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SPE sorbent for contamination-free food.

To protect against contamination of the food chain, fast and cost-effective sample preparation is essential for the analysis of mycotoxins. The clean-up process of mycotoxins can be optimized using Agilent Bond Elut Mycotoxin, a solid phase extraction (SPE) sorbent that cleans up food extracts for improved trichothecene and zearalenone analysis. The sorbent is a proprietary silica-based ion exchange material, and method for extraction and cleanup is successful with a variety of food and grain sample types, including wheat, corn, durum, oats and bread. The benefits of employing this solution for the analysis of mycotoxins include: faster flow rates, good cartridge-to-cartridge reproducibility, reduced sample preparation time, less sample loss, more reliable data and greater stability. Agilent Technologies www.agilent.com, 408-345-8886

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Title Annotation:COLUMN CORNER
Publication:Chromatography Techniques
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Date:Jun 1, 2015
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