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Food Safety Testing
Thermo Fisher Scientific

http://thermoscientific.com/foodsafety - Discover how food safety testing requires a range of Thermo Scientific analytical tools and expertise to address concerns for physical, microbiological, radiation and other contamination like trace chemicals. Learn how the recently activated the Thermo Fisher Scientific Food Safety Response Center and how the team including Laszlo Hollosi helped rapidly develop a new validated method the determination of carbendazim and benomyl residues in oranges and orange juice by automated sample preparation using TLX-LC-MS/MS.

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