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|Type:||Artigo de periódico|
|Title:||Analytical And Regulatory Aspects For Determination Of Macrolide Residues In Animal-derived Foods By Liquid Chromatography Associated With Mass Spectrometry [aspectos AnalÍticos E RegulatÓrios Na DeterminaÇ Ão De ResÍduos De MacrolÍdeos Em Alimentos De Origem Animal Por Cromatografia LÍquida Associada À Espectrometria De Massas]|
|Abstract:||This is an overview of LC-MS techniques applied for macrolide determination in food, including sample preparation and method validation, as well as the policies adopted by international agencies regarding their presence in food. Techniques for the analysis of macrolides in food normally include solid phase or liquid-liquid extraction followed by HPLC. UHPLC presents advantages in running time, detectability and solvent consumption. Triple-quadrupoles are the most common analyzers in instruments used for the determination of contaminants in food, but time-of-flight and ion-trap spectrometers have been successfully applied for analyses focusing on the investigation of structural formula or the presence of degradation products.|
|Appears in Collections:||Unicamp - Artigos e Outros Documentos|
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