Mass spectrometry is used in forensic science to identify and quantify drugs and other compounds in biological samples. Forensic toxicology is critical for detecting drug abuse and investigating drug-related crimes. Mass spectrometry can detect even trace amounts of drugs and their metabolites in biological samples, which is important for forensic investigations. In addition, mass spectrometry can be used to analyze complex mixtures of drugs, reducing the need for multiple diagnostic tests.

Clinical Mass Spectrometry  is a powerful tool for clinical laboratories. It is used in a variety of clinical applications, including toxicology, endocrinology, pharmacology, metabolic disorders, infectious diseases, proteomics, and forensic science. Mass spectrometry provides accurate and reliable diagnostic results, improving patient outcomes and advancing the field of clinical medicine. As mass

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