The 5-day course will provide hands-on training on LC-MS in addition to 3-day course schedule (See 3-day course schedule).
Health risks are associated with consumption of contaminated, adulterated or mislabeled dietary products. These risks include exposure to chemical contaminants including plant toxins, pesticides, mycotoxins, aflatoxins etc. MS and hyphenated techniques such as liquid chromatography–mass spectrometry (LC-MS) are key analytical tools for selective and sensitive determination of contaminants and hidden synthetic chemicals having different pharmacological activities. The participants will receive hands on experience on LC-MS and interpretative analytical skills.
The experts will also discuss sample preparation, method development, characterization, chemical profiling, and data processing, interpretation and reporting using UHPLC-MS. This technique will be useful especially for the confirmation and determination of trace levels of compounds in dietary supplement preparations.
Register before March 30, 2018 and receive a 10% discount “DCM102018”
5-Day course $4995
Fee includes training and registration, lodging, and session materials. Airfare is not included.
A confirmation e-mail will be forwarded after registration is completed.