Thermo Fisher Extraction of Total Fat from Food Samples application note

Friday, 01 November, 2013 | Supplied by: Thermo Fisher Scientific



Complete extraction of lipids from food samples can be a time-consuming and labour-intensive process. Ordinarily, techniques that require acidic or alkaline pretreatments can corrode stainless steel cells and pathways of extraction systems; however, a solution for accelerated solvent extraction technology uses a pH-hardened pathway with Thermo ScientificT DioniumT components to prevent this corrosion.

Thermo Scientific has available an application note that explains how the ability to extract these pretreated matrices using accelerated solvent extraction can increase laboratory productivity.

The application note outlines how to increase productivity and reduce extraction costs using an automated flow-through solvent extraction system, plus how to eliminate time-consuming and labour-intensive liquid extractions which are typically used to extract fatty acids after acid hydrolysis.

The application note is available via the Thermo Scientific Knowledge Library: http://info1.thermoscientific.com/content/CMD_KL_Home.

Online: www.thermofisher.com.au
Phone: 1300 735 292
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