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Phenomenex Publishes Comprehensive Food Safety Applications Guide

Published: Wednesday, June 19, 2013
Last Updated: Wednesday, June 19, 2013
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New 92-page Food Safety Solutions guide available in print and digital format.

Phenomenex Inc. has announced the publication of a 92-page Food Safety Solutions guide. Available in print and digital format, the guide presents 41 complete applications for all of the frequently requested food compound classes and draws on all analytical techniques - sample preparation, HPLC, UHPLC, LC/MS and GC/MS.

The guide highlights methods created through Phenomenex’ Rapid Response Unit collaboration with AB SCIEX, including iMethod Applications for Cliquid Software.

Phenomenex’ complete line of solid phase extraction (SPE) sorbents and QuEChERS and filtration products are also highlighted.

“Concern for food safety is on the rise globally, creating the need for analysis of a wide range of imports and exports,” explains Allen Misa, brand manager for Phenomenex.

Misa continued, “We offer a comprehensive selection of solutions for the analysis of food substances, along with application support and method development services through our PhenoLogix team.”

The new Food Safety Solutions guide contains sections on analysis of contaminants, pesticide residues, allergens and fraudulent practices.

A section on veterinary medical products is also included. Requests for the Food Safety Solutions guide can be made online at: www.phenomenex.com/FSguide.


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