Multi-class Analysis of Exposure Chemicals in Deciduous Teeth by Liquid Chromatography-Mass Spectrometry: Preliminary Studies on Sample Preparation Methods
- Multi-class Analysis of Exposure Chemicals in Deciduous Teeth by Liquid Chromatography-Mass Spectrometry: Preliminary Studies on Sample Preparation Methods
- 이재익; 이유진; 서은지; 배광학; 차상원; 박준영
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- Mass Spectrometry Letters
- VOL 9, NO 4-114
- Since accumulation of chemicals in deciduous teeth can occur from the second trimester of fetal development to shedding, a deciduous tooth has been considered as an attractive biomatrix for estimating individual chemical exposures recently. Therefore, detection of organic chemicals from teeth has received an increasing attention in exposomics research. Most previous studies on organic chemical analysis of teeth not only focused on a few targeted chemicals but also ignored potential contaminants from an enamel surface or a dental pulp. Recently, our group started developing a multi-class organic analysis method for deciduous teeth and tried to find a proper incubation condition of tooth materials. Our results showed that incubation with methanolic HCl provided the best performance among tested.
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