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■ Abbreviation / Long Form : EMA / economically motivated adulteration

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Long Form:   economically motivated adulteration
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2019 Detection of goat meat adulteration by real-time PCR based on a reference primer. ---
2019 Economically Motivated Adulteration of Lemon Juice: Cavity Ring Down Spectroscopy in Comparison with Isotope Ratio Mass Spectrometry: Round-Robin Study. CM-CRDS, EA-IRMS
2018 Direct Comparison of Cavity Ring Down Spectrometry and Isotope Ratio Mass Spectrometry for Detection of Sugar Adulteration in Honey Samples. CRDS, IRMS
2018 Rapid detection of milk adulteration using intact protein flow injection mass spectrometric fingerprints combined with chemometrics. FIMS, PCA, PLS-DA, SVM
2017 First Application of Newly Developed FT-NIR Spectroscopic Methodology to Predict Authenticity of Extra Virgin Olive Oil Retail Products in the USA. EVOO, FDA, IOC, OH-LNA, OH-OLA, PO, RO
2017 Short Distance Standoff Raman Detection of Extra Virgin Olive Oil Adulterated with Canola and Grapeseed Oils. EVOO
2016 Authentication of Punica granatum L.: Development of SCAR markers for the detection of 10 fruits potentially used in economically motivated adulteration. SCARs
2016 Targeted and non-targeted detection of lemon juice adulteration by LC-MS and chemometrics. PCA
2015 Non-enzymatic detection of urea using unmodified gold nanoparticles based aptasensor. AuNPs, FluMag-SELEX
10  2013 Economically motivated adulteration (EMA) of food: common characteristics of EMA incidents. ---
11  2011 Detection of diethylene glycol adulteration in propylene glycol--method validation through a multi-instrument collaborative study. DEG, PG
12  2010 Simplified assay of diethylene glycol and ethylene glycol in various raw materials by capillary gas chromatography. DEG, EG, GC, PEG