β-Glucuronidase removal is the process of removing the large β-Glucuronidase protein from a sample after hydrolysis to result in a better analysis. Often labs perform dilute-and-shoot but the β-Glucuronidase can cause interferences with analyte recovery, such as reduced sensitivity and high signal-to-noise.
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