Analysis of the Mycotoxin Patulin in Apple Juice Using the Flexar FX-15 UHPLC-UV
16 Nov 2012

Patulin is a natural human toxin commonly found in apples. It is not destroyed by heat treatments such as the pasteurization process, thus its levels must be carefully monitored. This application note from PerkinElmer demonstrates a HPLC method for the rapid identification and quantification of patulin in apple juice using.

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