price
fixed
part
(EUR)
price
per sample
(EUR)
Notes
Spectrophotometric methods
Free radical scavenging ability (DPPH assay)
Reducing capacity (FRAP assay)
Determination of total flavonoid content (Al3+ assay)
Determination of total phenolics content (Folin–Ciocalteu
assayy)
Antioxidant capacity (lipid peroxidation)
Free radical scavenging ability (NO assay)
Free radical scavenging ability (OH assay)
Free radical scavenging ability (O2●– assay)
Determination of total anthraquinones content (KOH assay)
Determination of total procyanidin content
Acetylcholinesterase inhibition ability
30
30
50
30
30
30
30
30
30
Development of a new spectrophotometric method
Recording the UV/VIS spectrum
Quantification of plant phenols
Quantification of inulin
Determination of nitrite content in meat and meat products
Determination of total protein (by Lowry method)
75
75
75
75
30
30
65
100
30
30
30
30
10
20
30
30
30
30
30
30
20
20
20
20
20 per
compound
for 1,8–substituted derivatives
approximate price (the actual price depends on the
nature of the analyte and the sample)
per compound, unselective method
HPLC–UV/VIS
Quantification of plant phenolics
Determination of food preservatives (benzoate, sorbate)
Determination of caffeine in soft drinks
per compound
HPLC–MS, HPLC–MS/MS
Quantification of selected plant phenolics (HPLC–MS/MS)*
Compound presence confirmation (comparison with standard)
Qualitative analysis HPLC–UV/VIS–MS/MS – targeted
(partially known composition, basic MS interpretation)
Qualitative analysis HPLC–UV/VIS–MS/MS – completely
unknown composition (detailed MSn interpretation)
Recording of ESI–MS, MS2 and pseudo–MSn spectra of neat
compounds
Recording of ESI–MS, MS2 and pseudo–MSn spectra of
compounds in mixtures
Development of quantitative HPLC–UV/VIS method
following samples: 2 EUR
50
by comparison of retention, UV/VIS, MS and
MSn spectra
200
following similar samples: 30 EUR
150
50–100 per
compound
20
20
30
20
50
for example: herbal extracts, pesticides
degradation products, drug metabolites
– minimum price – the actual price depends on
the nature of the sample and the analyte
– validation is not included in the price
LAFIB – Laboratory for investigation of natural resources of pharmacologically and biologically active compounds
Departman for Chemistry, Biochemistry and Environmental Protection | PMF | UNS
address: Trg Dositeja Obradovića 3, 21000 Novi Sad, Serbia
e-mail: [email protected]
telephone: +381 21 4852757
fax: +381 21 454065
Development of quantitative HPLC–MS method
75
Development of quantitative HPLC–MS/MS method
100
Quantitative HPLC–UV/VIS analysis
Quantitative HPLC–MS or HPLC–MS/MS analysis
Quantitative HPLC analysis of phytoestrogens (isoflavonoids)
Quantitative HPLC analysis of flavonoid aglycones
Ex vivo inhibition test production eicosanoids
(12–HETE, 12–HHT, TXB2, PGE2, PGF2α)
Detection of illegal substances (tetrahydrocannabinol, morphine,
heroin, cocaine) in powder semple or plant material by LC–MS–
MS technique
– minimum price – the actual price depends on
the nature of the sample and the analyte
– validation is not included in the price
– minimum price – the actual price depends on
the nature of the sample and the analyte
– validation is not included in the price
30
30
50
60
30
30
100
130
genistein, daidzein, formononetin
quercetin, kaempferol, apigenin, luteolin
100
200
minimum number of samples: 4
50
TLC
Confirmation of the presence of the compounds
(comparison with standard)
5
20
100
30
20
following samples: 2 EUR
GC–MS
Determination of methanol in spirits
Recording of essential oils chromatograms
Interpretation of essential oils chromatograms (qualitative and
semi–quantitative analysis)
Headspace GC–MS analysis of volatile compounds in plant
material (qualitative analysis)
100
100
Titration
Determination of reducing sugars (according to Bertrand)
Determination of acidity or alkalinity of liquid food
Determination of peroxide value of fats and oils
Determination of chloride (NaCl)
Determination of ascorbic acid
50
10
20
10
15
Other analyzes
Determination of total fat (Soxhlet extraction)
Determination of moisture content (gravimetric)
Determination of pH
40
10
5
Sample preparation
Extraction (Soxhlet)
30
Extraction (maceration)
10
Isolation of essential oils
(hydrodistillation in a Clevenger–type apparatus)
Fractionation of plant extracts (liquid–liquid extraction)
approximate price (the actual price depends on the
quantity of the sample and type of the solvent)
approximate price (the actual price depends on the
quantity of the sample and type of the solvent)
20
10
per fraction (solvent)
LAFIB – Laboratory for investigation of natural resources of pharmacologically and biologically active compounds
Departman for Chemistry, Biochemistry and Environmental Protection | PMF | UNS
address: Trg Dositeja Obradovića 3, 21000 Novi Sad, Serbia
e-mail: [email protected]
telephone: +381 21 4852757
fax: +381 21 454065
Evaporation under reduced pressure
5/h
approximate price (the actual price depends on the
nature and quantity of the sample)
Reports
Basic report on the quantitative analysis (results)
Extended report on the quantitative analysis (method, results,
appendices)
Report on the quantitative analysis, adapted for scientific paper
Report on the qualitative GC–MS or LC–MS analysis
Report on qualitative GC–MS or LC–MS analysis, adapted for
scientific paper
Report on qualitative LC–MS/MS analysis
(with interpretation of the spectra)
Report on qualitative LC–MS/MS analysis
(with the interpretation of spectra), adjusted for scientific paper
5
20
40
20
40
depending on
sample
composition
depending on
sample
composition
* plant phenolics that are quantified are: p–hydroxybenzoic acid, cinnamic acid, protocatechuic acid, 2,5–dihydroxybenzoic acid, umbelliferone, p–coumaric acid, o–
coumaric acid, vanillic acid, gallic acid, esculetin, caffeic acid, quinic acid, scopoletin, ferulic acid, syringic acid, 3,4–dimethoxycinnamic acid, sinapic acid, daidzein,,
apigenin, genistein, baicalein, naringenin, luteolin, kaempferol, catechin, epicatechin, chrysoeriol, quercetin, isorhamnetin, myricetin, 5–O–caffeoylquinic acid,
matairesinol, secoisolariciresinol, apigenin–7–O–glucoside, vitexin, baicalin, kaempferol–3–O–glucoside, luteolin–7–O–glucoside, quercitrin, epigallocatechin gallate,
hyperoside, quercetin–3–O–glucoside, amentoflavone, apiin, rutin, hydroxyphenylacetic acid, isoscopoletin, resveratrol, alizarin, dantron, chrysin, pinocembrin,
liquiritigenin, isoliquiritigenin, abscisic acid, formononetin, aloe-emodin, emodin, pinostrobin, galangin, rhein, diosmetin, hesperetin, morin, ellagic acid, rhamnetin,
ursolic acid, glycyrrhizic acid, naringin, glycyrrhizin.
LAFIB – Laboratory for investigation of natural resources of pharmacologically and biologically active compounds
Departman for Chemistry, Biochemistry and Environmental Protection | PMF | UNS
address: Trg Dositeja Obradovića 3, 21000 Novi Sad, Serbia
e-mail: [email protected]
telephone: +381 21 4852757
fax: +381 21 454065
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