The method is applicable to raw milk, low fat or skimmed liquid milk and milk powder.
The lowest quantity of AFM1 that can commonly be determined is 2 ng, which corresponds to a limit of quantification close to 0,10 micrograms per litre for liquid milk or dissolved milk powder (for a spot of 20 microlitres).
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