Rapid Analysis of Patulin Contamination in Apple Juice

Library Number:
APNT10012163
Part Number:
720002410en
Author(s):
James Morphet
Source:
Waters Applications Note
Content Type:
Application Notes
Content Subtype:
Application Notes
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Patulin is a mycotoxin that is produced by several penicillium fungi commonly found on apples. Exposure over time to high levels of patulin may pose a health hazard. Stringent legislative guidelines have been established for the detection of unsafe levels of patulin.This application note describes the analysis of patulin using a solution which is able to exceed the requirements of current worldwide regulations


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