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Poster Session 2 (Food science/Tools)

Thursday, September 6:  Studies in food science / Tools for speciation

Posters are a very important tool for communicating results of research studies towards the audience of the workshop. During the second poster session posters related to the development of methods and techniques and studies in the area of food science are displayed. Poster authors should be present in front of their poster during the poster viewing time (15:40-16:40). Participants do have the opportunity to visit the poster hall during the whole day.


Poster  Abstract Titel Authors and affiliation of the presenter
PO 2.1
Mercury speciation in shell fishes from Korea
Cheolho Yoon, Hyeon Yoon and Yun-Cheol Na (Seoul Center, Korea Basic Science Institute)
PO 2.2
Assessment of the heavy metals in the food from Romania, 2005 - 2006
Carmen Hura and B. A. Hura (Institute of Public Health, Iasi, Romania)
PO 2.3
Methylmercury determination in fish samples by GC-ICP-MS and species-specific isotope dilution
Stefan Trümpler, Reinhard Kruse, Wolfgang Frech and Wolfgang Buscher (University of Münster, Germany)
PO 2.4
Extraction behavior and speciation of arsenic in Wakame
Regina Kirsch and Jürgen Mattusch (Helmholtz Centre for Environmental Research – UFZ, Leipzig, Germany)
PO 2.5
Determination of methylmercury in fish muscle by GC-AFS
Rostislav Červenka, Josef Komárek and Veronika Czibulková (Masaryk University, Brno, Czech Republic)
PO 2.6
Arsenic and its species in total diet supplied from Slovenian Forces
Vekoslava Stibilj, Zdenka Šlejkovec, Zdenka Trkov and Barbara Orešnik (Jožef Stefan Institute, Ljubljana, Slovenia)
PO 2.7
Determination of butyltin species in seafood samples by ultrasonic probe extraction and isotope dilution analysis by GC-MS
M. Sánchez, M. Hidalgo, D. Sánchez-Rodas and J. L. Gómez-Ariza (University of Girona, Girona, Spain)
PO 3.1A new peroxidase POX1B, biochemical characterization, suitable biosensor for hydrogen peroxide detection in biological samplesEl Ichi Sarra, Abdelghani Adnane, Hadji Imene, Helali Salwa, Limam Farid and Marzouki M. Nejib (INSAT, Tunis)
PO 3.2Use of a microwave plasma torch coupled to electrochemical hydride generation for the optical emission spectrometric determination of AsMartin Amberger and José A. C. Broekaert (University of Hamburg, Germany)
PO 3.3Enzymatic probe sonication treatment in cadmium plants determinationA.M. Mota, T. Armas, F. Vilhena, J.L. Capelo and M.L. Goncçalves (Instituto Superior Técnico, Lisboa, Portugal)
PO 3.4Role of dynamic metal speciation and membrane permeability in the metal flux at permeation liquid membranesZeshi Zhang and Jacques Buffle (University of Geneva, Switzerland)
PO 3.5Influence of inorganic complexes on the transport of trace metals through PLMStéphane Bayen, Peggy Gunkel-Grillon and Jacques Buffle (Université de Genève, Switzerland)
PO 3.6Vanadium speciation by chromatographic separation of V(IV) and V(V) in acidic solution followed by ICP-OES determinationPaul Coetzee and Mingsong Hu (University of Johannesburg, South Africa)
PO 3.7Isoelectric focussing of small metal-speciesGünther Weber, Helma Geltenpoth and Heiko Hayen (Institute for Analytical Sciences, Dortmund, Germany)
PO 3.8Speciation of mercury and organomercury compounds by high performance liquid chromatography/electrospray ionization mass spectrometryYun-Cheol Na, Hyeon Yoon, Cheolho Yoon and Jung-Ju Seo (Korea Basic Science Institute, Sungbuk-Gu, Korea)
PO 3.9Determination of methyl mercury of biological samples by SPME-GC-ICP-MSBurkhard Knopf, Mirko Peitzsch, Daniel Kremer and Helmut König (Johannes Gutenberg University, Mainz, Germany)
PO 3.10Different extraction procedures comparison for the evaluation of antimony mobility in soils from an abandoned Sb-mining areaGiovanna Armiento, Cinzia Crovato, Elisa Nardi, Renata Pacifico and Elisa Petrini (ENEA, Roma, Italy)
PO 3.11Application of mercury determination by Zeeman atomic absorption spectroscopy in forensic analysisEgils Bogans, Zanda Gavare, Natalia Zorina and Gatis Bebris (University of Latvia, Riga, Latvia)
PO 3.12Selective ionophore-based optical sensor for metal ion measurement in aqueous environmentsLi Li and Fiona Regan (Dublin City University, Ireland)
PO 3.13Minimization of systematic errors in ultra trace analysis of mercury species with FI-CV-AFSLena Harwardt, Kerstin Leopold and Michael Schuster (Technische Universität München, Germany)
PO 3.14Head-space solid-phase microextraction of butyl- and phenyltin compounds in human urine after derivatisation with sodium tertaethylborate and subsequent determination by capillary gas chromatography with microwave-induced plasma atomic emission and mass spectrometric detectorsGeorge A. Zachariadis and Erwin Rosenberg (Aristotle University,
Thessaloniki, Greece)
PO 3.15Hyphenation of capillary LC with ICP-MS and on-line micro fraction collection for MALDI-TOF analysis as complementary tools for protein analysisDaniel Pröfrock and Andreas Prange (GKSS Research Centre Geesthacht, Germany)
