Non-Target & Unknown Screening of Food Samples Using Accurate Mass LC-MS/MS Screening Techniques
26 Jan 2015

This poster presents results of using a novel approach of comparative unknown screening to identify unexpected substances, such as residues and contaminants, in food. Fruit and vegetable samples were extracted using a QuEChERS procedure and analyzed with reversed phase LC. High resolution and accurate mass MS and MS/MS information was collected in a single run using information dependent acquisition on the AB SCIEX TripleTOF® 4600 and 5600 system.

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