Mass Spectrometry & Spectroscopy
Biopure™: The Gold Standard in Mycotoxin Testing
May 08 2018 Read 1509 Times
High quality reference materials are crucial for accurate and reliable results in any mycotoxin analysis. With over 35 years of experience in this field, Romer Labs® offers the most comprehensive portfolio of mycotoxin testing solutions on the market, establishing the Biopure™ range of products as the gold standard in instrumental analytics.
Biopure™ calibrants are high quality mycotoxin reference materials characterised by independent methods, such as HPLC, NMR and LC-MS/MS, which ensure their identity and purity. All these reference materials are accompanied by certificates, which state the uncertainty of the target analyte and document the traceability of the certified value, all in accordance with ISO Guide 31.
Biopure™ calibrants are available in liquid “ready-to-use” and crystalline forms, and as single calibrants as well as calibrant mixtures. Customised calibrants are available upon request.
The stars of the Biopure™ product line are the fully labeled 13C internal standards for mass spectrometry analysis. These 13C standards are proven to be the most effective tool to correct for matrix effects, thereby compensating for overestimations and underestimations. Because they are chemically similar to the analyte of interest, 13C analogues behave virtually identically in chromatography but differentiate themselves in MS. Recovery losses from sample preparation and ion suppression or enhancement effects in the MS source can thus be eliminated.
These state-of-the-art calibrants are available for all regulated mycotoxins and rely on a patented technology, proprietary to Romer Labs®.
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