Comparison of the CMVX-7100 Micro-Volume Workstation
Comparison of the CETAC MVX-7100 Micro-Volume Workstation with an Established Laboratory Method for the Assessment of Lead, Mercury, and Arsenic in Human Whole Blood.
Conventional autosamplers used in clinical ICP-MS are largely based on the needs of non-clinical environments. Their disadvantages are numerous and include high sample volume consumption, large dead volumes resulting in wasted sample, and the inability to integrate easily with high throughput formats such as 96 and 384 well plates. Further, use of a low-volume autosampler allows for a reduction in reagents translating into an overall reduction in costs.