Determination of Indapamide concentration in plasma or whole blood? [Bioanalytics]

posted by gialuu – Vietnam, 2018-08-30 10:55  – Posting: # 19200
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Dear Admin and dear all,

I have one problem like below:

- Following many literatures, Indapamide binds mainly to red blood cell (80%).
So that, determination of its concentration in plasma is suitable or not?
Acctually, hemolysis can affect the analytical results if this method is applied.

Give me some recommendations about this problem.

Thanks so much!

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