Symbiotic Research in Action

Our team have published in the following pres­ti­gious journals:

  • Anal. Chem.
  • Journal of Sepa­ra­tion Sciences
  • LC-GC Maga­zine
  • Journal of Chro­matog­raphy A
  • Journal of Chro­matog­raphy B
  • Journal of Analyt­ical and Bioan­a­lyt­ical Chemistry
  • Journal of Analytica Chimica Acta
  • Elec­trophoresis
  • Amer­ican Chem­ical Society
  • Xeno­bi­otica
  • Annual Meeting of Amer­ican Asso­ci­a­tion for Cancer Research (AACR)
  • Asso­ci­a­tions of Offi­cials in Analyt­ical Chem­istry (AOAC)
  • Journal of Phar­ma­ceu­tical and Biomed­ical Analysis (JPBA)
  • Ency­clo­pedia of Agrochemicals
  • Journal of Pesti­cide Science
  • Journal of Agri­cul­tural and Food Chemistry
  • Journal of Envi­ron­mental Research
  • Journal of Envi­ron­mental Science and Technology
  • Journal of Toxi­cology and Envi­ron­mental Health
  • Journal of Science of the Total Environment
  • Journal of Envi­ron­mental Moni­toring & Assessment
  • Journal of Archives of Envi­ron­mental Cont­a­m­i­na­tion and Toxicology
  • Journal of Food Addi­tives & Contaminants
  • Journal of Natural Products
  • Journal of Wildlife Disease

Selected Publications

  • Alexander J. Krynitsky, Jon W. Wong, Kai Zhang, Hudan Safar­pour. Impor­tant Consid­er­a­tions Regarding Matrix Effects When Devel­oping Reli­able Analyt­ical Residue Methods Using Mass Spec­trom­etry” LC-GC North America, Volume 35, Issue 7, pages 444 – 451, July 01, 2017 (http://​www​.chro​matog​ra​phy​on​line​.com/​i​m​p​o​r​t​a​n​t​-​c​o​n​s​i​d​e​r​a​t​i​o​n​s​-​r​e​g​a​r​d​i​n​g​-​m​a​t​r​i​x​-​e​f​f​e​c​t​s​-​w​h​e​n​-​d​e​v​e​l​o​p​i​n​g​-​r​e​l​i​a​b​l​e​-​a​n​a​l​y​t​i​c​a​l​-​r​e​s​i​d​u​e​-​m​e​t​h​o​d​?​p​a​g​eID=1)
  • Safar­pour, H., Connolly P., Tong X.J., Bielawski, M., and Wilcox E. Over­coming extractability hurdles of a 14C-labled taxane analogue-milataxel and its metabo­lite from xenograft mouse tumor and brain tissues.” Journal of Phar­ma­ceu­tical and Biomed­ical Analysis (49)3, 774 – 9 (2009).
  • Safar­pour, H., Tong, X., Bielawski, M., Holton, R., and Wilcox, H. Concen­tra­tion of Milataxel (MAC-321, TL-139) and its major metabo­lite (M‑10) in xenograft tumors from mice dosed orally and intra­venously.” Proceed­ings of 97th AACR, April 2006.
  • Harris, N., Griffin, M., Turner, K., Safar­pour, H., Wilcox, E., Boddy, A. Metab­o­lism of the oral taxane TL310 in vitro and in a Phase I study.” Proceed­ings of 100th Annual Meeting of Amer­ican Asso­ci­a­tion for Cancer Research (AACR), April 2009.
  • Ohba, K., Minoura, M., Picard, G., and Safar­pour, H. Method for the deter­mi­na­tion of imazamox and its two hydroxy and glucose conju­gate metabo­lites in adzuki beans by capil­lary elec­trophoresis.” Journal of Pesti­cide Science, 22(4), 277 – 81 (1997).
  • Safar­pour, H., Asiaie R. Capil­lary Elec­trophoresis (CE)-Its Appli­ca­tion to Pesti­cide Analysis.” Ency­clo­pedia of Agro­chem­i­cals, 2001, John Weily & Sons.
  • Safar­pour, H., Asiaie R. Deter­mi­na­tion of Glyphosate as cross-cont­a­m­i­nant in a commer­cial herbi­cide by capil­lary elec­trophoresis-elec­tro­spray ioniza­tion-mass spec­trom­etry.” Elec­trophoresis 26(7 – 8), 1562 – 6 (2005).
  • Safar­pour, H., Asiaie R. Quan­ti­taive analysis of imazamox herbi­cide in envi­ron­mental water samples by capil­lary elec­trophoresis elec­tro­spray ioniza­tion mass spec­trom­etry.” Journal of Chro­matog­raphy A, 1036(2), 217 – 222 (2004).
  • Impor­tant Consid­er­a­tions Regarding Matrix Effects When Devel­oping Reli­able Analyt­ical Residue Methods Using Mass Spec­trom­etry; Krynitsky, AJ, Wong, JW, Zhang, K, Safar­pour, H. LCGC North America 2017 July; 35(4) 444 – 51
  • A Collab­o­ra­tive Study: Deter­mi­na­tion of Myco­toxins in Corn, Peanut Butter, and Wheat Flour Using Stable Isotope Dilu­tion Assay (SIDA) and Liquid Chro­matog­raphy-Tandem Mass Spec­trom­etry (LC-MS/MS). Zhang K, Schaab MR, South­wood G, Tor ER, Aston LS, Song W, Eitzer B, Majumdar S, Lapainis T, Mai H, Tran K, El-Demer­dash A, Vega V, Cai Y, Wong JW, Krynitsky AJ, Begley TH. J Agric Food Chem. 2017 Jan 3. doi: 10.1021/acs.jafc.6b04872.
