AOAC Annual Meeting 2021 Posters

 

AOAC Annual Meeting 2021 Posters
Trace Level Analysis for Dairy Products

[First Time Poster Presenter Winner at the 2021 AOAC Annual meeting]
Sensitive Simultaneous Analysis of Lactose and Lactose Derivatives Contained in Low Lactose Dairy Products Using HPLC-FLD

Sensitive Simultaneous Analysis of Lactose and Lactose Derivatives Contained in Low Lactose Dairy Products Using HPLC-FLD

Lactose intolerance refers to the inability to metabolize lactose resulting in diarrhea or other symptoms. This poster describes a sensitive simultaneous analysis of lactose, allolactose, lactulose and other 6 saccharides....

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Analysis of 3-Monochloropropanediol, 3-MCPD Fatty Acid Ester and Glycidyl Ester in Infant Formula Based on AOAC Official Methods 2018.12

Analysis of 3-Monochloropropanediol, 3-MCPD Fatty Acid Ester and Glycidyl Ester in Infant Formula Based on AOAC Official Methods 2018.12

Monochloropropanediols (MCPDs) are unintentionally produced from edible oils and infant formula. MCPDs are generated from digesting vegetable protein with hydrochloric acid and are formed through heat…

Improving Laboratory Productivity and Operational Efficiency Using LOT/M2M Technology

Improving Laboratory Productivity and Operational Efficiency Using LOT/M2M Technology

In the wake of the Coronavirus global pandemic, several industries and analytical services providers, including food processing facilities, faced the challenge of maintaining operations under critical conditions. In this presentation, we will discuss the use of IoT/M2M technology …

 

 

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