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NEN-EN 16924:2015 Ontw. en

Foodstuffs - Determination of zearalenone in edible vegetable oils by LC-FLD or LC-MS/MS

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Status Withdrawn
Number of pages 27
Committee Voedingsmiddelenanalyse - Horizontale methoden
Published on 01-10-2015
Language English
NEN-EN 16924 describes a procedure for the determination of the zearalenone content in edible vegetable oils specifically maize germ oil by either of the following techniques: High performance liquid chromatography with fluorescence detection (LC-FLD) or high performance liquid chromatography with tandem mass spectrometry (LC-MS/MS) after basic extraction of the diluted oil. The method has been validated for zearalenone in naturally contaminated maize germ oil at levels of 61,2 μg/kg to 515 μg/kg [5]. Laboratory experiences [6] have shown that this method is also applicable to other vegetable oils such as wheat germ oil (n = 4), sunflower oil (n = 5), pumpkin seed oil (n = 1), soybean oil (n = 5), hemp seed oil (n = 5), rape seed oil (n = 11), and mixed oils including maize germ oil (n = 3). However occasionally, samples can result in interferences in the FLD-chromatograms. In this case, the detection with MS/MS is recommended.

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ICS-code 67.200.10
Dutch title Voedingsmiddelen - Bepaling van zearalenon in eetbare plantaardige oliƫn, met LC-FLD of LC-MS/MS
English title Foodstuffs - Determination of zearalenone in edible vegetable oils by LC-FLD or LC-MS/MS
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