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31-05-2019 | EURL-SRM

IL-IS Distribution Service will not be available from 26/06/2019 - 12/07/2019
Please take this into account in your lab organization.

19-05-2019 | EURL-SRM

Analysis of Dimethoate and Omethoate Metabolites - Method Development and Pilot Monitoring
A QuPPe-based method for 6 highly polar dimethoate metabolites was developed and 1778 market samples were analyzed. The current markers omethoate and dimethoate showed residues ≥0.01 mg/kg in only 4 and 3 cases respectively; the metabolite O-desmethyl-dimethoate in 39 cases (2.2% overall). It thus seems worthwhile considering the inclusion of O-desmethyl-dimethoate as a marker for controlling the proper use of dimethoate.

16-05-2019 | EURL-SRM

Enantioselective Analysis of Lambda- and Gamma-Cyhalothrin
Analysis of Lambda- and Gamma-Cyhalothrin involving QuEChERS Extraction and Enantioselective LC-Separation of RS and SR-Isomers

14-05-2019 | EURL-SRM

QuPPe-PO V10.1
QuPPe-PO V10.1 is now availabe with some important changes

14-05-2019 | EURL-SRM

QuPPe-AO V3.2
QuPPe-AO 3.2 with minor changes now available.

29-03-2019 | EURL-SRM

QuPPe-AO-Method Version 3.1
QuPPe-AO-Method Version 3.1

17-01-2019 | EURL-SRM

QuPPe-AO-Method Version 3
The QuPPe-AO Method has been updated. V3 is now available.

16-01-2019 | EURL-SRM

QuPPe-PO-Method Version 10
The QuPPe-PO Method has been updated. V10 is now available.

16-11-2018 | EURL-SRM

EUPT-SRM14 Website
14th EU proficiency test on pesticide residue analysis requiring single residue methods - Matrix: Bovine Liver

08-01-2018 | EURL-SRM

EUPT-SRM13 Website
13th EU proficiency test on pesticide residue analysis requiring single residue methods - Matrix: Soybeans

 

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