  • Perspec­tive on Advancing FDA Regu­la­tory Moni­toring for Myco­toxins in Foods using Liquid Chro­matog­raphy and Mass Spec­trom­etry (Review). Zhang K, Wong JW, Krynitsky AJ, Truck­sess MW. J AOAC Int. 2016 Jul;99(4):890 – 4. doi: 10.5740/jaoacint.16 – 0116.
  • Simul­ta­neous deter­mi­na­tion of cosmetics ingre­di­ents in nail prod­ucts by fast gas chro­matog­raphy with tandem mass spec­trom­etry. Zhou W, Wang PG, Witten­berg JB, Rua D, Krynitsky AJ. J Chro­matogr A. 2016 May 13;1446:134 – 40. doi: 10.1016/j.chroma.2016.04.003.
  • Deter­mi­na­tion of methylisoth­ia­zoli­none and methylchloroisoth­ia­zoli­none in cosmetic prod­ucts by ultra high perfor­mance liquid chro­matog­raphy with tandem mass spec­trom­etry. Witten­berg JB, Canas BJ, Zhou W, Wang PG, Rua D, Krynitsky AJ. J Sep Sci. 2015 Sep;38(17):2983 – 8. doi: 10.1002/jssc.201500365.
  • Effect of sample dilu­tion on matrix effects in pesti­cide analysis of several matrices by liquid chro­matog­raphy-high-reso­lu­tion mass spec­trom­etry. Yang P, Chang JS, Wong JW, Zhang K, Krynitsky AJ, Bromirski M, Wang J. J Agric Food Chem. 2015 Jun 3;63(21):5169 – 77. doi: 10.1021/jf505168v.
  • Sesquiter­penoid tropolone glyco­sides from Liriosma ovata. Ma J, Pawar RS, Grundel E, Mazzola EP, Ridge CD, Masaoka T, Le Grice SF, Wilson J, Beutler JA, Krynitsky AJ. J Nat Prod. 2015 Feb 27;78(2):315 – 9. doi: 10.1021/np5006696.
  • Mass spec­tro­metric analysis of phar­ma­ceu­tical adul­ter­ants in prod­ucts labeled as botan­ical dietary supple­ments or herbal reme­dies: a review. Vaclavik L, Krynitsky AJ, Rader JI. Anal Bioanal Chem. 2014 Nov;406(27):6767 – 90. doi: 10.1007/s00216-014‑8159‑z. Review.
  • Deter­mining myco­toxins in baby foods and animal feeds using stable isotope dilu­tion and liquid chro­matog­raphy tandem mass spec­trom­etry. Zhang K, Wong JW, Krynitsky AJ, Truck­sess MW. J Agric Food Chem. 2014 Sep 10;62(36):8935 – 43. doi: 10.1021/jf503943r.
  • Deter­mi­na­tion of prostaglandin analogs in cosmetic prod­ucts by high perfor­mance liquid chro­matog­raphy with tandem mass spec­trom­etry. Witten­berg JB, Zhou W, Wang PG, Krynitsky AJ. J Chro­matogr A. 2014 Sep 12;1359:140 – 6. doi: 10.1016/j.chroma.2014.07.032.
  • Quan­tifi­ca­tion of aris­tolochic acids I and II in herbal dietary supple­ments by ultra-high-perfor­mance liquid chro­matog­raphy-multi­stage frag­men­ta­tion mass spec­trom­etry. Vaclavik L, Krynitsky AJ, Rader JI. Food Addit Contam Part A Chem Anal Control Expo Risk Assess. 2014;31(5):784 – 91. doi:
  • Targeted analysis of multiple phar­ma­ceu­ti­cals, plant toxins and other secondary metabo­lites in herbal dietary supple­ments by ultra-high perfor­mance liquid chro­matog­raphy-quadru­pole-orbital ion trap mass spec­trom­etry. Vaclavik L, Krynitsky AJ, Rader JI. Anal Chim Acta. 2014 Jan 31;810:45 – 60. doi: 10.1016/j.aca.2013.12.006.
  • Deter­mi­na­tion of multiple myco­toxins in dietary supple­ments containing green coffee bean extracts using ultra­high-perfor­mance liquid chro­matog­raphy-tandem mass spec­trom­etry (UHPLC-MS/MS). Vaclavik L, Vaclavikova M, Begley TH, Krynitsky AJ, Rader JI. J Agric Food Chem. 2013 May 22;61(20):4822 – 30. doi: 10.1021/jf401139u.
  • Quan­ti­ta­tive deter­mi­na­tion of cucur­bi­tane-type triter­penes and triter­pene glyco­sides in dietary supple­ments containing bitter melon (Momordica charantia) by HPLC-MS/MS. Ma J, Krynitsky AJ, Grundel E, Rader JI. J AOAC Int. 2012 Nov-Dec;95(6):1597 – 608.
  • Simul­ta­neous analysis of steviol and steviol glyco­sides by liquid chro­matog­raphy with ultra­vi­olet detec­tion on a mixed-mode column: appli­ca­tion to Stevia plant mate­rial and Stevia-containing dietary supple­ments. Jaworska K, Krynitsky AJ, Rader JI. J AOAC Int. 2012 Nov-Dec;95(6):1588 – 96.
