Analysis of antibiotic/drug residues in food products of by Vipin K Agarwal; American Chemical Society. Division of

By Vipin K Agarwal; American Chemical Society. Division of Agricultural and Food Chemistry

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22. G. Guest, 1991. A. Center for Veterinary Medicine Advisory Committee Meeting, Bethesda, MD, April 10. 23. ---------------------------------- 1988. IIChlortetracycline in Feed. 1I In Code of Federal Regulations, Chapter 1, April 1. Published by Office of the Federal Register, General Services Administration, Washington, DC. 24. ----------------------------------- 1984. IIAntibiotic Tolerances. II Code of Federal Regulations, Part 500-599. Published by Office of Federal Register, General Services Administration, Washington, DC.

Food Chemical News, Vol 33, P51-, July 26, 1991. 31. 1. In Official Methods of Analysis 15th Edition, 1990 Association of Official Analytical Chemists, Edited by Kenneth Helrich, 2200 Wilson Boulevard, Arlington, VA. 32. 17. In Official Methods of Analysis 15th Edition, 1990 Association of Official Analytical Chemists, Edited by Kenneth Helrich, 2200 Wilson BOUlevard, Arlington, VA. 33. Domestic Residue Data Book National Residue Program 1988-1989. USDA Food Safety and Inspection Service, Jeffrey L.

An incurred residue study for CTC in feed at two levels 70 and 140 mg/head/day is shown in Figure 4. Feeding at 70 leaves about 10 ppb residue, while 140 leaves 15 to 20 ppb in milk. A. " Medicated feed has the characteristic of producing wide spread contamination. It is legally possible to feed 140 mg/day/head (1400 cow), for 30 days, according to Code of Federal Regulations (CFR), (22). It is not clear what this really means since how much time should elapse between such feeding is not specified.

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