Webinar on Analysis of complex food matrices using Triple Quad LCMS/MS
Topic: Multi residual Antibiotic analysis in Milk
Simultaneous determination of pesticides in Fruits and vegetables
Analysis of complex matrices like milk, fruits and vegetables have always been a challenge for food analysts and technologists working in accordance with the global food regulation criteria.
Antibiotic residues in milk can cause toxicity and side effects such as allergic reactions, rash and nausea, etc. In addition, the low levels of antibiotics consumed for long time, can lead to the spread of drug-resistant bacteria. Therefore, the regulation of antibiotics for use in animals is enforced by every country in the world.
The extensive use of pesticides can pose a health risk to humans and this has led to worldwide stringent regulations, for maximum allowable limits for these residues in foods. But, pesticide analysis has lot of complexities with need for a highly sensitive analytical set up.
This webinar helps you understand how to achieve highest sensitivity without compromising on productivity using Triple Quad LCMS/MS technology.
Let us find out together how we can simplify and incorporate a seamless approach in your workflow!
Avinash Dalmia graduated with B.Tech in chemical engineering from IIT Delhi and PhD in chemical engineering in 1996 from Case Western Reserve University in Ohio, USA.
About 19 years ago, he joined PerkinElmer as a senior scientist. He has developed more than 15 applications for rapid food analysis with minimal or no sample preparation using LCMS. This work led to IFT (Institue of food technologists) innovation award in 2013 and best poster award in AOAC international conference at Dallas in 2016.
He has been involved in carrying out studies for design and optimization of different mass spectrometry ionization sources such as electrospray, field free APCI and direct sampling analyzer and has developed more than 60 applications using HPLC and GC coupled with different MS and different ion sources for measurement of isoflavones, antibiotics, vitamins, pesticides, PAH, steroids, vitamin D, essential oils, fuels, gunshot residue and lipids.
During his career, he has presented his research accomplishments in research areas varying from electrochemical sensors, fuel cells, catalysts, thermal and fluid flow modeling, MS sources, HPLC/MS and GC/MS applications and has published 10 papers and 20 patents.