  • Sweet­eners from plants – with emphasis on Stevia rebau­diana (Bertoni) and Siraitia grosvenorii (Swingle). Pawar RS, Krynitsky AJ, Rader JI.
  • Updates on chem­ical and biolog­ical research on botan­ical ingre­di­ents in dietary supple­ments. Pawar RS, Tamta H, Ma J, Krynitsky AJ, Grundel E, Wamer WG, Rader JI. Anal Bioanal Chem. 2013 May;405(13):4373 – 84. doi: 10.1007/s00216-012‑6691‑2. Review.
  • Eval­u­ating the use of fatty acid profiles to differ­en­tiate human path­o­genic and nonpath­o­genic Listeria species. Whit­taker P. J AOAC Int. 2012 Sep-Oct;95(5):1457 – 9.
  • Compar­ison of metab­o­lism-medi­ated effects of pyrrolizidine alka­loids in a HepG2/​C3A cell-S9 co-incu­ba­tion system and quan­tifi­ca­tion of their glutathione conju­gates. Tamta H, Pawar RS, Wamer WG, Grundel E, Krynitsky AJ, Rader JI. Xeno­bi­otica. 2012 Oct;42(10):1038 – 48. doi: 10.3109/00498254.2012.679978.
  • Rapid and simul­ta­neous deter­mi­na­tion of hexa­pep­tides (Ac-EEMQRR-amide and H2N-EEMQRR-amide) in anti-wrinkle cosmetics by hydrophilic inter­ac­tion liquid chro­matog­raphy-solid phase extrac­tion prepa­ra­tion and hydrophilic inter­ac­tion liquid chro­matog­raphy with tandem mass spec­trom­etry. Zhou W, Wang PG, Krynitsky AJ, Rader JI. J Chro­matogr A. 2011 Nov 4;1218(44):7956 – 63. doi: 10.1016/j.chroma.2011.08.091.
  • Multiresidue pesti­cide analysis of agri­cul­tural commodi­ties using acetoni­trile salt-out extrac­tion, disper­sive solid-phase sample clean-up, and high-perfor­mance liquid chro­matog­raphy-tandem mass spec­trom­etry. Zhang K, Wong JW, Yang P, Tech K, Dibenedetto AL, Lee NS, Hayward DG, Makovi CM, Krynitsky AJ, Banerjee K, Jao L, Dasgupta S, Smoker MS, Simonds R, Schreiber A. J Agric Food Chem. 2011 Jul 27;59(14):7636 – 46. doi: 10.1021/jf2010723.
  • Eval­u­a­tion and single labo­ra­tory vali­da­tion of an on-line turbu­lent flow extrac­tion tandem mass spec­trom­etry method for melamine in infant formula. Roach JA, DiBus­solo JM, Krynitsky A, Noonan GO. J Chro­matogr A. 2011 Jul 15;1218(28):4284 – 90. doi: 10.1016/j.chroma.2011.05.025.
  • Rapid deter­mi­na­tion of para-phenylene­di­amine by gas chro­matog­raphy-mass spec­trom­etry with selected ion moni­toring in henna-containing cosmetic prod­ucts. Wang PG, Krynitsky AJ. J Chro­matogr B Analyt Technol Biomed Life Sci. 2011 Jun 15;879(20):1795 – 801. doi: 10.1016/j.jchromb.2011.04.030.
  • Emerging pesti­cide residue issues and analyt­ical approaches. Fintschenko Y, Krynitsky AJ, Wong JW. J Agric Food Chem. 2010 May 26;58(10):5859 – 61. doi: 10.1021/jf904599w.
  • Cucur­bi­tane-type triter­penoids from Momordica charantia. Ma J, Whit­taker P, Keller AC, Mazzola EP, Pawar RS, White KD, Callahan JH, Kennelly EJ, Krynitsky AJ, Rader JI. Planta Med. 2010 Oct;76(15):1758 – 61. doi: 10.1055/s‑0030 – 1249807. Erratum in: Planta Med. 2012 Jan;78(1):102.
  • Multiresidue pesti­cide analysis of ginseng powders using acetoni­trile- or acetone-based extrac­tion, solid-phase extrac­tion cleanup, and gas chro­matog­raphy-mass spectrometry/​selective ion moni­toring (GC-MS/SIM) or ‑tandem mass spec­trom­etry (GC-MS/MS). Wong JW, Zhang K, Tech K, Hayward DG, Krynitsky AJ, Cassias I, Schenck FJ, Banerjee K, Dasgupta S, Brown D. J Agric Food Chem. 2010 May 26;58(10):5884 – 96. doi: 10.1021/jf903851h.
  • Multiresidue pesti­cide analysis in fresh produce by capil­lary gas chro­matog­raphy-mass spectrometry/​selective ion moni­toring (GC-MS/SIM) and ‑tandem mass spec­trom­etry (GC-MS/MS). Wong JW, Zhang K, Tech K, Hayward DG, Makovi CM, Krynitsky AJ, Schenck FJ, Banerjee K, Dasgupta S, Brown D. J Agric Food Chem. 2010 May 26;58(10):5868 – 83. doi: 10.1021/jf903854n.
  • Chiral stationary phases for sepa­ra­tion of inter­me­dine and lycop­samine enan­tiomers from Symphytum uplandicum. Pawar RS, Grundel E, Mazzola E, White KD, Krynitsky AJ, Rader JI. J Sep Sci. 2010 Feb;33(2):200 – 5. doi: 10.1002/jssc.200900611.
