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Unsere Forschungsprojekte umfassen die Zusammenarbeit mit externen Fremdfirmen, Start-ups, Universitäten, Kliniken und anderen Fachhochschulen als auch interne, gruppenübergreifende Projekte sowie gemeinsame Projekte mit unseren Studenten. Dabei bearbeiten wir Themen aus Bereichen wie:

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Biomarker analysis in dried blood spots

A new cost effective technique as an alternative method of sampling bio fluids.

zu Biomarker analysis in dried blood spots

Fully automatized newborn screening foracylcarnitines, amino acids and steroids by LC-MS

A more secure and efficient screening technique for foracylcarnitines, amino acids and steroids in newborns.

zu Fully automatized newborn screening foracylcarnitines, amino acids and steroids by LC-MS

LC-MS/MS Profiling of Flavonoid Composition and Assessment of Antioxidant Capacity of twenty four different Bamboo Species

Researching organically cultivated bamboo species for their antioxdiant capacities.

zu LC-MS/MS Profiling of Flavonoid Composition and Assessment of Antioxidant Capacity of twenty four different Bamboo Species

Bioavailability of phytopharmaceutical formulation

Analysing one of the active principles in Echinacea purpurea preparations using a less invasive method than venipuncture.

zu Bioavailability of phytopharmaceutical formulation

Minimizing Carry-over for High Throughput Analysis

In this study a strategy to minimize carry-over for HT-analysis was developed by a research team from the School of Life Sciences FHNW and CTC Analytics.

zu Minimizing Carry-over for High Throughput Analysis

Synergy of metabolic profiling, pharmacological testing and process engineering enables inauguration of a bamboo pilot plant extraction unit in Fuijan, China

The application of high-end analytical technologies for exact characterization of the plant material achieves great synergy in combination with pharmacology ...

zu Synergy of metabolic profiling, pharmacological testing and process engineering enables inauguration of a bamboo pilot plant extraction unit in Fuijan, China
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Institut für Chemie und Bioanalytik

Hochschule für Life Sciences FHNW Gründenstrasse 40 CH-4132 Muttenz
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