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AN353: Rapid Determination of Sulfonamide Residues in Animal Tissue and Infant Food Containing Animal Products Using Accelerated Solvent Extraction (ASE) Be the first to rate this application

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Veterinary drugs containing antimicrobial agents are often administered to livestock to treat or prevent disease and, at low levels, to promote growth in food-producing animals. Government agencies have discovered that some companies are abusing the use of these drugs, by administering them at higher than recommended levels to promote faster growth. This practice results in unwanted drug residues in meat and meat products eaten by humans. Sulfonamides are one class of antimicrobial agent used for that purpose. This AN shows that ASE can extract sulfonamides from meat and baby food with meat.
Market: Food and Beverage
Keywords: LC-MS/MS, Meat, Sulfachloropyridazine, Sulfadiazine, Sulfadimethoxine, Sulfamerazine, Sulfamethazine, ASE, Sulfamethoxazole, SIM, ASE 200, ASE 350, Infant Food, SMX, Sulfamoxole, SMO, Sulfapyradine, SPD, Sulfamethoxypiridazine, SMT, SCP, SMP, SDZ, SMR, SMZ, Sulfasomidine, Sulfamonomethoxine, SMM, SDM, Sulfaquinozaline, SQX, Animal tissue
Matrix: Detergents
Uploaded on 1/23/2017.

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