  • Multiresidue pesti­cide analysis of wines by disper­sive solid-phase extrac­tion and ultra­high-perfor­mance liquid chro­matog­raphy-tandem mass spec­trom­etry. Zhang K, Wong JW, Hayward DG, Sheladia P, Krynitsky AJ, Schenck FJ, Webster MG, Ammann JA, Ebeler SE. J Agric Food Chem. 2009 May 27;57(10):4019 – 29. doi: 10.1021/jf9000023.
  • FDA Labo­ra­tory Infor­ma­tion Bulletin (LIB) 4422: Deter­mi­na­tion of Melamine and Cyanuric Acid in Food. http://​www​.fda​.gov/​F​o​o​d​/​S​c​i​e​n​c​e​R​e​s​e​a​r​c​h​/​L​a​b​o​r​a​t​o​r​y​M​e​t​h​o​d​s​/​D​r​u​g​C​h​e​m​i​c​a​l​R​e​s​i​d​u​e​s​M​e​t​h​o​d​o​l​o​g​y​/​u​c​m​0​7​1​6​7​3.htm
  • Stream­lined sample prepa­ra­tion proce­dure for deter­mi­na­tion of perchlo­rate anion in foods by ion chro­matog­raphy-tandem mass spec­trom­etry. Krynitsky AJ, Niemann RA, Williams AD, Hopper ML. Anal Chim Acta. 2006 May 10;567(1):94 – 9.
  • Analysis of organophos­phorus pesti­cides in dried ground ginseng root by capil­lary gas chro­matog­raphy-mass spec­trom­etry and ‑flame photo­metric detec­tion. Wong JW, Hennessy MK, Hayward DG, Krynitsky AJ, Cassias I, Schenck FJ. J Agric Food Chem. 2007 Feb 21;55(4):1117 – 28.
  • Poly­bromi­nated diphenyl ethers and poly­chlo­ri­nated biphenyls in commer­cially wild caught and farm-raised fish fillets in the United States. Hayward D, Wong J, Krynitsky AJ. Environ Res. 2007 Jan;103(1):46 – 54.
  • Ion chro­mato­graphic deter­mi­na­tion of perchlo­rate in foods by on-line enrich­ment and suppressed conduc­tivity detec­tion. Niemann RA, Krynitsky AJ, Nortrup DA. J Agric Food Chem. 2006 Feb 22;54(4):1137 – 43.
  • Deter­mi­na­tion of 22 tria­zole compounds including parent fungi­cides and metabo­lites in apples, peaches, flour, and water by liquid chromatography/​tandem mass spec­trom­etry. Scher­mer­horn PG, Golden PE, Krynitsky AJ, Leimkuehler WM. J AOAC Int. 2005 Sep-Oct;88(5):1491 – 502.
  • Multiresidue method for N‑methyl carba­mates and metabo­lite pesti­cide residues at the parts-per-billion level in selected repre­sen­ta­tive commodi­ties of fruit and vegetable crop groups. Podhor­niak LV, Schenck FJ, Krynitsky A, Grif­fith F Jr. J AOAC Int. 2004 Sep-Oct;87(5):1237 – 51.
  • Multiresidue deter­mi­na­tion of pesti­cides in malt bever­ages by capil­lary gas chro­matog­raphy with mass spec­trom­etry and selected ion moni­toring. Wong JW, Webster MG, Bezabeh DZ, Hengel MJ, Ngim KK, Krynitsky AJ, Ebeler SE. J Agric Food Chem. 2004 Oct 20;52(21):6361 – 72.
  • Deter­mi­na­tion of perchlo­rate anion in foods by ion chro­matog­raphy-tandem mass spec­trom­etry. Krynitsky AJ, Niemann RA, Nortrup DA. Anal Chem. 2004 Sep 15;76(18):5518 – 22.
  • Capil­lary elec­trophoresis deter­mi­na­tive and LC-MS confir­ma­tory method for screening selected imida­zoli­none herbi­cides from soil. Nejad H, Safar­pour MM, Cava­lier T, Picard G, Souza M, Krynitsky AJ, Chiu S, Miller P, Stout SJ. J Capil­lary Elec­trophor. 1998 Jan-Apr;5(1 – 2):81 – 7.
  • Deter­mi­na­tion of sulfony­lurea herbi­cides in water by capil­lary elec­trophoresis and by liquid chromatography/​mass spec­trom­etry. Krynitsky AJ. J AOAC Int. 1997 Mar-Apr;80(2):392 – 400.
  • Deter­mi­na­tion of sulfony­lurea herbi­cides in grains by capil­lary elec­trophoresis. Krynitsky AJ, Swine­ford DM. J AOAC Int. 1995 Jul-Aug;78(4):1091 – 6.
  • Sele­nium accu­mu­la­tion and elim­i­na­tion in mallards. Heinz GH, Pendleton GW, Krynitsky AJ, Gold LG. Arch Environ Contam Toxicol. 1990 May-Jun;19(3):374 – 9.
  • Hepatic glutathione metab­o­lism and lipid perox­i­da­tion in response to excess dietary selenome­thio­nine and selenite in mallard duck­lings. Hoffman DJ, Heinz GH, Krynitsky AJ. J Toxicol Environ Health. 1989;27(2):263 – 71.
