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Journal Highlight: GC-MS based metabolomics for rapid simultaneous detection of E. coli and Salmonella food-borne pathogens in ground beef and chicken

Date: Jun 13, 2011

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A metabolomic-based method for the rapid detection and discrimination of food-borne pathogens used GC/MS with principal components analysis and will be critical to reduce food-related disease outbreaks and product recalls.

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Fire retardants on flood plains: Transfer to soil, grass and cows' milk when rivers flood their banks

Date: Jun 1, 2011

Author: Steve Down

When rivers break their banks and flood neighbouring pasture, polybrominated flame retardants from the sediments contaminate soil in the fields, according to a new UK study, but are not transferred efficiently to the grass or to the milk of grazing cows.

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Gently does it: SIMS of drug-polymer composites separates spectra of individual components

Date: May 15, 2011

Author: Steve Down

A version of secondary ion mass spectrometry, known as gentle-SIMS, has been used to separate the mass spectra of a drug from that of its polymeric carrier matrix in a process likened to chromatographic separation, which can be carried out in real time.

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Journal Highlight: GC/MS based hair steroid profiling may reveal pathogenesis in hair follicles of the scalp

Date: May 9, 2011

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A GC/MS method of steroid profiling, including androgens, progestins, corticoids and sterols, was developed to evaluate the concentrations of steroids as well as the activities of the enzymes responsible for steroidogenesis in hair.

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Decontaminating illicit drug labs: DART speeds up screening

Date: May 1, 2011

Author: Steve Down

A rapid procedure has been established by US government scientists for the detection of illegal drugs on surfaces using ambient mass spectrometry, to ensure decontamination of ex-drug labs before they are made accessible to the public.

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Air flow-assisted ionisation: Novel technique facilitates remote sampling

Date: Apr 15, 2011

Author: Steve Down

Ambient mass spectrometry has been boosted by the development of an air flow-assisted ionisation source which enhanced the capture and transport of charged species and provided sensitive remote sampling in real time.

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Journal Highlight: Progress in SIFT-MS: Breath analysis and other applications

Date: Apr 11, 2011

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The development of selected ion flow tube mass spectrometry (SIFT-MS) is described from the large SIFT instruments used to demonstrate the feasibility of SIFT-MS towards the smaller but bulky transportable instruments and finally to the current smallest instruments that have been located in various places, including hospitals and schools, to obtain on-line breath analyses.

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Chinese ink sticks: Pyrolysing PAHs for differentiating soot sources

Date: Apr 1, 2011

Author: Steve Down

Chinese ink sticks have been differentiated on the basis of their PAH content by pyrolysis-GC/MS, which also detects additives such as fatty acids, and performs far better than GC/MS alone.

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Monkey business: oxygen isotope ratios correlate between hair and bone

Date: Mar 15, 2011

Author: Steve Down

The oxygen isotope ratios of hair and bioapatite from rhesus macaque monkeys show a strong correlation, say UK researchers, allowing one to be used as a substitute for the other when tissues are limited. Climate, altitude and distance from the source of precipitation influence the values.

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Journal Highlight: The evolving field of imaging mass spectrometry and its impact on future biological research

Date: Mar 14, 2011

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The evolution and current state of imaging mass spectrometry (IMS) is discussed and some of the directions that IMS could develop in order to stay on course to become one of the most promising new tools in life science research are outlined.

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