Determination of a Single Methodology for the Analysis and Quantitation of Multiclass Veterinary Drugs in Different Animal Matrices Used for Consumption
DescriptionVeterinary drugs are pharmacologically active compounds that can result in non-desirable drug residues in the food chain. Animals with high amounts of these drugs can cause harm in humans or can render the use of antibiotics useless due to the counter effects of the drugs. The quantification of over 200 multi-class veterinary drugs from different meat products usually involves time consuming extraction methods with either SPE or LLE. We describe a robust method, utilizing a single LC-MS/MS run to quantitate over 200 veterinary drugs in a variety of matrices.
|Market:||Food and Beverage|
|Keywords:||LC-MS/MS, Veterinary drugs, Multi-class separation|
|Author:||Charles Yang, Ed George, Dipankar Ghosh, Mary Blackburn|
|Affiliation:||Thermo Fisher Scientific|
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