Did you miss out on AOAC 2019? Have no fear! Check out our poster sessions below.


How do you make sure your foods are what you think they are and they really came from where you were told? See an example of how combining the correct scientific tests can help protect your food’s integrity.

DNA Microsatellites, Isotope Ratios and Metabolomics: A Multidisciplinary Approach to Better Understand Botanical and Geographic Origin of Wheat, Semolina and Pasta
Authors: Elisa Gritti, Federica Cattapan, Emiliano De Dominicis, John Szpylka, Samim Saner, Giuditta Gambarota

 

 


Applying new tools for assessing the safety and quality of coffee is being done. See a case study on how you can use these tools.

Coffee Integrity and Non-Intentional Added Substances (NIAS) – Case study of mass spectral identification of tetrahydrofuran as a degradation product of 1,4-butanediol contained in compostable coffee capsules.
Authors: Emiliano De Dominicis, Orianna Marcon, Andrea Vittadello, Enrico Nieddu, Silvia Carni, John Szpylka, Eric Gordon, Samim Saner

 

 


No one wants MCPDs in their infant formulas and baby foods. Look here to check if these key foods have these unwanted chemicals.

Optimization, Validation and Accreditation of GC-MS/MS Method for MCPDs and Glycidyl Esters Determination in Baby Food and Infant Formula
Authors: Emiliano De Dominicis, Gianluigi Boschello, Cristina Bona, Michela Casarotto, Giampaolo Perinello, Paolo Matteini, John Szpylka, Pierre Métra, Samim Saner, Mandy

 

 


This method describes an accurate and simple way for the simultaneous analysis of vitamins B1 (thiamine), B2 (riboflavin), B3 (niacinamide), B5 (pantothenate), B6 (pyridoxine), and B9 (folic acid) in fortified energy drinks, as well as liquid and powdered sports beverages by HPLC.

Determination of B Vitamins in Beverages by HPLC
Authors: Ming Gao, Edward Rooney, Sneh Bhandari

 

 


This method is a  LC-MS/MS method for the analysis of three antiviral drug residues, amantadine, rimantadine, mementine, and five antibiotic drug residues, Enrofloxacin, sulfaclozine, sulfaquinoxaline, tilmicosin, trimethoprim in chicken jerky pet treats. Three groups of veterinary drugs were included in this study: Macrolides, sulfonamides and fluoroquinolones, and the method could be readily expanded to include other analytes in these groups.

Determination and Confirmation of Antibiotic and Antiviral Drug Residues in Chicken Jerky Pet Treat
Authors: Wendy Yuan

 

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