By R. Romero-González, J. L. Martinez Vidal, A. Garrido Frenich
Usually mycotoxins are typically made up our minds by way of immunoassay screening tools or by means of unmarried compound chromatographic analytical tools, in line with immunoaffinity column cleanup through a separation step utilizing skinny layer chromatography (TLC), fuel chromatography (GC) or liquid chromatography (LC), which have been coupled to traditional detectors akin to electron trap detection (ECD), fluorescence or UV-visible detection. every so often, specifically while fluorescence detection used to be used, it used to be essential to contain a pre- or post-column derivatization step so one can elevate the detection features of the analytical approach. besides the fact that, the applying of hyphenated chromatographic options, specifically LC coupled to mass spectrometry (MS) and LC-MS/MS, has a number of merits together with uncomplicated therapy, as a result of additional freshen up techniques with immunoaffinity columns could be kept away from, quick selection and excessive sensitivity.
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This also makes it possible to distinguish among isobaric ions and increases confidence in the identification of analytes by giving an estimate of the elemental composition of each ion. The information obtained from TOF analysis has the additional advantage that quantification can be performed on any ion observed in the acquired mass range. These properties should be of great advantage for the screening of foodstuffs containing multiple mycotoxins with different molecular weights. Furthermore, it can be used for the identification of unknown compounds 50 R.
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