What is electrochemical detection and what are its applications?

Electrochemical detection (ECD) for HPLC or UHPLC / UPLC is an extremely selective and sensitive detection technique that is applied in several analyses such as the neurotransmitters dopamine, serotonin and noradrenalin, or analytes such as 5HIAA, catecholamines and metanephrines. ECD has an enormous linear dynamic range of more than 6 orders of magnitude. This means that concentrations can be measured as low as 50 pmole/L and as high as 100 µmol/L or more.

QuEChERS Columns For Multi-Mycotoxin Analysis

LC Tech are launching a brand-new product and as their UK distributor you can purchase these through Verulam Scientific. The CrossTOX® columns by LCTech allow a high efficient sample clean-up of all regulated plus expected mycotoxins. At the same time, the columns improve the conventional dilute-and-shoot process via an QuEChERS based procedure: