Selective and Sensitive Screening of Chloramphenicol in Milk using the ACQUITY UPLC I-Class System and the ACQUITY QDa Detector
19 Aug 2014

This application note demonstrates that an accurate and robust method has been developed for the reliable quantitative screening of chloramphenicol in milk. This method has proven to achieve levels of detection that can easily meet the regulatory requirements, in the absence of internal standard, while showing excellent repeatability at the EU MRPL of 0.3 μg.kg-1.

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