bed wt., 1.2 g
pk of 30
solid phase extraction (SPE): suitable
Proprietary (Mycotoxins) phase
food and beverages
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Supel Tox AflaZea SPE produced exceptional analyte recoveries with good reproducibility for all aflatoxins while requiring less than half the sample volume required by competing products.HPLC analysis of all spiked samples after SPE cleanup showed that all compared SPE cartridges effectively eliminate interferences.
Analyte recovery values from spiked cannabis extracts ranged from 102 to 127% with RSD below 12% for 3 replicates. Excellent recovery values were even observed for Aflatoxins B2 and G2 which were spiked at a low level of 6.1 ppb.
Fast method for the cleanup, analysis, and quantification of aflatoxin M1 in milk samples to EU regulatory standards (0.025 μg/kg).
Protocol for LC/MS Analysis of Aflatoxin M1 in Milk on Ascentis® Express HILIC after SPE using Supel™ Tox AflaZea, Quantifying Picogram Concentrations
LC/MS/MS Analysis of Aflatoxins in Hops on Ascentis® Express 2.7 μm Phenyl-Hexyl after Cleanup Using Supel™ Tox AflaZea SPE
Solution, 3 μg/mL in benzene:acetonitrile (98:2), analytical standard
Supel™ Tox video demonstrates how this SPE product accomplishes mycotoxin sample prep in fewer steps, with better reproducibility and higher sample throughput than IAC.
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