Health for humans, animals & plants

Analysis of triphenylmethane dyes in fish and fish products

The laboratory training for triphenylmethane color residues takes place in our AGES National Reference Laboratory (NRL) at the Institute for Food Safety Innsbruck. Relevant validation criteria, sample homogenization procedures as well as residue analysis with a self-developed and validated LC-MS/MS method will be clearly presented and offer the opportunity to gain practical experience. Content In this course week, in addition to theoretical knowledge and analytical expertise, legal principles and quality-relevant parameters in an accredited laboratory are presented. Validation and analytical method performance criteria according to Commission Directive 2002/657/EC will be of particular importance. Detailed method development approaches and experiences from routine analysis of TPM dyes in fish and fish products will give the trainee a comprehensive picture on this topic. Target group

  • analysts
  • Laboratory personnel
  • Heads of laboratories
  • Users from the field of food and feed analysis with knowledge of analytical chemistry and instrumental analysis.

Limitation of Participation Five-day standard course for max. four persons Date on request Location AGES GmbH Technikerstrasse 70 | A-6020 Innsbruck, Austria Responsible for content Clemens Jaitner, PhD Institute for Food Safety Innsbruck National Reference Laboratory for Pesticide Residues, AGES Fee on request

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