Abstract: Sample preparation is a crucial part of the entire processes of sample analysis and detection; for example, for specific biological samples, which need to be considered for possible changes in their biological activity, the process of the whole experiment is prevented from being affected by the preparation. Especially for some trace samples, the selection of an appropriate sample preparation method will achieve twice the result with half the effort.Summary: The most appropriate sample preparation method will be selected according to test objectives based on the specificity of the sample.References: https://www.alfachemic.com/testinglab/techniques/sample-preparation-platform.html
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