QuoData presents factorial design for method validation at European conference

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QuoData presents factorial design for method validation at European conference

QuoData will be in Ghent, Belgium from May 9th to 10th for the EURACHEM Method Validation – Current Practices and Future Challenges Workshop to present a joint research project carried out by QuoData on behalf of the German Office of Consumer Protection and Food Safety (BVL). The presentation will showcase the unique use of a factorial design for an in-house method validation study.

 

QuoData’s team will present the coordinated in-house validation study for a multi-parameter LC-MSMS method for NSAID compound residues in bovine milk. Measurements from the study were carried out according to a factorial design in accordance with EC CD 657-2002 using InterVAL PLUS. Because of the design, it was possible to compare CCα values which offers a number of benefits if patterns are identified.

 

The project proposes an approach that has the potential to reduce the workload of EU laboratories when involved in the validation of analytical methods for numerous analytes and matrices. The project is one of many involving the BVL and QuoData.

 

As a sponsor of the event, QuoData will have a booth set up in the exhibition hall during the two day event. Attendees can meet QuoData there or arrange for a meetup by email: Lerche@quodata.de

 

Other upcoming events and workshops can be found on QuoData’s website: https://quodata.de/en/seminars-and-workshops.html

 

The abstract is available upon request.