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Title

Integrated analysis of halogenated organic pollutants in sub-millilitre volumes of venous and umbilical cord blood sera.

AuthorsGrimalt, Joan O. ; Howsam, Mike; Carrizo, Daniel; Otero, Raquel; Rodrigues de Marchi, Mary Rosa; Vizcaíno, Esther
KeywordsTrace halogenated organic compounds
Pesticides
Endocrine disruptors
Blood serum
Venous serum
Umbilical cord serum
GC-MS
GC-ECD
Issue Date2010
PublisherSpringer
CitationAnalytical and Bioanalytical Chemistry
Abstractthe samples. Small volumes of reference serum between 50 and 1000 μL were extracted and the limits of detection/ quantification and repeatability were determined. Recoveries of spiked compounds for the extraction of small volumes (≥300 μL) of the spiked reference serum were between 90% and 120%. The coefficients of variation of repeatability ranged from 0.1–14%, depending on the compound. Samples of 4-year-old serum and umbilical cord blood (n=73 and 40, respectively) from a population inhabiting a village near a chloro-alkali plant were screened for the above-mentioned halogenated pollutants using this method and the results are briefly described.
the samples. Small volumes of reference serum between 50 and 1000 μL were extracted and the limits of detection/ quantification and repeatability were determined. Recoveries of spiked compounds for the extraction of small volumes (≥300 μL) of the spiked reference serum were between 90% and 120%. The coefficients of variation of repeatability ranged from 0.1–14%, depending on the compound. Samples of 4-year-old serum and umbilical cord blood (n=73 and 40, respectively) from a population inhabiting a village near a chloro-alkali plant were screened for the above-mentioned halogenated pollutants using this method and the results are briefly described.
Publisher version (URL)http://dx.doi.org/10.1007/s00216-010-3460-y
URIhttp://hdl.handle.net/10261/44160
DOI10.1007/s00216-010-3460-y
ISSN1618-2642
E-ISSN1618-2650
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