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Analysis of trace levels of deoxynivalenol in cow's milk by high pressure liquid chromatography



Analysis of trace levels of deoxynivalenol in cow's milk by high pressure liquid chromatography



Journal of Liquid Chromatography 17(3): 673-683



An HPLC method using UV detection for the analysis of trace levels of deoxynivalenol (DON) in milk is described. For a sample size of 3 ml, the clean-up method included precipitation of milk protein with acetic acid, followed by the additional removal of protein and fat by filtration. The resulting filtrate was eluted through an Extrelut column, followed by a second elution through a charcoal-alumina column.

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DOI: 10.1080/10826079408013168


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