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Webinar on Analysis of complex food matrices using Triple Quad LCMS/MS
Image August 28, 2017 Events,Featured,Webinars AOAC India

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

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AOAC India- PerkinElmer workshop on heavy metal analysis in complex food matrices
Image September 6, 2016 Featured AOAC India

Date & Venue: Monday, September 26th, 2016 PerkinElmer India, G-Corp, 8th Floor, Ghodbunder Road, Kasaravadavli, Thane – 400615 India Regulatory Background: India is one of the largest exporters in the world for many of food and its derivatives. With increasing instances of Food adulteration and high utilization of non-permissible additives, the food regulators across the

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AOAC-India Workshop on Residue Analysis of Pesticides & Plant Growth Regulators by GC-MS/MS and LC-MS/MS
Image December 19, 2015 Featured AOAC India

Date: November 23-25, 2015 Venue: National Referral Laboratory, ICAR-National Research Centre for Grapes, Pune The AOAC-India section recently organised a workshop on November 23-25, 2015, entitled “Training on the residue analysis of pesticides and plant growth regulators in fruits and vegetables using GC-MS/MS and LC-MS/MS” in collaboration with the National Referral Laboratory (NRL), ICAR-National Research

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Training on Residue Analysis of Pesticides & Plant Growth Regulators by using GC-MS/MS & LC-MS/MS
Image October 23, 2015 Featured AOAC India

This course is being organized by the India Section of AOAC International in collaboration with the NRL, ICAR-NRC for Grapes & Thermo Fisher Scientific for 3 days, starting from 23rd November to 25th November, 2015 in Pune. It will be exclusively for a maximum of 15 participants working ‘hands on’ with the practical laboratory analyses

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