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Molecularly Imprinted Polymer (MIP) columns for use in conjunction with an HPLC for detection of patulin in apple juice and apple purée.

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The procedure is based on molecularly imprinted polymer (MIP) technology, which makes the test specific, sensitive, rapid and simple to perform. The columns contain a molecularly imprinted polymer specific to the toxin of interest. Following extraction of the toxin the sample extract is centrifuged, filtered, and passed through the MIP column. Any toxin which is present in the sample is retained by the MIP within the column. The column is washed to remove unbound material and the toxin is then released from the column following elution with solvent. The eluate is collected prior to analysis by HPLC.

Specifications
Art. No. P250 / P250B
Test format 10 wide format MIP columns (P250)
50 wide format MIP columns (P250B)
Detection limit 0.06 ng
Email linkinfo@r-biopharmrhone.com
Files
InstructionsEnglish
Chinese
SDSEASIMIP-PATULIN-P250.V2.pdf (English)
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