High polarity analytes in food - enrofloxacin and sulfadiazine in bovine tissue (CCQM-K141)


Windust A., McRae G., Meija J., Mester Z., Melanson J. E. , Croft M., et al.

METROLOGIA, cilt.56, no.805, 2019 (SCI İndekslerine Giren Dergi) identifier

Özet

Within the Organic Analysis Working Group (OAWG) of the Comite Consultatif pour la Quantite de Matiere (CCQM), key comparison CCQM-K141 and associated pilot study CCQM-P178 were coordinated by the National Research Council Canada (NRC). This comparison was a Track A key comparison that formed part of the OAWG 10-year strategic plan. The comparison demonstrated capabilities for measuring high-polarity analytes in a high-fat and high-protein matrix. The measurand chosen as the model system was enrofloxacin and sulfadiazine in bovine tissue. Thirteen National Metrology Institutes or Designated Institutes participated in the CCQM-K141, while two National Metrology Institutes participated in CCQM-P178.