Study oft the metabolic fate of the mycotoxins T2- and HT-2 toxin in cerealsInfoao.Univ.Prof. Dr. Rainer Schuhmacher

Education in Center for Analytical Chemistry

Currently, the work on two master theses and 16 PhD-theses (dissertations) is carried out at the Center for Analytical Chemistry.

Courses by faculty members of the Center for Analytical Chemistry: 





The lecture "(Bio-) Analytisches Seminar" Nr. 970.003, 1.5 h (see BOKUonline) is taking place in the lecture hall of the IFA-Tulln normally at 11:30h.

17.10.2013Boonpha PhinyoworachotEffect of the Shiitake (Lentinus edodes) extract on mycotoxins production
21.11.2013Roland MartzyUsing a LAMP to bring light into foods: an isothermal DNA amplification
method for detection of the food allergen celery
25.11.2013Katharina KöstlbauerA targeted proteomics approach for the detection of lupin allergens in food products
29.11.2013Awanwee PetchkongkaewThammasat University and the Challenges on Mycotoxins Research
18.12.2013Michael SulyokDevelopment of a sol-gel derived monolithic organically modified silica (ORMOSIL) with a bimodal pore structure:
Synthesis, characterization and chromatographic application (Dissertationsthema)
23.01.2013Preiser ViktoriaDevelopment of aptamers for a rapid detection of aflatoxin in maize
30.01.2014Stefanie PrähoferOptimization of the sample preparation for the detection of lupin allergens via HPLC-MS/MS with Design of Experiments