Analysing Bioactive Compounds in Complex Food Matrices

April 19, 2012

E-Separation Solutions

This afternoon session on Analysing Bioactive Compounds in Complex Food Matrices is chaired by Professor Rychlic from the Center Of Food and Life Sciences.

Room B11 (Hall B1)

This afternoon session on Analysing Bioactive Compounds in Complex Food Matrices, chaired by Professor Rychlic from the Center Of Food and Life Sciences, Technical University of Munich, Munich, Germany starts with a talk on Veterinary Drugs in the Environment – New Challenges for Food Safety by Gerd Hamscher from Institute of Food Chemistry and Food Biotechnology at the Justus-Liebig University, Germany followed by a presentation on The Development of Candidate Reference Method for the Simultaneous Quantitation of Boar Taint Compounds in Back Fat by Mathiass Wust from the Institute of Nutrition and Food Science and Bioanlaytics at the University of Bonn, Bonn, Germany.

A discussion on the Modern Analysis of Odorants: A Multifaceted Research Area with High Potential for Application by Andrea Buttner from the Emil Fischer Center, Department of Chemistry and Pharmacy, University of Erlangen-Huremberg, Erlangen, Germany closes the first half of the afternoon session. After a short break Karl-Werner Schramm from the German Research Center for Environmetal Health (GmbH), Institute of Ecological Chemistry, Neuherberg, Germany will present a talk called Complementary Chemical and Biological Analysis of Dioxin-Like Compounds and the session closes with talk on the Formation of Food-borne Toxicants During Heat-Processing by Michael Granvogl from the Technical University of Munich, Freising, Germany.