Mycotoxins I - Meeting EU regulation limits with entry level LCMS instruments
25 Jan 2012

It is possible to get enough sensitivity with a range of instruments, from entry level to high end platforms, by choosing the right clean up procedure for your samples. The goal is the analysis of as many regulated mycotoxins as possible, in one single HPLC-triple quadrupole run. In this webinar we will present different options for the analysis of mycotoxins, illustrating the best compromise between throughput, cost and HPLC-MS performances.

Agilent Technologies



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