Examine a proven method for the analysis of 12 mycotoxins in a number of common food matrices (yellow corn, white corn, wheat, soybean, almond, oat breakfast cereal, and peanut butter) utilising a QSight 220 LC/MS.

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A fully validated method to determine mycotoxins by Stable Isotope Dilution QSight LC/MS/MS

Supplied by PerkinElmer Pty Ltd on Tuesday, 17 August, 2021


Mycotoxins are toxic secondary metabolites produced by various fungal species growing in foods and animal feeds. To minimise risk and protect consumers, mycotoxin levels in foods and/or feeds have been regulated by agencies in many countries around the world.

Examine a proven method for the analysis of 12 mycotoxins in a number of common food matrices (yellow corn, white corn, wheat, soybean, almond, oat breakfast cereal, and peanut butter) utilising a QSight 220 LC/MS.


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