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GB 5009.273-2016
NATIONAL STANDARD OF THE
PEOPLE’S REPUBLIC OF CHINA
National Food Safety Standard -
Determination of Microcystin in Aquatic Products
ISSUED ON: DECEMBER 23, 2016
IMPLEMENTED ON: JUNE 23, 2017
Issued by: National Health and Family Planning Commission of the PRC;
China Food and Drug Administration.
Table of Contents
Foreword ... 3
1 Application Scope ... 4
2 Principle ... 4
3 Reagents and Materials ... 4
4 Instruments and Apparatuses ... 5
5 Analysis Steps ... 6
6 Description of the Analysis Result ... 8
7 Precision ... 9
8 Others ... 9
9 Principle ... 9
10 Reagents and Materials ... 10
11 Instruments and Apparatuses ... 12
12 Analysis Steps ... 12
13 Description of the Analysis Result ... 14
14 Precision ... 15
15 Others ... 15
Appendix A Multiple Reaction Monitoring Chromatogram of the Microcystin Standard
Solution... 16
National Food Safety Standard -
Determination of Microcystin in Aquatic Products
1 Application Scope
This Standard specifies the method to use liquid chromatography - tandem mass
spectrometry and indirect competitive enzyme-linked immunosorbent assay for the
test of microcystin (cyclic heptapeptide) in aquatic products.
This Standard applies to the determination of microcyst in aquatic products such as
fish, shrimp and river otter.
Method 1 -- Liquid Chromatography – Tandem Mass
Spectrometry
2 Principle
Use methanol solution to exact microcystins (MC-LR, MC-RR and MC-YR) in the
sample; use solid phase extraction cartridge to purify; apply liquid chromatography -
tandem mass spectrometry to determine; use external standard method to fix-column.
3 Reagents and Materials
Unless otherwise specified, all the reagents in this method are analytical reagents; the
water is grade-1 water specified by GB/T 6682.
3.1 Reagents
3.1.1 Methanol (CH4O): chromatographic pure.
3.1.2 Formic acid (CH2O2): chromatographic pure.
3.1.3 Ammonium formate (CH5O2N): chromatographic pure
3.1.4 Acetonitrile (C2H3N): chromatographic purity.
3.1.5 Nitrogen: purity ≥ 99.99%.
source.
4.2 Analytical balance: the sensitivity is 0.001 g and 0.0000 1 g.
4.3 Centrifuge: with the speed larger than 8 000 r/min.
4.4 Homogenizer.
4.5 Rotary evaporator.
4.6 Vortex oscillator.
5 Analysis Steps
5.1 Sample preparation
Take about 500 g of the edible portion of the sample; fully homogenize or pulverize;
place in a clean container; seal and mark. Store the sample in the dark below -18°C;
complete the test within one month.
5.2 Extraction
Accurately weigh 5 g of sample (accurate to 0.01g); place it in a 50 mL centrifuge tube;
add 10 mL of methanol solution (80%); shake well; centrifuge at 8 000 r/min for 10 min;
put the supernatant in a new centrifuge tube. Repeatedly extract the residue once;
combine both the extracts; fix-volume the extract to 30 mL; use a glass fiber filter paper
to filter. Take 6 mL of the filtrate and add 30 mL of water to dilute. To be purified.
5.3 Purification
Use 10 mL of methanol and 10 mL of water successively to activate the C18 solid phase
extraction cartridge before using; control the flow rate at 1 drop/s ~ 2 drops/s. After all
the extract passing through the column, use 10 mL of methanol solution (20%) to rinse;
use 10 mL of methanol solution containing 0.1% of formic acid to elute; collect the
eluent and use nitrogen to concentrate to dryness. Add 1 mL of methanol solution
(20%) to fully dissolve the residue; use organic phase microporous membrane to filter;
put it as standby for the machine.
5.4 Blank control test
Respectively weigh 10 blank samples which are the same as the to-be-test sample
matrix and does not contain the to-be-test microcystin in a 50 mL centrifuge tube. The
following operations are handled in accordance with the operations of 5.2 and 5.3.
Combine 10 blank sample solutions; use a microporous membrane to filter. The filtrate
can be used as a blank matrix solution to prepare a matrix-matched mixed standard
series working solution.
Where:
X1 -- the content of microcystin in the sample, in micrograms per kilogram (μg/kg);
A -- the concentration of microcystin in the sample solution obtained according to the
standard curve, in nanograms per milliliter (ng/mL);
V -- the final volume of the sample solution, in milliliters (mL);
m -- sample mass, in grams (g).
1 000 -- unit conversion factor;
The calculation result shall keep three significant figures.
7 Precision
The absolute difference of two independent test results under repeatability cannot
exceed 10% of the arithmetic mean value.
8 Others
When the sample amount is 5 g, the detection-limit of MC-LR and MC-RR is 0.3 μg/kg,
and the quantitation-limit is 1 μg/kg; the detection-limit of MC-YR is 0.17 μg/kg, and
the quantitation-limit is 0.5 μg/ Kg.