  • Combined extrac­tion-cleanup column chro­mato­graphic proce­dure for deter­mi­na­tion of dicofol in avian eggs. Krynitsky AJ, Stafford CJ, Wiemeyer SN. J Assoc Off Anal Chem. 1988 May-Jun;71(3):539 – 42.
  • Sele­nium cont­a­m­i­na­tion of the Grass­lands, a major Cali­fornia water­fowl area. Ohlen­dorf HM, Hothem RL, Aldrich TW, Krynitsky AJ. Sci Total Environ. 1987 Oct;66:169 – 83.
  • Prepa­ra­tion of biolog­ical tissue for deter­mi­na­tion of arsenic and sele­nium by graphite furnace atomic absorp­tion spec­trom­etry. Krynitsky AJ. Anal Chem. 1987 Jul 15;59(14):1884 – 6. No abstract available.
  • Residues of organochlo­rine pesti­cides and poly­chlo­ribiphenyls in star­lings (Sturnus vulgaris), from the conti­nental United States, 1982. Bunck CM, Prouty RM, Krynitsky AJ. Environ Monit Assess. 1987 Jan;8(1):59 – 75. doi: 10.1007/BF00396607.
  • Organochlo­rine residues in ducks on Playa Lakes of the Texas panhandle and eastern New Mexico. Flickinger EL, Krynitsky AJ. J Wildl Dis. 1987 Jan;23(1):165 – 8. No abstract available.
  • Acute oral toxi­city of sodium cyanide in birds. Wiemeyer SN, Hill EF, Carpenter JW, Krynitsky AJ. J Wildl Dis. 1986 Oct;22(4):538 – 46.
  • Popu­la­tion trends, repro­duc­tive success, and organochlo­rine chem­ical cont­a­m­i­nants in water­birds nesting in Galve­ston Bay, Texas. King KA, Krynitsky AJ. Arch Environ Contam Toxicol. 1986 Jul;15(4):367 – 76. No abstract available.
  • Wildlife in some areas of New Mexico and Texas accu­mu­late elevated DDE residues, 1983. White DH, Krynitsky AJ. Arch Environ Contam Toxicol. 1986 Feb;15(2):149 – 57. No abstract available.
  • Asso­ci­a­tion between PCBs and lower embry­onic weight in black-crowned night herons in San Fran­cisco Bay. Hoffman DJ, Rattner BA, Bunck CM, Krynitsky A, Ohlen­dorf HM, Lowe RW. J Toxicol Environ Health. 1986;19(3):383 – 91.
  • The effects of heptachlor and lindane on birds, Columbia Basin, Oregon and Wash­ington, 1976 – 1981. Blus LJ, Henny CJ, Krynitsky AJ. Sci Total Environ. 1985 Nov;46:73 – 81.
  • DDE residues and arti­fi­cial incu­ba­tion of logger­head sea turtle eggs. Clark DR Jr, Krynitsky AJ. Bull Environ Contam Toxicol. 1985 Jan;34(1):121 – 5. No abstract available.
  • Pesti­cide, PCB, and lead residues and necropsy data for bald eagles from 32 states-1978 – 81. Reichel WL, Schmeling SK, Cromartie E, Kaiser TE, Krynitsky AJ, Lamont TG, Mulhern BM, Prouty RM, Stafford CJ, Swine­ford DM. Environ Monit Assess. 1984 Dec;4(4):395 – 403. doi: 10.1007/BF00394177.
  • Organochlo­rine and mercury residues in snakes from Pilot and Spider Islands, Lake Michigan – 1978. Heinz GH, Hasel­tine SD, Hall RJ, Krynitsky AJ. Bull Environ Contam Toxicol. 1980 Nov;25(5):738 – 43. No abstract available.
  • Organochlo­rine residues in eggs of logger­head and green sea turtles nesting at Merritt Island, Florida – July and August 1976. Clark DR Jr, Krynitsky AJ. Pestic Monit J. 1980 Jun;14(1):7 – 10.
  • Dieldrin and heptachlor residues in dead gray bats, Franklin County, Missouri – 1976 versus 1977. Clark DR Jr, LaVal RK, Krynitsky AJ. Pestic Monit J. 1980;13(4):137 – 40.
  • Organochlo­rine pesti­cide, PCB, and PBB residues and necropsy data for bald eagles from 29 states – 1975 – 77. Kaiser TE, Reichel WL, Locke LN, Cromartie E, Krynitsky AJ, Lamont TG, Mulhern BM, Prouty RM, Stafford CJ, Swine­ford DM.
  • Organochlo­rine residues and repro­duc­tion in the little brown bat, Laurel, Mary­land – June 1976. Clark DR Jr, Krynitsky A. Pestic Monit J. 1978 Dec;12(3):113 – 6

International Presentations & Lectures

Science is what we do for living. We strive for excel­lence in scietific research. Our team is active in scien­tific commu­nity and are frequently invited to lecture in pres­ti­gious scien­tific sympo­siums and universities.

