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1: Sampling Theory.
2: Theoretical Approaches.
3: Quality Assurance and Quality Control.
4: Methodologies for Sample Preservation and Stabilization.
5: Assessing and Controlling Sample Contamination.
6: Sample Homogenization.
7: Emerging Techniques.
8: Sampling Strategy for Process Control.
9: Integrated Total Analysis Systems.
11: Gaseous Samples.
12: Indoor Air Sampling.
13: Exposure Assessment in the Workplace.
14: Aerosols PM10 and PM2.5.
15: Passive Sampling of Atmospheric Organic Contaminants.
16: Liquid Samples.
17: Surface Microlayer.
18: Equipment for Water Sampling Including Sensors.
19: Passive Sampling of Organic Contaminants in Waters.
20: Passive Sampling for Inorganic Contaminants in Water.
21: Seawater Organic Contaminants.
22: Sampling Approaches for Trace Element Determination in Seawater.
23: Sampling of Humic and Colloidal Phases in Liquid Samples.
24: Solid Samples.
25: Sampling of Fish, Benthic Species, and Seabird Eggs in Pollution Assessment.
26: Collection and Preparation of Human Biological Specimens for Contaminant Analysis.
27: Food Safety.
28: Food Contaminanants.
29: Forensic Applications.
30: Biopsic Sampling (Cancer).
31: Legal and Forensic Sampling.
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1: Extraction Techniques.
2: Theory of Extraction.
3: Headspace Analysis.
4: Liquid–Liquid Extraction: Basic Principles and Automation.
5: Soxhlet Extraction and New Developments Such as Soxtec.
6: Soxhlet Extraction Versus Accelerated Solvent Extraction.
7: Accelerated Solvent Extraction (ASE) and High-Temperature Water Extraction.
8: Fundamentals of Supercritical Fluid Extraction.
9: Microwave Extraction.
10: Solvent Microextraction.
11: Dispersive Liquid–Liquid Microextraction.
12: Ionic Liquids.
13: Sorbent Chemistry, Evolution.
14: Sorbents for Gas Sampling.
15: Principles and Practice of Solid-Phase Extraction.
16: Matrix Solid-Phase Dispersion.
17: Sol–Gel Materials in Analytical Microextraction.
18: Molecularly Imprinted Polymers.
19: Monoliths, Fundamentals for Sample Preparation.
20: Bioaffinity Sorbents.
21: Nanomaterials for Sample Preparation.
22: Solid-Phase Microextraction.
23: Membrane Extraction: General Overview and Basic Techniques.
24: Hollow Fiber Liquid-Phase Microextraction.
25: Membrane Inlets for Mass Spectrometry.
26: Microdialysis Sampling in the Brain: Analytical Approaches and Challenges.
27: Extension of Extraction Technologies (Processes).
28: Analytical Derivatization Techniques.
29: Sample Preparation Automation for GC Injection.
30: LC Automation.
31: Column-Switching Sample Preparation.
32: Fundamentals and Applications of Needle Trap Devices.
33: Validation and Regulatory Issues for Sample Preparation.
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1: Introduction to Extraction Techniques and Applications: Biological/Medical.
2: General Considerations when Dealing with Biological Fluid Samples.
3: Considerations on Dealing with Tissues and Cell Samples (Include Tissue Banking).
4: Cell Separation, Perfusion from Tissue, Organelle Fractionation.
5: Tissue Preparation for Microscopy and Histology.
6: Clinical Analysis.
7: Blood Sample Collection and Handling.
8: Urine Sample Collection and Handling.
9: Clinical Immunoassays and Immunosensing.
10: Preparation and Analytical Applications of Quantum Dots.
11: Newborn Screening of Genetic Diseases.
12: Issues and Pitfalls in Biomarker Development and Clinical Relevance.
13: Genomic, Proteomic and Metabolomics Analysis.
14: DNA Damage, Repair, and Genome Instability (Including Affinity Techniques).
15: Proteolytic Digestion Methods for Shotgun Proteomics.
16: Microwave Digestion of Protein Samples for Proteomics Applications.
17: Selective Enrichment of Phosphopeptides Using Nanomaterials and Monolithic Materials for the Analysis of Protein Phosphorylation.
18: Sample Preparation for Glycoproteins.
19: Sample Preparation for Single-Molecule Enzyme Assays.
20: Sampling and Sample Preparation for LC-MS-Based Metabonomics/Metabolomics of Samples of Mammalian Origin.
21: Tissue, Serum and Saliva Sampling for Proteomic Analysis.
