Analysis of veterinary drugs in meat with UHPLC-MS/MS
17 January 2017
About this webinar
Analysis of veterinary drugs in meat is challenging due to the vast number of disparate analytes and complex matrix. This webinar provided a complete solution including sample extraction using the Enhanced matrix removal (EMR)-Lipid along with a rapid and robust quantitative method using UHPLC-MS/MS for >100 veterinary drugs targeted by the USDA in meat.
In his presentation Tarun discussed an effective sample extraction procedure featuring the Enhanced Matrix Removal (EMR)-Lipid for > 100 veterinary drugs in bovine meat. As a complement to this extraction procedure, and others more traditionally used, he talked about a rapid and sensitive method for veterinary drugs analysis using the UHPLC-MS/MS with low ng/g reporting limits.
Dr. Tarun Anumol – LC-MS Applications Scientist, Market Development Group, Agilent Technologies
Dr Tarun Anumol, LC-MS Applications Scientist, Market Development Group, Agilent Technologies. Dr Anumol obtained his PhD in Environmental Engineering at the University of Arizona working with Dr Shane Snyder in 2014. Tarun also has a Master’s in Civil & Environmental Engineering from Carnegie Mellon University and a Bachelor’s degree in Chemical Engineering from India. His work focuses on developing sensitive analytical techniques using LC-MS technologies for detection of emerging organic contaminants in the Environment and Food.
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