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New in-house method for peptides from allergic proteins
The food safety experts at bilacon Rotterdam have worked on a new method to tackle this problem. The purpose of their work is to develop a new in-house method that ca be used to detect and quantify peptides from allergic proteins in food using a Multiple Reaction Monitoring (MRM) by Liquid Chromatography coupled with tandem Mass Spectrometry for routine laboratories.
The peptides that are currently being analyzed at first, are shown in the table attached.
What is the advantage of this method?
This is the first Allergen Multi method within the Tentamus Group. Here, the customer has the possibility to use a wide spectrum of allergens in one method and to have them examined. The spectrum is always expandable and can be adapted to customer requirements.
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