Listed below are selected national & inter­na­tional lectures given by our manage­ment and scietific staff:

  • 2021 August – Amer­ican Chem­ical Society (ACS National Agro Divi­sion, Prac­tical Residue Analyt­ical Methods for the Analysis of Samples from Envi­ron­mental & Consumer Safety Related Studies symposia)- virtual: Safar­pour, Dan., Kingman, Allyson., Krynitsky, Alex., Rucker, Tammy: Devel­op­ment and appli­ca­tion of two multi-residue analyt­ical methods for the quan­tifi­ca­tion of 27 active ingre­di­ents in recy­clable plastic”
  • 2021 August – Amer­ican Chem­ical Society (ACS National Agro Divi­sion, Metabo­lite & Process Impu­rity Iden­ti­fi­ca­tion for Agro­chem­ical Discovery symposia)- virtual: Kingman, Allyson., Wu Shing­Shing., Safar­pour, Dan.: Sepa­ra­tion, isola­tion and iden­ti­fi­ca­tion of meta­bolic biotrans­for­ma­tion prod­ucts of a novel 14C-labeled small mole­cule (compound X) into proteins and peptides in a lactating goat and laying hen metab­o­lism study”
  • 2019 October – BIT’s 3rd Inter­na­tional Biotech­nology Congress; Singa­pore. Dr. Hudan Dan” Safar­pour: Sepa­ra­tion, Isola­tion and Iden­ti­fi­ca­tion of Meta­bolic Biotrans­for­ma­tion Prod­ucts of a Novel 14C-Labelled Small Mole­cule (Compound X) into Proteins and Peptides in a Metab­o­lism Study.
  • 2019 August – Amer­ican Chem­ical Society (ACS National Agro Divi­sion, Metabolomics & Metabo­lite Iden­ti­fi­ca­tion in Agri­cul­tural Research symposia)- San Diego, CA: Safar­pour, Dan.: in vitro Metab­o­lism of Semi Natural Product TL-909 and Iden­ti­fi­ca­tion of Its Complex Meta­bolic Prod­ucts by HPLCM­STOF, UPLCM­STOF and CEMSTOF”
  • 2019 August – Amer­ican Chem­ical Society (ACS National Agro Divi­sion, Creative thinking in designing Efate studies & Data Analysis to Meet Agro­chem­ical Regu­la­tory Chal­lenges symposia)- San Diego, CA: Safar­pour, Dan.: Sepa­ra­tion of highly polar photolytic degra­da­tion prod­ucts of benzophe­none pesticide”
  • 2017 March – PepCon-BIT’s 10th Anniver­sary of Proteins & Peptides Confer­ence-2017, Session 110: Friendly Tools for Protein; Fukuoka, Japan. Hudan Dan” Safar­pour: Exploring CE-MS as a Quan­ti­ta­tive Enforce­ment Method for Analysis of Peptide Drugs Dalaza­tide (SHK-186) and its Dephos­pho­ry­lated Metabo­lite SHK-198 at Pic-gram Levels in Clin­ical Samples
  • 2016 August – Amer­ican Chem­ical Society (ACS National)- 252nd National Meeting and Expo­si­tion-Philadel­phia, PA. Symposia-Inno­v­a­tive Approaches in Designing Agro­chem­ical Metab­o­lism Studies: Dan Safar­pour: Appli­ca­tion of Capil­lary Elec­trophoresis for the sepa­ra­tion and Analysis of C‑14 Labeled Highly Polar Photolytic Degra­da­tion Products
  • 2015 December – 21th Latin-Amer­ican Sympo­sium on Biotech­nology, Biomed­ical, Biophar­ma­ceu­tical and Indus­trial Appli­ca­tions of Capil­lary Elec­trophoresis and Microchip Tech­nology (LACE Sympo­sium), December 5 – 8, 2015; Hilton Hotel, Carta­gena, Colombia: Dan Safar­pour Symbi­otic Research, LLC, Mount Olive, NJ Exploring CE-MS as a Quan­ti­ta­tive Enforce­ment Method for Analysis of Peptide Drugs at Pic-gram Levels in Clin­ical Samples”
  • 2015 September – 22nd Inter­na­tional Sympo­sium on Electro-and Liquid Phase-Sepa­ra­tion Tech­niques (ITP2015), Helsinki, Finland: Dan Safar­pour, James Wang, Symbi­otic Research, LLC, Mount Olive, NJ IS CE-MS FUTURE OF PEPTIDE DRUG ANALYSIS AT SUB NANO GRAM LEVELS? CE-MS of Peptide SHK-186”
  • 2015 August – Amer­ican Chem­ical Society (ACS National)- Boston, MA: Safar­pour, Dan., Kingman, Allyson.: Discovery To Devel­op­ment of Non-Radio Labeled Mole­cules in Today’s Modern Life Sciences Research Labs”
  • 2015 March – WORK­SHOP AND SEMINAR ON CAPPI­LARY ELEC­TROPHORESIS. Rutgers Univer­sity, Dept. of Biochem­istry and Micro­bi­ology; Lipman Hall, Cook College, New Brunswick, NJ
  • 2014 – Joint 21st Inter­na­tional Sympo­sium on Electro-and Liquid Phase-Sepa­ra­tion Tech­niques (ITP2014) and 20th Latin-Amer­ican Sympo­sium on Biotech­nology, Biomed­ical, Biophar­ma­ceu­tical and Indus­trial Appli­ca­tions of Capil­lary Elec­trophoresis and Microchip Tech­nology (LACE Sympo­sium), October 04 – 08, 2014; SERHS Natal Grand Hotel, Natal, RN, Brazil: Dan Safar­pour Symbi­otic Research, LLC, Mount Olive, NJ Discovery To Devel­op­ment of Non-Radio Labeled Mole­cules in Today’s Modern Life Sciences Research Labs”
