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Journal of AOAC International


Title Abbreviation
J AOAC Int
ISSN
1060-3271
Electronic ISSN
1944-7922
Readership
Agriculturists, Biomedical Researchers, Chemists, Microbiologists, Nutritionists, Scientists
Scope
The Journal of AOAC International is published six times yearly, presenting fully-refereed manuscripts on chemical and microbiological analysis in various topic areas related to foods, drugs, agriculture, the environment, and more, including but not limited to the following: Original research on new analytical and statistical techniques and applications Validation studies (single- and multi-laboratory collaborative studies) of novel methods; Studies leading to new methods and reference materials; Further studies with significant improvements to existing methods (e.g., technological advances, matrix extension); Newly adopted AOAC-approved methods. The Journal publishes investigations of food safety (chemical and microbiological) issues, e.g., occurrence of chemical contaminants at levels that could impact regulatory decisions. However, the Journal will not publish results from routine analysis or surveys that have chemical residue levels of no regulatory concern. Topics of interests include: Animal Food and Plant Nutrients; Drug Formulations; Environmental Chemical Contaminants; Food Chemical Contaminants; Food Authenticity/Food Fraud, Food Allergens; Human Nutrients; Natural Products; Microbiological Methods.
Sponsoring Association(s)
No associations affiliated with this journal
Publisher Name
Oxford University Press - US
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