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ISOLUTE® Myco SPE Columns, a Dedicated Product for The Efficient Extraction of Mycotoxins from Food Matrices

Published: Thursday, April 04, 2013
Last Updated: Thursday, April 04, 2013
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Biotage has announced the launch of ISOLUTE® Myco SPE columns, a new product for the ‘catch and release’ clean up of mycotoxins from food matrices, prior to analysis by LC-MS/MS.

The ISOLUTE® Myco sorbent is a proprietary polymeric phase (patent pending) optimized for the extraction of a broad spectrum of mycotoxins from a wide range of foodstuffs; enabling chemists to utilize a single SPE product to extract all relevant mycotoxins from an individual foodstuff. Using a single, easy to use sample preparation product, along with optimized matrix specific application notes, scientists can prepare diverse samples for analysis by LC-MS/MS.

ISOLUTE® Myco SPE columns have been developed for use together with LC-MS/MS analysis, their selective clean up enables robust, reliable quantitation of mycotoxins without compromising analytical data quality. The coupling of a dedicated polymer based sorbent with LC-MS/MS analysis saves both time and money as more samples can be processed each day compared to IAC based clean up. The tabless 3 mL format of the ISOLUTE® Myco columns is suitable for a variety of processing equipment including vacuum manifolds, positive pressure manifolds and automated SPE workstations.

“ISOLUTE® Myco SPE columns are a real step forward in mycotoxin sample preparation, helping scientists to fully exploit the advantages of higher productivity and highly selective LC-MS/MS analysis through the use of a truly optimized sample preparation regime” says Dr. Claire Desbrow, Global Product Manager.


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