Method 2 -- Indirect Competitive Enzyme-linked
Immunosorbent Assay
9 Principle
The microcystin in the sample, through extraction and purification, reacts with an
excess of specific antibodies against microcystin; the excess free antibody is bound
to the pre-coated microcystin artificial antigen in the enzyme-labeled plate. Add
enzyme-labeled secondary antibody against microcystin antibody and substrate
corresponding to the enzyme for color development; compare it with microcystin
standard reaction result; calculate the content of microcystin in the sample.
10.2.3 Phosphate buffer solution (pH 7.4): respectively weigh 0.2 g of potassium
dihydrogen phosphate, 2.9 g of disodium hydrogen phosphate dodecahydrate, 8.0 g
of sodium chloride and 0.2 g of potassium chloride; mix; then use water to dissolve;
fix-volume to 1 000 mL.
10.2.4 Sodium acetate solution (0.1 mol/L): weigh 1.36 g of sodium acetate trihydrate;
use water to dissolve; fix-volume to 100 mL.
10.2.5 Acetic acid solution (1 mol/L): measure 5.88 mL of glacial acetic acid; add water
to fix-volume to 100 mL.
10.2.6 Sulfuric acid solution (1 mol/L): measure 55.6 mL of sulfuric acid, slowly inject
about 200 mL of water along the glass rod; stir; cool to room temperature; add water
to fix-volume to 1 000 mL.
10.2.7 Coating solution: weigh 1 mg of artificial antigen; dissolve it in 1 000 mL of
phosphate buffer solution (pH 7.4).
10.2.8 Blocking solution: weigh 0.5 g of gelatin; add a small amount of phosphate
buffer solution (pH 7.4); heat to dissolve; after cooling, fix-volume to 1 000 mL.
10.2.9 Washing solution (PBS-T): measure 0.5 mL of Tween-20; use phosphate buffer
solution (pH7.4) to fix-volume to 1 000 mL.
10.2.10 Antibody dilution solution: weigh 0.5 g gelatin; add a small amount of washing
solution; heat to dissolve; after cooling, fix-volume to 1 000 mL.
10.2.11 Secondary antibody solution: mix 1 volume of enzyme-labeled secondary
antibody with 5 000 volumes of antibody dilution solution.
10.2.12 Substrate buffer solution (pH 5.0): use acetic acid solution (1 mol/L) to adjust
the pH of the sodium acetate solution to 5.0.
10.2.13 Substrate stock solution: weigh 10 mg of tetramethylbenzidine; dissolve it in
1 mL of dimethyl sulfoxide.
10.2.14 Substrate solution: measure 100 μL of substrate stock solution; add 2 μL of
30% hydrogen peroxide and 10 mL of substrate buffer solution. Formulate when
needed.
10.3 Standard
Microcystin-LR (MC-LR, C49H74N10O12, CAS No. 101043-37-2); pudicity ≥ 95%.
10.4 Preparation of standard solution
Microcystin (MC-LR) standard series solution: weigh an appropriate amount of
microcystin (MC-LR); use ethanol solution (20%) to prepare it into solution with MC-
37°C for 2 h, or at 4°C overnight.
12.4.3 Antigen-antibody reaction
Weigh 500 μL of monoclonal antibody against microcystin MC-LR and 500 μL of
microcystin standard series solution in a 1.5 mL test tube; mix; then use electric
oscillator to shake evenly; place it at room temperature for 30 min. These reaction
solutions are used to make the standard competition curve for microcystin.
Weigh 500 μL of monoclonal antibody against microcystin MC-LR and 500 μL of
purification solution in a 1.5 mL test tube; mix; then use electric oscillator to shake;
place it at room temperature for 30 min. This reaction is used to determine the content
of microcystin in the sample.
12.4.4 Competitive reaction
Use washing solution to wash the blocked enzyme-labeled microplate for 3 times
(washing for 3 min each time); drop antibody antigen reaction solution (100 μL/well).
Do 3 parallel tests at different concentrations. Place at 37°C or room temperature for
90 min. Add antibody dilution solution to the appropriate well of the microplate as a
negative control.
12.4.5 Reaction of secondary antibody with monoclonal antibody against
microcystin (MC-LR)
Use washing solution to wash the competitive-reacted enzyme-labeled microplate for
3 times (washing for 3 min each time); drop antibody antigen reaction solution (100
μL/well); place at 37°C or room temperature for 30 min.
12.4.6 Color development and determination of absorbance after color
development
Use washing solution to wash the enzyme-labeled microplate after the reaction
described in 12.4.5 for 5 times (washing for 3 min each time). Add substrate solution
(100 μL/well) dropwise; place at 37°C or room temperature for 15 min ~ 20 min for
color development. Add sulfuric acid (1 mol/L) (50 μL/well) dropwise to terminate the
color reaction.
Use the enzyme-labeled instrument to measure the absorbance after color
development at 450 nm within 30 minutes.
12.5 Determination
12.5.1 Apparatus reference conditions
Enzyme-labeled instrument: 450 nm.
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(Above excerpt was released on 2019-04-07, modified on 2021-06-07, translated/reviewed by: Wayne Zheng et al.)
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