|Model||AC01-25 (25 units), AC01-50 (50 units)|
|Intended purpose||Cleanup column for the analysis of aflatoxins in foodstuffs.|
|Recovery rate||At least 80% when 10 ml of 18% acetonitrile solution containing 5 ng each of aflatoxin B1, B2, G1, or G2 is applied to an AFLAKING column.|
At least 80% when 10 ml of 18% acetonitrile solution containing 5 ng of aflatoxin M is applied to an AFLAKING column.
|Effective lifetime||Approximately 12 months from the date of manufacuture when stored at 8℃|
- Immunoaffinity column (IAC)
An IAC is a column with an antibody immobilized in gel designed for cleanups. An IAC offers outstanding selectivity because it uses the property of the antibody to bond to a specific antigen. It is also able to efficiently recover the target substance, resulting in excellent cleanup capability.
- Aflatoxin analysis
An aflatoxin is a highly virulent mycotoxin that is frequently detected in a wide variety of foodstuffs and animal feeds. Although a large number of aflatoxin-related compounds have been discovered to date, it is aflatoxins B1, B2, G1, G2, and M1 that have presented problems in food safety. Aflatoxin B1, in particular, is known to be extremely carcinogenic when produced in nature.