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Estimation of patulin in fresh and preserved fruits

Revista Cubana de Alimentacion y Nutricion 5(2): 77-81
Estimation of patulin in fresh and preserved fruits
The mycotoxin patulin was estimated by a modification of the method recommended by the US Association of Official Analytical Chemists in 1990 in 230 samples of fresh and preserved fruits obtained in Cuba. Detection limit was 30 micro g/kg. Preserved fruits had the highest values, up to 237 micro g/kg.

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