PO 3.16Multiplexed probing of cytochromes P450 using laser ablation inductively coupled plasma mass spectrometry (LA-ICP-MS)A. Venkatachalam, C. U. Koehler, I. Feldmann, J. Messerschmidt, A. Manz, P. H. Roos and N. Jakubowski ( ISAS, Dortmund, Germany)
PO 3.17Identification of arsenobetaine degradation products by means of HPLC - parallel ICPMS- and ESIMS-detectionJürgen Mattusch, Daniela Möller, Maria P. Elizalde-Gonzalez and Rainer Wennrich, (UFZ - Centre for Environmental Research, Leipzig, Germany)
PO 3.18Evaluation of enzymatic-assisted extraction protocols for the analysis of total arsenic and arsenic species from individual leaves of terrestrial plants by means of IC/ICPMS and ICPAESK. Kutschera, A. C. Schmidt, J. Mattusch and M. Otto (Helmholtz Centre for Environmental Research – UFZ, Leipzig, Germany)
PO 3.19Speciation of alkylphenols after labeling with ferroceneNina Kolbe and Jan T. Andersson (University of Münster, Germany)
PO 3.20Application of nuclear instrumentation methods for the characterization of diffusion membranesZ. Tosheva and D. Klein (University of Luxembourg)
PO 3.21Determination of the surface coverage of DNA conjugated gold nanoparticles by simultaneous determination of gold and phosphorusAndy Scheffer, Thorben Pfeiffer, B. Yamilet Mejia-Radillo, Ernesto Carillo-Nava, Hans-Jürgen Hinz and Wolfgang Buscher (University of Münster, Germany)
PO 3.22Automated multiple determination of Hg-species in marine biota by GC-CVAFS after TMAH digestion and solvent strippingReinhard Kruse (Lower Saxony Federal State Office for Consumer Protection and Food Safety)
PO 3.23SC-FAST: Fully automated low pressure systems for performing trace elemental speciation by ICP-MSDan Wiederin, Paul Watson and Patrick Sullivan (Elemental Scientific, Omaha, U.S.A.)
PO 3.24Investigation of diffusive gradients in thin films technique applicability for mercury speciation measurementsPavel Diviš, LukᚠBrulík and Hana Dočekalová (Brno University of Technology, Brno, Czech Republic)
PO 3.25Potential for the speciation of Al in human serum using convective interaction media (CIM) fast monolithic chromatography with ICP-MS and cap nano LC ESI-MS detectionSimona Murko, Radmila Milačič, Janez Ščančar and Bogdan Kralj (Jožef Stefan Institute, Ljubljana,
Slovenia)
PO 3.26Comparison of external calibration and isotope dilution in the determination of tributyltin (TBT) in seafood by GC-ICP-MSStig Valdersnes, Amund Maage, Berit Solli and Kåre Julshamn (National Institute of Nutrition and Seafood Research, Bergen, Norway)
PO 3.27Focused-microwave assisted extractions for speciation of Hg, Sn, Cr and As from environmental samplesJaime Pacheco-Arjona, Pablo Rodríguez-González, Sylvain Bouchet, David Amoroux, Fabienne Seby, David Braclay and Olivier X. Donard  (Chimie Analytique Bioinorganique et Environnement , Pau, France)
PO 3.28Spray chamber optimization for the coupling of CE to ICP-MSBjörn Meermann, Andy Scheffer, Marc Bartel, Martin Vogel and Uwe Karst (University of Münster, Germany)
PO 3.29Single cell quantification of platinum in Chinese hamster ovary cells treated with cis-paltinum (cis-diamminechloroplatinum(II)) using LA-ICP-MS: A new tool for the comparative analysis of single CHO-9 cells by LA-ICP-MS and optical microscopySebastian D. Müller, Alfred V. Hirner and Wolfgang Goedecke ( University Duisburg-Essen, Essen, Germany)
PO 3.30Determination of germanium sesquioxide (Ge-132) by gas chromatography with microwave-induced plasma atomic emission after derivatisationEvaggelia Tzannetou, Nikolaos S. Thomaidis and Erwin Rosenberg (Vienna University of Technology, Vienna, Austria)
PO 3.31New approach of transmission electron microscopy coupled with EDXS for heavy metal speciation in environmental/biological materialsV.P. Singh, Saurabh Verma, Vinod Kumar Tarar and Sashi N. Kumar (Indian Council of Medical Research, New Delhi, India)
PO 3.32Analysis of arsenic compounds by CE/ESI-ToF-MS and CE/ICP-MSMarc Bartel and Björn Meermann, Andy Scheffer, Martin Vogel and Uwe Karst (University of Münster, Münster, Germany)





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Final program
 The final program is available as a PDF for downloading.

Last minute changes !

Please recognize that the opening of the workshop had to be shifted 15 min earlier than previously announced (September 5, 8:15) !

Poster sessions
Due to the large number of posters submitted in the "Tools" section we had to change the composition of the two sessions: During poster session I  posters with numbers PO 1.x/PO 4.x and during the poster session II posters with numbers PO 2.x/PO 3.x will be displayed.

Short Course
Registration for the Short Course is mandatory. A registration form can be found here: Registration form for the Short Course

Scientific Program
Abstracts of the oral presentations are now available for downloading from the web site of the scientific programme.

More than 80 Posters will be displayed during two poster sessions. Abstracts are now available on the web site for the Poster Session I and the Poster Session II.





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