Analysis of glyphosate residue in liver by UPLC-MS/MS

Last updated on 22-8-2019 by Anonymous (non vérifié)

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Glyphosate (n-(phosphomethyl) glycine) is a non-selective, systemic herbicide absorbed by foliage. It is widely used in agriculture, horticulture and silviculture applications. Due to its high polarity, glyphosate could be adsorbed in the liver of herbivores eating contaminated foliage/cereals. Therefore, it is a molecule/matrix combination to be measured for the MACP of EU. Considering this molecule/matrix combination, we face two major problems. First of all, glyphosate is a very hydrophilic molecule with 4 different pKa and complicate its chromatographic separation which is known to be…

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