Food safety laboratories routinely analyze large numbers of complex food samples for hundreds of pesticides, using a targeted acquisition approach based on triple quadrupole mass spectrometry. Quantitation of analytes follows regional government guidelines and requires routine calibration with costly analytical-grade standards. With recent technological breakthroughs, the quantitation suitability of Q-TOF systems has significantly improved, and Q-TOF is growing into a fit-for-purpose platform for laboratories that need simultaneous quantitation of priority targets, and suspect screening for a broader list of pesticides, with a streamlined data analysis workflow.
This presentation will showcase a series of solutions available to help laboratories quickly and efficiently implement new analyses. Free Registration is now open by clicking here.