Spot On: Mycotoxin Reference Materials: How Do You Measure Your Measurements?

7 things you absolutely need to know about mycotoxin reference materials.

Food and feed producers need accurate, reliable results to keep their products mycotoxin-free. The analytical labs that support them invest heavily in equipment, expertise and science to provide them with the most precise results possible.
But how do labs keep their results honest? In other words, how do they measure their measurements?
In this issue of Spot On, the mycotoxin experts at Romer Labs discuss the crucial role that reference materials play in ensuring the accuracy of measurements from highly sensitive devices such as LC-MS/MS.

In this issue: 

  • 7 things you need to know about mycotoxin reference materials
  • Mycotoxin reference materials: the math behind the measurements
  • Certified reference materials – why they’re important


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