Developments in Analytical Methods in Pharmaceutical, Biomedical, and Forensic Sciences

  • G. Piemonte
  • F. Tagliaro
  • M. Marigo
  • A. Frigerio

Table of contents

  1. Front Matter
    Pages i-x
  2. L. Campanella, D. Carrara, M. Cordatore, A. M. Salvi, M. P. Sammartino, M. Tomassetti
    Pages 19-28
  3. G. Musumarra, G. Scarlata, G. Romano, S. Clementi
    Pages 29-36
  4. M. Prosek, M. Medja, J. Korsic, R. E. Kaiser
    Pages 37-43
  5. M. Prosek, A. Medja, J. Korsic
    Pages 45-49
  6. N. C. Jain
    Pages 51-54
  7. R. Borriello, R. Gagliano Candela
    Pages 67-74
  8. A. Scotto di Tella, C. Di Nunzio, P. Ricci
    Pages 93-97
  9. F. Mari, E. Bertol, R. Biagioli, R. Chiarugi
    Pages 99-105
  10. F. Centini, C. Offidani, A. Carnevale, M. Chiarotti, I. Barni Comparini
    Pages 107-114
  11. F. Tagliaro, P. Traldi, B. Pelli, S. Maschio, C. Neri, M. Marigo
    Pages 115-127
  12. F. Sanguinetti, M. C. Sanguinetti, S. Mantovani, C. Melandri
    Pages 161-168
  13. G. Lhoest, M. Lesne, J. De Graeve, J. Van Cantfort
    Pages 169-181
  14. C. Giachetti, P. Poletti, G. Zanolo
    Pages 241-245
  15. G. Grossi, A. Bargossi, R. Callivà, M. G. Salvatore, R. Battistoni, A. Lippi
    Pages 247-256
  16. G. Piemonte, A. Bolner, P. Moghetti, E. Bonora, V. Cacciatori, M. Querena et al.
    Pages 257-270
  17. P. Minuz, M. Degan, F. Paluani, G. P. Velo, A. Lechi
    Pages 285-289
  18. M. Governa, M. Valentino, M. Rocco, E. Bertoli, G. Zolese
    Pages 297-302
  19. Back Matter
    Pages 321-329

About this book


The papers collected in this volume were presented at an International Conference that, with the same heading, was held at the Verona University, Italy, in June 1986. The meeting was organized by the Institute of Forensic Hedicine and the Laboratory of Medical Research of the University in cooperation with the Italian Group for Mass Spectrometry in Biochemistry and Medicine. The aim of the symposium was bringing together people, work­ ing in different branches of the wide field of modern analytical sciences, for promoting inter-disciplinary discussions and exchange of experiences. Actually it was felt that most of the analytical problems that very often have to be faced in quite different fields (chem­ istry, pharmacology, medicine, biology) have similar solutions, that could be made much easier by closer contac'cs among researches of these disciplines. Original papers and invited rewiews presented during the 3 days of the conference by leading experts gave an up-to-date outline of the modern analytical methods applied in pharmaceuti­ cal, biomedical and forensic sciences and a glimpse of the future perspectives.


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Editors and affiliations

  • G. Piemonte
    • 1
  • F. Tagliaro
    • 1
  • M. Marigo
    • 1
  • A. Frigerio
    • 2
  1. 1.University of VeronaVeronaItaly
  2. 2.Italian Group for Mass Spectrometry in Biochemistry and MedicineMilanItaly

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