Find out how to detect and quantify 2,4,6-Trichloroanisole (TCA) at levels well below its sensory threshold using HS-SPME for sample preparation and analysis performed with LECO’s Pegasus BT GC-TOFMS system.
Are you looking for powerful, robust methods to overcome your food analysis challenges? If so, this e-seminar, brought to you by Separation Science in collaboration with Markes International, offers some solutions.
Professor Erich Leitner from Graz Univeristy of Technology in Austria will share his knowledge of wine profiling and how GC/GCMS as analytical tool can help identify the origin of different wines in this upcoming webinar.
In this study, various types of malted rice sake, made from the same manufacturer are analysed for a total of 97 hydrophilic metabolites (e.g. amino acids and organic acids).
In this article, metabolomic profiles of beer were studied and determined using a triple quadrupole GCMS (GCMS-TQ8040) enabling characteristic compounds (e.g. saccharides) to be identified for some types and brands of beer.
This article introduces the use of both LC-MS/MS and GC-MS/MS for targeted metabolomic profiling of wines.
Discover how GC-TOF-MS and GC×GC-TOF-MS technologies can dramatically enhance your applications for food analysis and increase data quality and sample throughput.
This application note examines the metabolomic profile of curries prepared at different locations (i.e. 2 different home locations and a cafeteria) and also investigates the metabolomic changes when the curries were left overnight.
Food testing is an important analytical discipline to characterize the properties of foods and their constituents. Analysts can use different instrument configurations and methods.
The LECO eBook summarizes a large part of LECO’s application work...
Professor Erich Leitner from Graz University of Technology in Austria is a leading expert on food quality and was recently interviewed about his current research. He is a major figure in the local food network, having strong relations with local...
This application note will help you learn how to efficiently determine theanine in various teas using the latest Shimadzu’s Nexera™ Series and explore the use of the series' auto pretreatment function for sample derivatization purposes.
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