Art. No.: RBRP250 / RBRP250B
Molecularly Imprinted Polymer (MIP) columns for use in conjunction with an HPLC for detection of patulin in apple juice and apple purée.
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.
- Simple extraction and test procedure.
- Improved clean-up and concentration of toxin from complex food matrices resulting in reduced chromatography interference.
- The columns are suitable for testing a wide range of commodities.
we now provide the documents for our products in an electronic format which include the Instructions for Use (IFU), Safety Data Sheets (SDS), Application notes and the Certificate of Analysis (CoA). For batches placed on the market after 1st June 2023, you can find our documents on the eIFU portal eifu.r-biopharm.com.
|RBRP250 / RBRP250B
|RBRP250: 10 columns (3 ml format),
RBRP250B: 50 columns (3 ml format)
|A representative sample should be obtained by following an officially recognised sampling procedure. Sample is extracted, filtered and diluted ready for applying to the molecularly imprinted polymer column.
|LOD (Detection Limit)
|Information provided is typical LOD obtained by R-Biopharm. Please note that this is dependant on method, LC conditions and equipment used.
Patulin 0.78 ng/ml
|Available application notes
Methods are available for all matrices covered by legislation as well as additional commodities. Please contact your local R-Biopharm distributor for further information.
|HPLC or LC-MS/MS.