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17-05-2022 | EURL-AO

EUPT AO-BF1 Website
EU Proficiency Test on Pesticides - Infant formula Test Material

12-05-2022 | EURL-FV

EURL-FV (2022-T4). Spinosad quantitation strategies.
e-Platform. EURL-FV, puts at your disposal a series of formative tutorials.

08-04-2022 | EURL-AO

EURL AO Workshop and Training 2022
EURL Workshop and Training Day 2022

04-02-2022 | EURL-SRM

Analysis of Meptyldinocap by QuEChERS followed by alkaline hydrolysis and LC-MS/MS measurement
A simple and sensitive method for the analysis of Meptyldinocap and 2,4-DNOP is presented, either individually or as a sum, following transformation of Meptyldinocap to 2,4-DNOP under alkaline conditions. The procedure involves QuEChERS or QuOil extraction and LC- MS/MS measurement in ESI negative mode either directly or after alkaline hydrolysis.

04-02-2022 | EURL-SRM

Analysis of the Folpet degradant Phthalimide and the Captan degradant Tetrahydrophthalimide by QuEChERS and LC-MS/MS
A new simple and highly sensitive method for the analysis of PI and THPI was developed based on QuEChERS extraction and LC-MS/MS using ESI positive mode.

31-01-2022 | EURL-SRM

Intermediate analytical observations as regards of the analysis of Propineb as Propylenediamine following reductive cleavage with HCl/SnCl2 and measurement via ion-pair LC-MS/MS
A method for the analysis of propineb residues was developed which starts with the traditional reductive cleavage with HCl/SnCl2 to CS2 and 1,2-diamonopropane (PDA), followed by a QuEChERS-like step under alkaline conditions and measurement via ion-pair LC-MS/MS

05-01-2022 | EURL-CF

Workshop 2022
Workshop dates for 2022

04-01-2022 | EURL-AO

Validation and determination of pesticide residues in (offal and) fish samples
Validation and monitoring report

31-12-2021 | EURL-FV

EUPT-FV-SM14
European Proficiency Test in Fruits and Vegetables Screening Method 14

 

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The concept of the EU Reference Laboratories (EURLs, former CRLs) and National Reference Laboratories (NRLs) is layed down in the Regulation (EC) No 882/2004 of the European Parliament and of the Council. The overall objective of the EURLs and NRLs is to improve the quality, accuracy and comparability of the results at official control laboratories.

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