Ochratoxin A

Ochratoxin A

Ochratoxin A (often abbreviated to OTA) is a potent toxin produced by some fungal species that infect crops, including vines. OTA has been reported in wines, and many wineries, supermarkets and bottlers are monitoring levels in their products.


Method: OTA is measured using extraction methods that are specific for OTA (immunoaffinity columns) and quantitation by HPLC.


Amount to send: 500ml



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