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New application note: LC-MS/MS analysis of DSP toxins

publication date: Nov 30, 2020
author/source: YMC Europe GmbH


Okadaic acid is diarrhetic toxin (DSP) which can be found in shellfish. Due to its inhibitory effects towards specific protein phosphatases it is a promising compound for various potential medical uses.

This application note shows the LC-MS/MS analysis of okadaic acid and its derivates with different YMC-Triart phases. All phases are suitable for the separation of these compounds with high resolution. The different selectivities of the YMC-Triart family generate the optimum results for specific demands: from excellent resolution to short analysis times.

Furthermore, the YMC-Triart family is the ideal starting point to develop highly sensitive methods including LC-MS/MS.

Download the application note to get the full application details.


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