22: Chemical Speciation, Bioavailability, Toxicology.
23: Pre-Concentration and Sample Treatment Techniques for Trace Element Analysis.
24: Enzyme Treatment of Biological Samples for Speciation.
25: Enzyme Digestion for Speciation of Arsenic.
26: Mercury Speciation and Binding to Biomacromolecules.
27: Determination of Cadmium Species Including Complexes with Metallothionein and Phytochelatin.
28: Bioaccessibility Extractions for Contaminant Risk Assessment.
29: Recent Development in Sample Preparation Techniques for Biomedical/Biological Applications.
30: Application of SPME to Pharmacodynamics, Pharmacokinetics, and Toxicology.
31: Electrospun Nanofiber-Based Solid-Phase Microextraction Media.
32: Environmental Applications.
33: Sorbent-Phase Sample Preparation in Environmental Analysis.
34: Recent Advances in Sample Preparation for Pesticide Analysis.
35: Membrane-Based Extraction for Environmental Analysis.
36: Chemical Warfare Agents: Development and Applications of Sample Preparation Approaches.
37: Sample Pretreatment Techniques for Perfluorinated Compounds.
38: Recent Advances in Solid-Phase Microextraction for Environmental Applications.
39: Environmental Applications of Cloud-Point Extraction.
40: Sample Preparation of Complex Biological Samples in the Analysis of Trace-Level Contaminants.
41: Sample Preparation for Capillary Electrophoretic Applications.
42: Sample Preparation of Microbial Contaminants in Water.
43: Inorganic Contaminants: Sample Preparation Approaches.
44: Advances in Sample Preparation of Environmental Solid Matrices.
45: Environmental and Biological Applications of Stir Bar Sorptive Extraction.
46: Sample Preparation for Food Contaminant Analysis.
47: Liquid-Based Microextraction Techniques for Environmental Analysis.
48: Forensic Applications.
49: Sample Preparation for Chromatographic Applications in Forensic Science.
50: Recent Advances in Solid-Phase Microextraction for Forensic Applications.
51: Recent Advances in Sample Preparation for Explosives.
52: New Directions in Sample Preparation for Environmental Analysis.
53: Needle-Trap Devices for Environmental Sample Preparation.
54: Use of Unconventional Solvents for Sample Preparation in Environmental Analysis.
55: Preparative Gas Chromatography as a Sample Preparation Approach.
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1: Food Constituents: Volatiles.
2: Headspace Sampling in Flavor and Fragrance Field.
3: Sampling Techniques for the Determination of Volatile Components in Grape Juice, Wine and Alcoholic Beverages.
4: Sampling and Sample Preparation Techniques for the Determination of the Volatile Components of Milk and Dairy Products.
5: Sampling Techniques for the Determination of Volatile Components in Food of Animal Origin.
6: Sampling Techniques for the Determination of the Volatile Fraction of Honey.
7: Sample Preparation for Food Flavor Analysis (Flavors/Off-Flavors).
8: In Vivo Sampling of Flavor Components.
9: Food Constituents: Non-Volatiles or Semivolatiles.
10: Extraction Techniques for the Determination of Phenolic Compounds in Food.
11: Extraction Techniques for the Determination of Carotenoids and Vitamins in Food.
12: Sample Preparation Techniques for the Determination of Fats in Food.
13: Sample Preparation for the Determination of Carbohydrates in Food and Beverages.
14: Food Additives and Contaminants.
15: Solvent-Based Extraction Techniques for the Determination of Pesticides in Food.
16: Sorbent-Based Techniques for the Determination of Pesticides in Food.
17: Sample Preparation Techniques for the Determination of Some Food Contaminants (Polycyclic Aromatic Hydrocarbons, Mineral Oils and Phthalates).
18: Sampling Techniques for the Determination of Migrants from Packaging Materials in Food.
19: Sampling Techniques for the Determination of Mycotoxins in Food Matrices.
20: Sample Preparation Techniques for the Determination of Veterinary Drugs in Food Matrices.
21: New Technologies in Food Applications.
22: Application of Supercritical Fluid Extraction in Food Processing.
23: Accelerated Methods for Sample Preparation in Food.
24: Applications of SPE-MIP in the Field of Food Analysis.
25: Application of Stir-Bar Sorptive Extraction in Food Analysis.
26: Sample Preparation for the Determination of Metals in Food Samples.
27: Membrane-Based Extraction Techniques in Food Analysis.
28: Sample Preparation for Direct MS Analysis of Food.