Mycotoxins|Immunoaffinity columns|Multi-toxin IAC

Multi-toxin columns

VICAM manufactures immunoaffinity column tests for the simultaneous detection of multiple mycotoxins. They are ideal for a reliable yet cost-effective testing regime.

Myco 6-in-1 is a quantitative method for the simultaneous detection of Aflatoxins, DeOxyNivalenol, Fumonisins, Ochratoxin A, T-2 and HT-2 toxins & Zearalenone. It unites proven monoclonal antibody-based immunoaffinity columns and powerful liquid chromatography, combined with tandem mass spectrometry technologies to provide precise, accurate numerical results.

AOZ HPLC™ columns are the trusted test that employs a single column to simultaneously isolate Aflatoxins B1, B2, G1, G2; Ochratoxin A; and Zearalenone.

Using a monoclonal antibody-based immunoaffinity column and HPLC, this test produces precise, quantitative results in micrograms per kilogram (μg/kg) or parts per billion (PPB).

AflaOchra HPLC™ uses monoclonal antibody based affinity chromatography to isolate aflatoxins B1, B2, G1 and G2 and Ochratoxins.

AflaOchra HPLC™ employs a single column to produce accurate quantitative results when determining both aflatoxin and ochratoxin levels in food commodities.

Using monoclonal antibody based affinity chromatography, AflaOchra HPLC can isolate Aflatoxins B1, B2, G1 and G2 and Ochratoxin A from grain, food, feed, nuts, coffee, beer, grains and feed.

DON-NIV™ WB immunoaffinity columns isolate DON and NIV simultaneously in a single sample extract. Its 3 mL, wide-bore construction delivers flow-through speed to this powerful sample preparation column. Coupled with LC for detection, DON-NIV WB doubles the productivity of traditional laboratory analysis for DON and NIV.

 T-2/HT-2™ HPLC columns will test samples for the presence of both T-2 and HT-2 toxins with a method that is simple, fast, and reliable; detecting down to levels of at least 100ng both reproducibly and accurately.

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