An Automated System for the Routine Cleanup of Environmental Samples Prior to Instrument Analysis
22 Aug 2014

The Clean Seas Environmental Monitoring program is an initiative designed to monitor the levels of chemical contamination of sediments and shellfish in inshore waters. This poster describes an Accelerated Solvent Extraction sample preparation and clean-up method used for the preparation of muscle tissue samples for GPC analysis. The fraction collected from the GPC was further cleaned-up using Solid Phase Extraction before final analysis by GC/MS.

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