5.5 Minute LC-MS/MS Analysis of Mycotoxins in Peanut Powder
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Rapid, Simple 4.5-Minute Pyrrolizidine Alkaloids Analysis by LC-MS/MS
Mineral oil hydrocarbons (MOH) are chemical compounds derived mainly from crude oil, but also produced synthetically from coal, natural gas and biomass.
Mineral oil food contamination is a serious problem across the EU. LECO’s GCxGC-TOFMS is able to determine MOSH and MOAH with a single-run method.
Vanillin is one of the most popular flavouring used in food and beverages. In this application the components of different vanilla products were analysed.
Three honey samples were analysed for neonicotinoid content according to current regulating guidelines via a fast and simple HPLC method.
In this application note, a simple, robust and highly sensitive method for the analysis of aflatoxins in pistachio samples is described.
Food & Beverage companies are struggling to turn data into insights because there is so much of it but the bigness of the data isn’t the problem.
Automated QuEChERS clean-up of hemp oil extracts followed by liquid introduction and PTV-GC/MS determination of pesticides leads to extremely low LOQs
Poster on optimizing the methodology used to determine low levels of nitrogen/protein in food and feeds using LECO’s FP928 and FP828 determinators.
Application note on using LECO’s FP828 combustion nitrogen/protein determinator to determine protein and nitrogen content in flour.
Bio-Rad offers a new and innovative approach to detecting and confirming STEC in food.
Novasina explains why water activity is the most important release specification for food production.
Application Note: Using the MALDI Biotyper? for microbial identification at the China Center of Industrial Culture Collection (CICC)
Matrix assisted laser desorption/ ionization time-of-flight mass spectrometry (MALDI-TOF MS) with the MALDI Biotyper? (MBT) is used at the China Center of Industrial Culture Collection (CICC) to identify strains.
Certain fungi that can grow on agricultural products produce toxic metabolites known as mycotoxins.