By Jack F. Kay, James D. MacNeil, Jian Wang
Provides a single-source reference for readers attracted to the advance of analytical equipment for examining non-antimicrobial veterinary drug residues in food
- Provides a complete set of data within the region of client meals defense and foreign trade
- Covers basic concerns with regards to analytical qc and caliber coverage, size uncertainty, screening and confirmatory methods
- Details many thoughts together with nanotechnology and aptamer established assays protecting present and strength purposes for non-antimicrobial veterinary drugs
- Provides counsel for research of banned medications together with normal and artificial steroids, Resorcylic acid lactones, and Beta-agonists
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4 Derivation of Tolerances Tolerances are the regulatory limits established by the USFDA for residues of veterinary drugs in foods. They also are derived from the depletion data, similar to MRLs, but the dietary exposure assumptions on which the tolerances are based diﬀer from those used in the establishment of MRLs. Once the ADI has been established, the potential sources of exposure to veterinary drug residues in food are considered. 36 The same factors are applied across all species, as it is assumed that the typical consumer will only eat a full portion of meat from a single species at any given meal.
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Chemical analysis of non-antimicrobial veterinary drug residues in food by Jack F. Kay, James D. MacNeil, Jian Wang