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The study provides insights about the performance profile of rapid methods currently applied for mycotoxin screening. Addressing EU official guidelines, a collaborative exercise was organized to verify the fitness-for-purpose of FPIA, ELISA, LFD, and LC-HRMS screening methods when applied by first time users. Besides method performances, the practicality of the evaluated screening methods is critically discussed herein.
Authors: Veronica M. T. Lattanzio, Christoph von Holst, Vincenzo Lippolis, Annalisa De Girolamo, Antonio F. Logrieco, Hans G. J. Mol, Michelangelo Pascale
Keywords: mycotoxins; screening; validation; immunoassay; mass spectrometry; cereals
This work has received funding form the the EU’s H2020 research and innovation programme under GA No 678781- MycoKey.
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