MS Data Processing With Full Flexibility Of Universal Processing Software
Poster Jul 30, 2014
Frans Schoutsen, Barbara van Cann, Vincent Jespers, Michal Godula
In routine practice, screening of pesticide residues in a large variety of fruit and vegetable samples is carried out by a number of different analytical techniques, LC-MS/MS being one of the routine approach. When considering the throughput of the lab, data processing is an important part of the total workflow of any multi-method covering up to hundreds of compounds.
Traditional data analysis with triple quadrupole MS/MS analysis is based on evaluation of multiple SRM experiments whereby a number of known contaminants is measured and quantified using available standards. With increasing number of compounds to be screened, samples to be measured, and data to be reported as fast as possible, data