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The CIE Analytical Laboratory associated with Northwest Missouri State University has a state-of-the-art equipment facility. We can offer contract research and development (R & D) and drug discovery work (Non-GLP and Non-GMP) in the analysis of biological and environmental samples for pharmaceuticals, metabolites/biomarkers, personal care products, chemical, elemental and environmental pollutants, etc. The CIE Analytical Laboratory also analyses samples as per customers’ requests employing their standards and custom methods.
Our in-house professional analytical chemist, Dr. Abdul Mottaleb, has regulatory EPA and non-regulatory laboratories work experience. He has met analytical challenges in separation, method development, method validation and identification of compounds from complex biological and chemical samples.
With our analytical chemist, the CIE Analytical Lab can provide the following analytical/bioanalytical services to customers as per their need that includes:
Larry Lee, Incubator Director
Method developments are always challenging for analysis biological and complex chemical samples. At the CIE Laboratory, we can develop new analytical methodology sharing customer's existing experience or from a minimal amount of information.
Method development and validation include:
We have ample experienced professional analytical chemists capable of extracting compounds from a wide range of samples such as waters, wastewaters, semi-solids and tissues and setting up appropriate techniques. Typically preparation of sample-analysis by chromatography and mass spectrometry, the following steps are commonly used:
We offer chromatography method together with other appropriate instruments (see equipment list on back panel) for complete characterization of the samples. We also analyze the samples as per customers' needs using standard and customized methods with high selectivity, high sensitivity and conventional detection system.