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      Inductively Coupled Plasma Mass Spectrometry: Introduction to Analytical Aspects

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          Inductively coupled plasma mass spectrometry (ICP-MS) is an analytical technique that can be used to measure elements at trace levels in biological fluids. Although older techniques such as atomic absorption and atomic emission are still in use by some laboratories, there has been a slow shift toward ICP-MS, particularly in the last decade. As this shift is likely to continue, clinical scientists should be aware of the analytical aspects of ICP-MS, as well as the potential for both spectroscopic and non-spectroscopic interference, and strategies that can be employed to eliminate or mitigate these issues.

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          Journal
          Clin Biochem Rev
          Clin Biochem Rev
          The Clinical Biochemist Reviews
          The Australian Association of Clinical Biochemists
          0159-8090
          1838-0212
          August 2019
          : 40
          : 3
          : 115-133
          Affiliations
          Department of Biochemistry, Sullivan Nicolaides Pathology, Brisbane, Qld 4006, Australia
          Author notes
          [* ]For correspondence: Scott Wilschefski, Scott_Wilschefski@ 123456snp.com.au
          Article
          PMC6719745 PMC6719745 6719745 cbr-40-115
          10.33176/AACB-19-00024
          6719745
          31530963
          The contents of articles or advertisements in The Clinical Biochemist – Reviews are not to be construed as official statements, evaluations or endorsements by the AACB, its official bodies or its agents. Statements of opinion in AACB publications are those of the contributors. Print Post Approved - PP255003/01665. Copyright © 2005 The Australasian Association of Clinical Biochemists Inc. No literary matter in The Clinical Biochemist – Reviews is to be reproduced, stored in a retrieval system or transmitted in any form by electronic or mechanical means, photocopying or recording, without permission. Requests to do so should be addressed to the Editor. ISSN 0159 – 8090
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