Would you benefit from learning about some advanced methods for food contaminants determination? If so, this on-demand webinar is for you as it focuses particularly on the performance of LC-MS/MS and Laminar-Flow Mass Spectrometry when applied to food analysis, and strategies for method optimization.


Format: On-demand

Duration: Approx. 45 minutes

The presentation introduces you to the most advanced methods for food contaminants determination. In particular, performances of the LC-MS/MS technology and Laminar-Flow Mass Spectrometry applied to food analysis and strategies for method optimization are covered.

Applications cover:

  • multi-residue analysis of pesticides in fruits and vegetables
  • mycotoxins and alkaloids analysis in different food matrices
  • veterinary drugs and antibiotics analysis in dairy products.

By watching this presentation you will learn:

  • Insights in sample preparation methods for specific extraction and enrichment of contaminant residues from food matrices
  • New analytical methods for sensitive determination of mycotoxins in food using QSight triple quadrupole LC-MS/MS
  • How Laminar-Flow tandem Mass Spectrometry applied to food testing delivers reliable results, extends instrument uptime while maintaining the sample throughputs and high sensitivity required.

The Presenter

Francisco_100Francisco A. Ferron
Senior Product Specialist for LC-MS, PerkinElmer
Francisco Ferron gained his PhD in geochemisty at Joseph Fourier University (Grenoble, France) in collaboration with the “Laboratoire des Sciences du Climat et de l’Environnement” (CEA - Saclay, France). He has almost two decades of experience as an application chemist covering pharma, clinical, food and environmental markets and is a mass spectrometry specialist. Francisco joined PerkinElmer as Senior Product Specialist for LC-MS in 2021.



Published  Jun 27, 2022

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