Bis-diazotized benzidine as a spray reagent for detecting zearalenone on thin layer chromatoplates.

Abstract

Bis-diazotized benzidine is a highly sensitive spray reagent for detecting zearalenone (F-2) in corn samples. As little as 2.0 ng of this Fusarium toxin could be visualized on a thin layer plate after development. In addition, this spray reagent is more specific than the spray reagents currently used for zearalenone.

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@article{Malaiyandi1976BisdiazotizedBA, title={Bis-diazotized benzidine as a spray reagent for detecting zearalenone on thin layer chromatoplates.}, author={M Malaiyandi and Jean Barrette and P L Wavrock}, journal={Journal - Association of Official Analytical Chemists}, year={1976}, volume={59 5}, pages={959-62} }