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Hands on Training : Determination Of Melamine, Cyanuric Acid And Dicyandiamide in Dairy Products/Infant Formula
Image July 5, 2022 Events,Featured,Gallery,NEWS & UPDATES,Slider,workshop AOAC India

Date : 11th August 2022 Venue : Mumbai Melamine has been used to adulterate foodstuffs including milk and dairy products, to artificially elevate apparent protein content. Dicyandiamide is used to promote the growth of pastures where cows graze and has been detected in milk powders. This provides motivation for food adulteration for enhanced profits at

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Webinar on A novel LC/MS/MS method with dual ESI and APCI ion source for analysis of 105 pesticides and 5 mycotoxins in Hemp
Image May 10, 2022 Events,Featured,NEWS & UPDATES,Slider,Webinars AOAC India

A Novel LC/MS/MS method with dual ESI and APCI source was developed for analysis of 105 pesticides and 5 mycotoxins regulated by different USA states and Canada in hemp.  We would demonstrate how we measured non-polar pesticides (normally analyzed by GC/MS/MS) such as  quintozene, chlordane, etridiazole, fenvalerate, iprodione, chlorfenapyr, methyl parathion, endosulfan and others using

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Rapid On-site Solutions for Mycotoxin Testing in Foods – Webinar Video
Image June 29, 2020 Events,Featured,NEWS & UPDATES,Slider AOAC India

  Mycotoxins are toxic secondary metabolites produced by certain filamentous fungi (molds). They can enter our food chain either directly from food components contaminated with mycotoxins or by indirect contamination from the growth of toxigenic fungi on food. Consumption of mycotoxin-contaminated food or feed can cause acute or chronic toxicity in human and animals. Thus

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Webinar on Analysis of Pharmaceuticals and Personal Care Products in Water
Image June 5, 2020 Featured,NEWS & UPDATES,Slider,Webinars AOAC India

  Pharmaceuticals and personal care products (PPCPs) are gathering increased attention as their presence in wastewater effluents, surface as well as drinking water is elucidated.  Because pharmaceuticals and many personal care products are intended to illicit a biological response by design, their presence in aquatic environment even in very low concentration is a matter of

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Webinar on Measurement Uncertainty in Food Microbiological Testing
Image June 4, 2020 Featured,NEWS & UPDATES,Slider,Webinars AOAC India

  Microbiological testing is carried out for food and feed samples, to determine the quality and safety of the product. In microbiological analysis the result is obtained by counting individual live organisms which are rarely distributed randomly in a food matrix. It is due to these reasons that, there is an uncontrollable ‘variation without a

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Webinar on Foreign Material in Food & Beverage (Investigation & Testing)
Image May 27, 2020 Events,Featured,NEWS & UPDATES,Slider,Webinars AOAC India

The Hazard Analysis and Critical Control Points (HACCP) system classifies risks to consumers into three categories—biological, chemical, and physical—and it emphasizes preventing, reducing, or eliminating high-risk biological hazards. Food safety professionals, as a result of years of education, experience, and audits to the HACCP system, often relegate physical hazards to lower risk status, primarily controlled

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Webinar on Global Regulatory Landscape for Microbiological Testing in Food
Image May 27, 2020 Featured,NEWS & UPDATES,Slider,Webinars AOAC India

  There is growing focus of regulatory agencies across globe to tackle issues related to food safety. Microbiological food safety being an integral part of this wheel, it becomes of prime importance to understand and learn microbiological parameters and controls placed by regulatory agencies in US, EU & key countries in APAC. These learnings will

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Webinar on Rapid Pathogen Testing
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The ability to rapidly detect viable pathogens in food is important for public health and food safety reasons. Culture-based detection methods tend to be laborious, time consuming and slow to provide results. Several culture-independent methods to detect viable pathogens have been reported in recent years, including both ELISA and PCR. Some of these newer methods,

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Webinar on Uncertainty of Measurement in Food Chemical Testing
Image May 22, 2020 Events,Featured,Slider,Webinars AOAC India

  The uncertainty of measurement is the key indicator of the quality of any experimental result. Proper consideration of measurement uncertainty is imperative when testing a sample against the legal/compositional limits. This task could be quite challenging when the entity measured in an investigated sample is so close to the limit, that its uncertainty, however

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