  • 2014 – ISC 2014 – Inter­na­tional Sympo­sium on Chro­matog­raphy; September 14 – 18, 2014, Salzburg, Austria: Dan Safar­pour Symbi­otic Research, LLC, Mount Olive, NJ Discovery To Devel­op­ment of Non-Radio Labeled Mole­cules in Today’s Modern Life Sciences Research Labs”
  • 2014 – The 128th AOAC Inter­na­tional Annual Meeting and Expo­si­tion- September 7 – 10; Boca Raton, Florida, USA: Dan Safar­pour Symbi­otic Research, LLC, Mount Olive, NJ Discovery To Devel­op­ment of Non-Radio Labeled Mole­cules in Today’s Modern Life Sciences Research Labs”
  • 2013 – 20th Inter­na­tional Sympo­sium on Electro- and Liquid Phase-Sepa­ra­tion Tech­niques (ITP2013), Puerto de la Cruz, Tenerife, Canary Island, Spain: Dan Safar­pour Symbi­otic Research, LLC, Mount Olive, NJ CE-MS, UPLC-MS-TOF and Discovery of Complex Metabo­lites of Semi-Synthetic New Pancre­atic Cancer Drug Simo­taxel (TL-909) Currently Going into Phase-II Clin­ical Trial”
  • 2007 – PITTCON- HPLC-MS Symposia, Chicago IL: Dan Safar­pour, Xiaojie Tong, Mike Bielawski, Everett Wilcox, Taxolog Inc., Reza Asiaie, and Xien Ron, Roche Mole­c­ular Systems, Inc.: Diastere­omeric Sepa­ra­tions of Selected Taxane in Drug Metab­o­lism Using CE, UPLC, and HPLC-MS-TOF”
  • 2006 – AACR 97th Annual Meeting, Wash­ington, DC: Hudan Dan” Safar­pour, Xiaojie Tong, Mike Bielawski, Robert Holton, H. Everett Wilcox, Taxolog Inc., Fair­field, NJ and Dept. of Chem­istry, Florida State Univer­sity, Talla­hassee, FL Concen­tra­tion of Milataxel (MAC-321, TL00139) and its major metabo­lite (M‑10) in xenograft tumors from mice dosed orally and intravenously”
  • 2006 – 12th Latin Amer­ican Sympo­sium on Biotech­nology, Biomed­ical, Biophar­ma­ceu­tical and Indus­trial Appli­ca­tions of Capil­lary Elec­trophoresis and Microchip Tech­nology (LACE Sympo­sium)- Quere­taro, Mexico; December 2 – 5: Dan Safar­pour: A Compar­a­tive Case Study of a Selected Taxane in Drug Metab­o­lism Using CE, UPLC, and HPLC-MS-TOF”
  • 2004 – 10th LACE Sympo­sium- Toledo, Spain; November 5 – 9: Dan Safar­pour, Martin Corbett, Tom Cava­lier and Gerald Picard: Off-Line Immunoaffinity Sample Precon­cen­tra­tion Followed by Capil­lary Elec­trophoresis for the Deter­mi­na­tion of Trace Amounts of Imazamox Herbi­cide and Its Two Polar Metabo­lites in Agri­cul­tural Commodities”
  • 2003 – 20th Triangle Chro­matog­raphy (TCDG) Sympo­sium and Instru­ment Exhibit- North Carolina State Univer­sity, Raleigh, NC; May 15; Dan Safar­pour: Capil­lary Elec­trophoresis Atmos­pheric Pres­sure Electro Spray ioniza­tion Mass Spec­trom­etry (CE-API-ES-MS): solu­tions to Chal­lenging Polar and Charged Compounds”
  • 2003 – 9th LACE Sympo­sium- Mexico City, Mexico; December 1 – 4; Dan Safar­pour and Chien FungNovel Appli­ca­tion of Capil­lary Elec­trophoresis for the Sepa­ra­tion and Analysis of 14C Labeled Highly Polar Photolytic Products”
  • 2002 – 8th LACE Sympo­sium- Mar Del Plata, Argentina; December 7 – 10; Dan Safar­pour, Reza Asiaie, and Stanley Katz: Capil­lary Elec­trophoresis Atmos­pheric Pres­sure Elec­tro­spray Ioniza­tion Mass Spec­trom­etry (CE-AP-ESI-MS) Deter­mi­na­tion of Glyphosate Herbi­cide in DG formu­lated Pesti­cide Product”
  • 2001 – 7th LACE Sympo­sium- Santiago, Chile; December 1 – 4: Dan Safar­pour and Stanley Katz: Capil­lary Elec­trophoresis Atmos­pheric Pres­sure Elec­tro­spray Ioniza­tion Mass Spec­trom­etry (CE-AP-ESI-MS) and its Appli­ca­tion to Chal­lenging Polar and Charged Compounds”
  • 2001 – Amer­ican Chem­ical Society North Jersey Section, Chro­matog­raphy Group- Somerset, NJ; May 14; Safar­pour, H., Fang, L.; Cava­lier, T.; Nejad, H.; and Zeng, M.: CE-MS Appli­ca­tion to Diffi­cult Compounds”
  • 2001 – Amer­ican Chem­ical Society (ACS National)- HPLC-MS Appli­ca­tion to Agro­chem­i­cals Symposia- San Diego, CA: Safar­pour, H., Fang, L.; Cava­lier, T.; Nejad, H. and Zeng, M.: CE-MS Appli­ca­tion to Diffi­cult Compounds”
