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Mycotoxins-C13 and D

The use of deuterated and 13C-labeled mycotoxin standards is crucial in analytical chemistry for several reasons. Firstly, these isotopically labeled standards improve the accuracy and precision of quantitative analysis by compensating for matrix effects and signal suppression/enhancement during mass spectrometry. Secondly, they serve as internal standards, providing a reliable reference that closely mimics the behavior of the target mycotoxins under identical experimental conditions. This ensures more consistent and reproducible results. Thirdly, the use of such standards facilitates method validation and inter-laboratory comparison, enhancing the reliability of analytical methods across different settings. Moreover, deuterated and 13C standards aid in the identification and quantification of trace levels of mycotoxins in complex matrices, improving the sensitivity of detection methods. Lastly, they are essential for accurate risk assessment and regulatory compliance, ensuring food and feed safety by enabling precise monitoring of mycotoxin contamination.

1217449-45-0

Aflatoxin B1 13C17

1217449-45-0
1217470-98-8

Aflatoxin B2 13C17

1217470-98-8
1217444-07-9

Aflatoxin G1 13C17

1217444-07-9
1217462-49-1

Aflatoxin G2 13C17

1217462-49-1
NA

BMAA D3

NA
911392-36-4

Deoxynivalenol 13C15

911392-36-4
1217458-62-2

Fumonisin B1 13C34

1217458-62-2
1217481-36-1

Fumonisin B2 13C34

1217481-36-1
1486469-92-4

HT-2 Toxin 13C22

1486469-92-4
NA

Microcystine LR D7

NA
852403-68-0

(E)-Metaflumizone

852403-68-0
911392-42-2

Ochratoxine A 13C20

911392-42-2
1353867-99-8

Patuline 13C7

1353867-99-8
NA

T2 Toxin 13C24

NA
911392-43-3

Zearalenone 13C18

911392-43-3