A three-step stacking capillary electrophoresis (CE) composed of field-amplified sample injection, sweeping, and analyte focusing by micellar collapse (FASI-sweeping-AFMC) was developed to determine dabigatran (D) and its major active metabolite, dabigatran acyl-beta-d-glucuronide (DAG), in human plasma. After optimization and validation, this novel approach was further applied to monitor 5 real samples, and the 25.2 to 186.8 ng mL-1 D could be observed among those. Based on these results, the novel CE stacking strategy was successfully applied for the analysis of D and DAG in human plasma and could be served as a tool for clinical assays.
Cheng, Cheng-Wei; Feng, Wen-Han; Tang, Wei-Hua; Kou, Hwang-Shang; Wang, Chun-Chi; and Wu, Shou-Mei
"A three-step stacking capillary electrophoresis of field-amplified sample injection, sweeping, and micellar collapse for determination of dabigatran and its active metabolite in human plasma,"
Journal of Food and Drug Analysis: Vol. 30
, Article 8.
Available at: https://doi.org/10.38212/2224-6614.3391
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