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    Supel™ Tox SPE Cartridges: Fast and Simple Cleanup for Mycotoxin Analysis

    The need for a quick, simplistic sample cleanup approach prior to chromatographic mycotoxin analysis has brought about SPE cartridges that significantly decrease sample prep time, increase reproducibility, and are more user friendly as compared to the industry standard immunoaffinity columns. In addition, the Supel Tox SPE approach requires less equipment and fewer consumables, providing an ...

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    Supel - Model Tox SPE - Cartridges - Brochure

    The need for a quick, simplistic sample cleanup approach prior to chromatographic mycotoxin analysis has brought about SPE cartridges that significantly decrease sample prep time, increase reproducibility, and are more user friendly as compared to the industry standard immunoaffinity columns. In addition, the Supel Tox SPE approach requires less equipment and fewer consumables, providing an ...

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    GC-MS Method for Mycotoxin Analysis Using 13C-marked Mycotoxin Derviatives

    Mycotoxins are toxicmetabolites of fungi such asmoulds. Fungal infection of crops can lead to mycotoxin contamination of human food, either directly or through its use as livestock feed. Some mycotoxins showa particularly high toxicity towards humans, such as the type A Trichothecene mycotoxins T-2 toxin and HT-2 toxin (Figure 1). For these reasons, regulations governing the mycotoxin content of ...

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    Mycotoxin Standards Brochure

    Some fungal genera like Aspergillus, Fusarium, Penicillium, etc. produce mycotoxins. These toxic secondary metabolites are harmful to animal and human health if they enter the food chain via contaminated crops and fruits or through processed food and feed products. Therefore, in at least 100 countries limits are set for mycotoxin levels for food and feed. For a precise detection of all regulated ...

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    Presentation: Mycotoxin Analysis Using SPE

    What are mycotoxins? Toxic secondary metabolites produced by fungi Exist in food as a result of fungal infection of crops Resistant to temperature, such as cooking and freezing Remain in the food chain in meat and dairy products Health Risks: Cancer Weakened Immune System Allergens or Irritants Death ...

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    Improved Resolution of Mycotoxins from Cereal

    Mycotoxins are a diverse group comprised of hundreds of secondary metabolic products of various fungal species. Several show marked toxicity in humans. Contamination of the food supply with mycotoxins is increasingly prevalent, and can occur during growth, harvest, transportation, processing or storage. Techniques to reduce mycotoxin concentration after contamination are expensive, unreliable and ...

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    KAHL - High-Speed Mixer SMW - Brochure

    The high-speed mixer excels by very short batch processing times (complete mixing within 20 - 90 seconds). Its design ensures easy cleaning of the mixer, complete product discharge, and perfect ...


    By Amandus Kahl GmbH & Co. KG

  • Supel - Model Tox SPE - Cartridges - Brochure

    The need for a quick, simplistic sample cleanup approach prior to chromatographic mycotoxin analysis has brought about SPE cartridges that significantly decrease sample prep time, increase reproducibility, and are more user friendly as compared to the industry standard immunoaffinity columns. In addition, the Supel Tox SPE approach requires less equipment and fewer consumables, providing an ...


    By MilliporeSigma

  • Mycotoxin Brochure

    Cultivation and storage of food and animal feed may contribute to the spread of moulds, which produce mycotoxins – toxic secondary metabolites. Their consumption can lead to serious health damage in both humans and animals. Since 1998, LCTech GmbH, based in Dorfen, Germany, has been developing and supplying products and methods for the preparation and analysis of food, animal feed and ...


    By LCTech GmbH

  • Presentation: Mycotoxin Analysis Using SPE

    © 2013 Sigma-Aldrich Co. All rights reserved.sigma-aldrich.com/analyticalMycotoxin Analysis Using SPEMichael Ye, Ken Espenschied, Emily Barrey,Matilal Sarker, Olga Shimelis, and Jennifer ClausSupelco, Div. of Sigma-AldrichBellefonte, PA 16823 USAApril 8, 2013T413127© 2013 Sigma-Aldrich Co. All rights reserved.2Agenda• What are mycotoxins?• Supel™ Tox SPE• Aflatoxin• DON and B-Tricothecenes• ...


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  • Mycotoxin Standards Brochure

    Mycotoxin StandardsSingle- and Multi-Component Standard Solutions13C - Isotopically LabeledStandardsMatrix Certified Reference MaterialsDried Down StandardsvSome fungal genera like Aspergillus, Fusarium, Penicillium, etc. produce mycotoxins. These toxic second-ary metabolites are harmful to animal and human health if they enter the food chain via contaminated crops and fruits or through processed ...


    By MilliporeSigma

  • GEBR. Ruberg - Series RV and RVS - Aspirators Brochure

    RUBERG Aspirators RV and RVS seriesCORRECTLY SORTED AND CLEAN FOR CEREALS, RAPE AND PULSES2RUBERG Separator built around 1950 RUBERG Separator built around 1970 RUBERG Separator built around 1890 RUBERG Separator built around 1945RUBERG Aspirators Over The Course Of Time3ContentsRUBERG Aspirators over the course of timeExperience since 1848 Page 2RUBERG AspiratorPage division Page 3RUBERG ...


    By GEBR. RUBERG GmbH & Co. KG

  • Supel™ Tox SPE Cartridges: Fast and Simple Cleanup for Mycotoxin Analysis

    Fast and Simple Cleanup for Mycotoxin AnalysisSupel™ Tox SPE Cartridgessigma-aldrich.com/supeltoxSupel™ Tox SPE CartridgesSupel™ Tox SPE Cartridgeswhich saves time by eliminating wash steps prior to elution of aflatoxin and zearalenone, deoxynivalenol, and tricothecenes (type A and B), respectively. Cartridges removing interferences associated with analysis of fumonisins (B1 and B2) and ...


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  • Improved Resolution of Mycotoxins from Cereal

    Food & BeverageMycotoxins are a diverse group comprised of hundreds of secondary metabolic products of various fungal species. Several show marked toxicity in humans. Contamination of the food supply with mycotoxins is increasingly prevalent, and can occur during growth, harvest, transportation, processing or storage. Techniques to reduce mycotoxin concentration after contamination are expensive, ...


    By MilliporeSigma

  • GC-MS Method for Mycotoxin Analysis Using 13C-marked Mycotoxin Derviatives

    Return to Web Version A New GC-MS Method for Mycotoxin Analysis Using 13C-marked Mycotoxin DerivativesBy: Matthias Nold, AnalytiX Volume 9 Article 1Product Manager Analytical Standards matthias.nold@sial.com Mycotoxins are toxicmetabolites of fungi such asmoulds. Fungal infection of crops can lead to mycotoxin contamination of human food, either directly or through its use as livestock feed. ...


    By MilliporeSigma

  • Testing for Aflatoxins in Corn and Peanut Butter using QuEChERS Cleanup and LC Fluorescence

    Testing for Aflatoxins in Corn and Peanut Butter using QuEChERS Cleanup and LC Fluorescencewww.sigma-aldrich.com•Olga Shimelis, Michael Ye, Ken Espenshield, and Len SidiskySupelco, Div. of Sigma-Aldrich, Bellefonte, PA 16823 USAT4110972IntroductionQuEChERS stands for Quick, Easy, Cheap, Effective, Rugged, Safe and is used as a dispersive SPE (dSPE) method. It is widely used for cleanup of ...


    By MilliporeSigma

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