  • 2000 – First Annual BASF Global Analyt­ical Tech­nical Exchange Meeting- Princeton, New Jersey: Dan Safar­pour, Larry Fang and Ming Zeng: Recent Advances in CE-MS and its Appli­ca­tion to Diffi­cult Compounds”
  • 2000 – First Annual BASF Global Formu­la­tions Tech­nical Exchange Meeting- Princeton, New Jersey: Dan Safar­pour, Larry Fang and Ming Zeng: Chal­lenges and Consid­er­a­tions in Cross-Cont­a­m­i­na­tion Method Development”
  • 2000 – HPLC-MS Symposia- The 114th Asso­ci­a­tions of Offi­cials in Analyt­ical Chem­istry (AOAC), Inter­na­tional Annual Meeting and Expo­si­tion- Capil­lary Elec­trophoresis Symposia; Philadel­phia, PA: Dan Safar­pour, Kay Picard, Larry Fang and Ming Zeng of BASF Corpo­ra­tions, and Stanley Katz of Rutgers Univer­sity, Depart­ment of Biochem­istry and Micro­bi­ology: Recent Advances In CE-API-ES-MS and Its Appli­ca­tion to Formu­lated Pesti­cide Products”
  • 1998 – Amer­ican Cyanamid Company, R&D- Princeton, NJ: Dan Safar­pour HPLC-ES/MS & MS/MS Deter­mi­na­tion of Residues of Imazamox and Its Three Metabo­lites in Alfalfa Commodities”
  • 1998 – The 112th AOAC Inter­na­tional Annual Meeting and Expo­si­tion- Capil­lary Elec­trophoresis Symposia; Montreal, Quebec Canada: Safar­pour, H., Corbett, M., and Picard, G.: Deter­mi­na­tion of Polar Herbi­cides in Plant Matrices by Capil­lary Electrophoresis”
  • 1998 – The 112th AOAC Inter­na­tional Annual Meeting and Expo­si­tion- Capil­lary Elec­trophoresis Symposia; Montreal, Quebec, Canada: Corbett, M., Safar­pour, H., Edwards, J., Stout, S., and Picard, G.: Analysis of Plant Matrices for Imazamox and its Hydroxy Metabo­lite by HPLC, CE and LC/MS” (Poster Presentation)
  • 1997 – AHP Inter­na­tional Analyt­ical Confer­ence- Parsip­pany New Jersey: Corbett, M., Safar­pour, H., Edwards J.C., Taylor, G., Nejad H., and Picard, G.: Deter­mi­na­tion of Imazamox and Its Metabo­lites in Wheat Matrices by Capil­lary Electrophoresis”
  • 1997 – The 111th AOAC Inter­na­tional Annual Meeting and Expo­si­tion; Capil­lary Elec­trophoresis Symposia; San Diego, CA: Safar­pour, H., Kittner, P., Corbett, M., and Picard, G.: Immunoaffinity Sample Cleanup and Capil­lary Elec­trophoresis (CE) Deter­mi­na­tive Analysis of Residues of Imazamox Herbi­cide and its Two Polar Metabo­lites in Plant Matrices”
  • 1997 – PRDL, Cyanamid United Kingdom; Gosport, England: Dan Safar­pour: Appli­ca­tion of CE and Bench-Top LC-MS to Agro­chem­i­cals and Envi­ron­mental Analysis”
  • 1997 – Cyanamid Tahara, Japan: Dan Safar­pour: Appli­ca­tion of Capil­lary Elec­trophoresis to Agro­chem­i­cals and Envi­ron­mental Analysis”
  • 1996 – AHP Inter­na­tional Analyt­ical Confer­ence- Parsip­pany New Jersey: Safar­pour, H., Corbett, M., and Picard, G.: Immunoaffinity Sample Cleanup and Capil­lary Elec­trophoresis (CE) Deter­mi­na­tive Analysis of Residues of Imazamox Herbi­cide and its Two Polar Metabo­lites in Soybean Commodi­ties- Seed, Forage and Hay”
  • 1996 – The 110th AOAC Inter­na­tional Annual Meeting and Expo­si­tion- Capil­lary Elec­trophoresis Symposia; Orlando, FL: Nejad, H., Picard, G., Krynitsky, A., Cava­lier, T., Zeng, M., Souza, M., Fletcher, J., and Safar­pour, H. Appli­ca­tion of Capil­lary Elec­trophoresis (CE) for the Sepa­ra­tion and Deter­mi­na­tion of Pesti­cide Residues in Envi­ron­mental Samples”
  • 1996 – The 110th AOAC Inter­na­tional Annual Meeting and Expo­si­tion- Capil­lary Elec­trophoresis Symposia; Orlando, FL: Safar­pour, H., Corbett, M., and Picard, G.: Immunoaffinity Sample Cleanup and Capil­lary Elec­trophoresis (CE) Deter­mi­na­tive Analysis of Residues of Imazamox Herbi­cide and its Two Polar Metabo­lites in Soybean Commodi­ties- Seed, Forage and Hay”
  • 1996 – Amer­ican Chem­ical Society (ACS National)- Capil­lary Elec­trophoresis (CE) Symposia- New Orleans, LA: Safar­pour, H., Kittner P., Corbett, M., and Picard, G.: Immunoaffinity Sample Cleanup and Capil­lary Elec­trophoresis (CE) Deter­mi­na­tive Analysis of Residues of Imazamox Herbi­cide and Its Two Polar Metabo­lites in Soybean Seed”
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