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|Title:||Standardization of NIR microscopy spectra obtained from inter-laboratory studies by using a standardization cell|
|Authors:||FERNANDEZ PIERNA Juan Antonio; BOIX SANFELIU Ana; SLOWIKOWSKI Boleslaw; VON HOLST Christoph; MAUTE Oliver; HAN Lujia; AMATO Giuseppina; DE LA ROZA DELGADO Begona; PEREZ MARIN Dolores; LILLEY Gillian; Dardenne Pierre; BAETEN Vincent|
|Citation:||BIOTECHNOLOGIE AGRONOMIE SOCIETE ET ENVIRONNEMENT vol. 17 no. 4 p. 547-555|
|Publisher:||FAC UNIV SCIENCES AGRONOMIQUES GEMBLOUX|
|Type:||Articles in periodicals and books|
|Abstract:||The near-infrared microscope (NIRM) is an instrument that has demonstrated its great ability to detect contaminants not by analyzing a single spectrum but rather by analyzing hundreds or thousands of spectra from individual particles, while at the same time being a non-destructive and easy-to-use technique. It has been used for the detection of meat-and-bone meal (MBM) in compound feeds within the context of the European bovine spongiform encephalopathy (BSE; commonly known as “mad cow disease”) crisis. This study describes, for the first time, an application of NIRM instrument standardization using a measurement cell in an inter-laboratory study conducted within the framework of a qualitative determination of animal proteins in compound feeds, based on spectra obtained with eight instruments. The standardization cell was assessed for its ability to produce good optical matching of the instruments and/or to evaluate instrument performance.|
|JRC Directorate:||Health, Consumers and Reference Materials|
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