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Veterinary Drug Residues Handbook
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Residues of Veterinary Drugs and Mycotoxins in Animal Products
New Methods for Risk Assessment and Quality Control
edited by G. Enne

Residues of Veterinary Drugs and Mycotoxins in Animal Products contains the papers presented during the International Teleconference of the same name.

Residues of Veterinary Drugs and Mycotoxins in Animal Products covers the following:

  • new strategies for risk-assessment of residues of veterinary drugs and mycotoxins in animal food products
  • in-vitro toxicological metbods for risk-estimation of food contaminants with the purpose of reduction of animal experimentation
  • design of flexible and sensitive analytical methodologies to be applied for monitoring of residues on a real-time scale basis
  • the establishment of criteria for good veterinary and management practices

Contents

Strategies for safety evaluations of residues in animal products

  • The use of in vitro methods for risk assessment of veterinary drug residues in food
  • The risk assessment of bound residues of veterinary drugs
  • Bound residues of furazolidone, a potential hazard to the consumer?

Analytical detection of residues of veterinary drugs

  • Strategies for the detection of veterinary drug residues
  • Development of real time methods for residues of veterinary drugs
  • Validation and harmonization of analytical methods for residue detection at the international level
  • Microbial tests for residues - unsuitable for future detection strategies?
  • Strategies in protection of the consumer for the impact of antimicrobial residues
  • Confirmation of multiple tetracycline residues in milk by liquid chromatography/particle beam mass spectrometry
  • Detection of orally administered oxytetracycline and chlortetracycline in bovine milk by a multiresidue screening assay and by liquid chromatography
  • Validation and assessment of direct immunoassay methods for hormonal residue detection in cattle

Good veterinary and management practice

  • Efficacy of drugs and good veterinary practice
  • Improvement of meat quality by reduction of tissue damage due to intramuscular drug administration
  • Animal feed quality and good agricultural practice

Risk assessment and analytical detection of β-antagonists

  • Pharmacological and toxicological properties of β-antagonists
  • Mechanisms by β-adrenergic agonists alter growth and body composition in ruminants
  • The use of β-agonists as repartitioning agents in meat production, a risk for the consumer
  • Analytical methods for control of β-agonist residues in food

Risk assessment and detection of mycotoxins

  • Formation and carry-over of mycotoxins
  • Risk assessment of mycotoxins for the consumer

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New Methods for Risk Assessment and Quality Control
edited by G. Enne

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