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Behind the Science, S2 Ep7: Lauren Mullin and the flight of the bees

Video   Oct 15, 2017

 

What's the buzz about bees? Lauren Mullin talks about how she performed
an experiment to test samples of bee pollen for exposure to the
neonicotinoid pesticide imidacloprid, which may be a cause of colony
collapse disorder. The challenge is to detect low levels of the
pesticide in a very complex matrix, so robust sample cleanup is
necessary to achieve high sensitivity LC-MS/MS. Read the application
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