High quality calibrants are a must for accurate and reliable results in any analysis.
Under the brand Biopure™, Romer Labs® offers the broadest range of reference materials and quality control materials for accurate and reliable analysis results currently available on the market.
These high-quality products are available in crystalline or liquid form for mycotoxins, residues, and contaminants. The product range is completed by internal standards, a range of stable, fully isotope labeled 13C standards in a ready-to-go liquid form. Furthermore, Romer Labs® offers quality control materials for specific mycotoxins in different matrices.
Biopure™ calibrants are high quality mycotoxin reference materials characterized by appropriate independent methods, like HPLC, NMR and LC-MS/MS. This ensures the identity and purity of the reference materials. Created in accordance to ISO Guide 31, produced according to ISO Guide 34, fully labeled 13C internal standards for mass spectrometry analysis comply with all requirements of ISO 17025 Biopure™ quality control materials intended for method validation purposes and for the control of the performance of an analytical method.
Biopure™ calibrants for melamine are high quality reference materials characterized by appropriate independent methods, like HPLC, NMR and LC-MS/MS to ensure their identity and purity. The melamine reference materials are accompanied by certificates, created in accordance to ISO Guide 31.
Romer Labs® offers a broad range of plant toxin reference materials under the brand name Biopure™. Calibrants are avaliable for tropane alkaloids, including atropine and scopolamine and for some pyrrolizidine alkaloids. Biopure™ calibrants for plant toxins cover a group of alkaloids and are high quality reference materials characterized by appropriate independent methods (HPLC, NMR and LC-MS/MS) to ensure their identity and purity. The plant toxin reference materials are accompanied by certificates, created in accordance to ISO Guide 31.
LGC Allergen Reference Material are a collection of five individual allergenic materials: almond, egg, hazelnut, milk and walnut as well as the first ever multi-allergen reference material: a chocolate dessert matrix incurred with the five allergens previously mentioned. They are provided with a certificate stating their uncertainty and their metrological traceability to the SI.