Journal of Food Quality / 2017 / Article / Tab 5

Research Article

Determination of Tributyltin in Seafood Based on Magnetic Molecularly Imprinted Polymers Coupled with High-Performance Liquid Chromatography-Inductively Coupled Plasma Mass Spectrometry

Table 5

Summary of molecular imprinting technique based methods for detecting organic tin compounds.

MethodDetectorSamplesAnalysis rangeDetection limitAnalysis time (min)

MISPE [33]GC-FPDSeawater0.05–50.0 ng mL−10.04 ng mL−1<20
MISPE [33]
GC-FPDMussels,
oyster
10–1000 ng g−110.0 ng g−140
MISPE [33]
GC-FPDBiological and environmental samples10.0 ng g−1
MISPE [33]
LC-ICP/
MS
Mussels,
oyster
10–50000 ng g−13.0 ng g−120
MIP [33]LC-MS/
MS
Seawater, mussels0.1–20 μg L−1;
5.0–600.0 ng g−1
0.05 μg L−1;
3.0 ng g−1
40
Fe3O4@MIP [33]LC-MS/
MS
Mussels,
large yellow croaker
5.0–1000.0 ng g−11.0 ng g−1<30
Fe3O4@MIPHPLC-ICP-MSMussels,
Tegillarca granosa,large yellow croaker
5.0–1000.0 ng g−11.0 ng g−1<15

ICP/MS: inductively coupled plasma mass spectrometry; GC-FPD: gas chromatography flame photometric detector; NaMA: sodium methacrylate; MAA: methacrylic acid; PVA: polyvinyl alcohol; MISPE: molecular imprinting solid phase extraction.
Method described in this study.

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