Behind the Science, S2 Ep5: Michael Young on sample cleanup

Video   Aug 15, 2017

 

A shiny clean UPLC-MS instrument shouldn't munch on a juicy burger for
lunch. As Michael Young tells Jen in Behind the Science, sample cleanup
is critical when analyzing food samples. He shows us a sample cleanup
method that can be used to determine the presence of multi-residue
veterinary drug residues in meat or liver. As Michael says, "Of course
you have time to do sample cleanup." It's simple, it's fast, and it's
very effective way to eliminate phospholipids. http://bit.ly/2qvsiYM

 
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