Pathology and Laboratory Medicine
St. Paul’s Hospital, Vancouver, BC Canada
Karla Gonye, MBA Global Director, Product Marketing, SCIEX Clinical