Lovelace Biomedical has extensive expertise in preclinical bioanalytical chemistry research, with specialized laboratories and experienced bioanalytical method development/validation and sample analysis chemists. Whether working with a small molecule, or qPCR bioanalysis Lovelace has experience developing new assays or transferring existing methods. These methods can support pharmacokinetic, toxicokinetic, biodistribution, and in vivo metabolism studies. The analyses can be conducted to evaluate parent molecules or metabolites in a full range of matrices, including blood, plasma, serum, urine, CSF, pleural fluid, and tissue. Whether your study is an exploratory research study or a GLP toxicology study Lovelace has the Bioanalytical team to support your needs. preclinical biomedical research and preclinical biotechnology research teams also can support you from Lovelace Biomedical.
Our Analytical/Bioanalytical Chemistry Department provides a state-of-the-art infrastructure with experience in chromatography, and mass spectrometry. Lovelace has the experience and tools required to develop, transfer and validate methods on small molecules, proteins or peptides to support PK/TK and metabolism studies. Analyses can be conducted to assay concentrations of parent molecules or compounds in a full range of matrices including blood, plasma, serum, urine and tissue.