Immunocapture-LC/MS has recently been used for quantitating therapeutic proteins/peptides and biomarkers in various matrices. The advantages of LC/MS quantitation include high specificity and selectivity, wide dynamic range, and less susceptibility to interference from endogenous matrix components. Here is a highly sensitive sequential immunoaffinity-LC/MS assay for quantitation of a biotherapeutic protein (39 kD) in monkey plasma presented. The first immunocapture utilized a biotinylat ed mouse anti-drug antibody to capture the drug in plasma. After tryptic digestion, a unique peptide from the drug was then captured by the sec ond immunocapture using a mouse anti-peptide antibody for further sample purification. Samples analysis was performed on a microLC-triple quadrupole mass spectrometry system (MS/MS). Both immunocapture procedures were carried out in 96-well plates using a magnetic beads handler.