New analytical kit format of RIDASCREEN FAST Folic Acid

New analytical kit format of RIDASCREEN FAST Folic Acid

Agricultural Sciences / Nutrition & Food Sciences / Agro-Food

March 08, 2016

RIDASCREEN®FAST Folsäure (Folic Acid) is an enzyme immunoassay for the fast determination of added folic acid in milk, milk powder, food for special medical purpose, grain and cereals, fortified flour, vitamin powder, -mixture, -tablets, and vitamin juice using a simplified sample preparation.

Benefits:

  • Efficient: RIDASCREEN®FAST Folsäure (Folic Acid) shares the identical sample buffer and sample preparation procedure with the new RIDASCREEN®FAST Vitamin B12 (Art. No. 2103), therefore only one sample weigh-out, one easy and fast sample preparation are required for two analyses (Folic Acid and Vitamin B12)
  • Convenient: Milk and juice samples can be inserted directly on the microtiter plate, depending on the vitamin content
  • Complete: All reagents required for the enzyme immunoassay  - including standards - are contained in the test kit
  • Fast: Generate results in less than 1 h
  • Precise: Reproducible and quantitative results with high sensitivity
  • Validation data available
  • Easy data evaluation: RIDA®Soft Win / RIDA®Soft Win.net version 1.94 or newer
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Thermometric titration is fast, simple to use, rugged, versatile and unique.
In thermometric titration, the temperature change during a chemical reaction is used for the endpoint detection. This temperature change takes place only while the titrant reacts with the analyte. This makes endpoint detection very easy!
Consequently, the thermometric titrator is the ideal solution for difficult samples with complex matrices that cannot be titrated potentiometrically.

 

 

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Mycotoxins in Edible Oils

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Currently maximum levels are set for various mycotoxins including aflatoxins, ochratoxin A, patulin and the Fusarium toxins (deoxynivalenol, zearalenone and fumonisins) /Commission Regulation (EC) No.1881/2006.

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