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Is the dispersive liquid microextraction method effective for detecting natamycin?

A recent study has shown that the dispersive liquid microextraction method is effective for detecting natamycin in dairy products such as cheese. As well as indirect flame atomic absorption spectrometry and injecting ethanol, trichloroethane and cation, obvious signs of the presence of natamycin in these products were obtained.

VGP, specializing in the manufacture, distribution and sale of Natamycin to major food industries worldwide since 1988.