Author(s): CarabiasMartnez R, RodrguezGonzalo E, RevillaRuiz P, HernndezMndez J
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Abstract Originally, the use of the pressurized liquid extraction technique (PLE) was mainly focused on the extraction of environmental pollutants present in soil matrices, sediments, and sewage sludge. However, more recently the distinct advantages of this technique are being exploited in diverse areas, including biology, and the pharmaceutical and food industries. The aim of the present review is to explore recent analytical applications of this extraction technique (PLE) in the extraction of contaminant compounds and matrix components in food and biological samples, placing special emphasis on the strategies followed to obtain a rapid, selective, efficient and reliable extraction process.
This article was published in J Chromatogr A
and referenced in Pharmaceutica Analytica Acta