By Jack F. Kay, James D. MacNeil, Jian Wang
Provides a single-source reference for readers attracted to the improvement of analytical tools for reading non-antimicrobial veterinary drug residues in food
- Provides a finished set of data within the region of purchaser meals safeguard and foreign trade
- Covers normal matters on the topic of analytical quality controls and caliber coverage, dimension uncertainty, screening and confirmatory methods
- Details many innovations together with nanotechnology and aptamer established assays masking present and strength functions for non-antimicrobial veterinary drugs
- Provides information for research of banned medicines together with ordinary and artificial steroids, Resorcylic acid lactones, and Beta-agonists
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1 Introduction With advances in generic and minimalist extraction and sample clean-up procedures in the past decade, veterinary drug residue methods have expanded rapidly from procedures with only a few analytes to methods that include a wide range of veterinary residues, pesticides, and chemical contaminants in foods. This chapter is focused on emerging techniques applied to the analysis of non-antimicrobial veterinary drug residues in foods, with an emphasis on literature published from 2010 to 2015.
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The tolerances or “safe concentrations” are then derived from the applicable fraction of the ADI for the food and the consumption factor. Where circumstances warrant, alternative consumption factors may be used, or the tolerance may be reduced to reﬂect the residues that should be associated with the approved use of the drug. The end result is that while MRLs and US “safe limits” are in most cases derived from a common ADI, the processes generally lead to US “safe limits” which are diﬀerent in value from the MRLs established by the CAC, the European Union, or national authorities which use the MRL approach to regulation of residue concentrations in foods.