Milk Analysis at IGFS Lab, Queens University Belfast

Recent milk samples, sourced from France, Germany, Italy and Switzerland, have reached the Institute of Global Food Security (IGFS) lab at Queens University Belfast.

Currently undergoing initial preparation steps, these samples are set for instrumental analysis after a thorough clean-up process.

The lab has successfully set up and calibrated analytical methods for polyfluoro’s, polychloro biphenyls, dioxins (furans), and mycotoxins, utilizing LC and GC mass spectrometers.

They have also tested the application of GC-MS/MS (SPME) for volatile organic compounds (VOC’s) in milk samples, aiming to detect various flavor and aroma compounds.

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