Rapid Multi-Mycotoxin Analysis using ACQUITY UPLC and Quattro Premier XE
31 Jul 2014

This application note describes an extended multi-mycotoxin method, for 25 contaminants in a variety of sample types, which is able to meet the requirements for analysis of regulated compounds but which also includes a range of other compounds of concern. The method uses a simple, generic sample preparation method followed by Waters ACQUITY UPLC separation and detection with a Waters Quattro Premier XE tandem quadrupole mass spectrometer.

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