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2. Pesticide immunodetection systems.

Immunoenzyme systems for the detection of pesticides in the environment and in agricultural products and their sensitivity are discussed.

Author(s) : Dzantiev, B. B.; Zherdev, A. V.

Journal article : Agrokhimiya 1998 No.No. 10 pp.61-68 ref.28

3. Drug residues in foods of animal origin.

Foreign Title :Problem pozostałości leków w żywności pochodzenia zwierzęcego.

Author(s) : Szprengier-Juszkiewicz, T.

Journal article : Życie Weterynaryjne 1997 Vol.72 No.1 pp.19-22 ref.23

5. Determination of essential and potentially toxic trace elements in honey by inductively coupled plasma-based techniques.

An investigation was undertaken to appraise the average levels of a number of key elements in several types of honey from Castelmuzio, Siena, Italy, with special regard to the influence of the various processing steps. Instrumental methods of election for the analysis of this matrix were...

Author(s) : Caroli, S.; Forte, G.; Iamiceli, A. L.; Galoppi, B.

Conference paper; Journal article : Talanta (Oxford) 1999 Vol.50 No.2 pp.327-336 ref.14

6. Residues of HCH and DDT in food samples from hotels in Tamil Nadu.

Residues of HCH/BHC (hexachloro cyclohexane/benzene hexachloride) and DDT (dichloro diphenyl trichloroethane) were examined in food samples collected from hotels and restaurants in Coimbatore, Madurai, Trichi, Madras and Kamarajar districts of Tamil Nadu State, India and analysed by gas...

Author(s) : Balasubramani, V.; Regupathy, A.

Journal article : Tropical Agricultural Research and Extension 1999 Vol.2 No.1 pp.40-43 ref.22

7. Determination of acrinathrin residues in honey and beeswax.

Acrinathrin treatments against Varroa jacobsoni may leave residues in honey bee [Apis mellifera] products (honey, propolis, wax). After experimental treatment with Gabon PA 92, levels of acrinathrin residues were determined in honey and beeswax samples. The analytical results proved that the...

Author(s) : Túri, M. S.; Mátray, E. S.

Journal article : Acta Veterinaria Hungarica 1999 Vol.47 No.2 pp.173-179 ref.12

8. Determination of sarafloxacin residues in fortified and incurred eggs using on-line microdialysis and HPLC/programmable fluorescence detection.

Isolation of sarafloxacin (SAR) from fortified and incurred chicken eggs was done by a combination of liquid-liquid extraction and aqueous on-line microdialysis performed on an automated trace enrichment of dialysates (ASTED) system. The ASTED system coupled a sample cleanup procedure with HPLC and ...

Author(s) : Maxwell, R. J.; Cohen, E.; Donoghue, D. J.

Journal article : Journal of Agricultural and Food Chemistry 1999 Vol.47 No.4 pp.1563-1567 ref.22

10. The national milk safety program and drug residues in milk.

Milk safety in the USA is discussed, with reference to the Food and Drug Administration and its role in regulating the industry.

Author(s) : Talley, M. R.

Journal article : Veterinary Clinics of North America, Food Animal Practice 1999 Vol.15 No.1 pp.63-73 ref.7

14. Necessity of residue monitoring.

Foreign Title :O neophodnosti sustavne kontrole rezidua.

Author(s) : Sapunar-Postružnik, J.; Bažulić, D.

Publisher : Croatian Veterinary Association, Zagreb, Croatia,

Conference paper : Proceedings of the First Croatian Veterinary Congress, Croatia, 2-5 listopada, 1996. 1996 pp.89-93 ref.6

15. Residue analysis for antibiotics.

Author(s) : Petz, M.

Journal article : Meat Focus International 1996 Vol.5 No.10 pp.352-353 ref.4

16. Chemical composition and the concentration of macro- and microelements in the meat, liver and kidneys of cattle finished for slaughter.

17 Polish Black-and-White cattle were purchased from smallholdings at the end of the summer grazing period. Samples from the longissimus dorsi and semitendinosus muscles and from the liver and kidneys were analysed. The percentage of dry matter in the 4 types of sample averaged 25.1, 24.0, 28.8 and ...

Foreign Title :Skład chemiczny oraz zawartość makro- i mikroelementów w mięsie, wątrobie i nerkach u bydła z chowu masowego.

Author(s) : Litwińczuk, A.; Drozd, A.; Florek, M.; Kleczkowska, A.

Journal article : Annales Universitatis Mariae Curie-Skłodowska. Sectio EE Zootechnica 1998 Vol.16 pp.7-13 ref.11

17. Determination of amprolium residue in chicken meat and liver.

An HPLC method using postcolumn reaction and fluorometric detection was evaluated for the determination of amprolium in chicken meat and liver. Amprolium was extracted with acetonitrile and filtered, evaporated to dryness and partitioned with n-hexane and dichloromethane. An ion-pair complex with...

Author(s) : Kao YaMin; Cheng ChieuChen; Liu ChaoHong

Journal article : Journal of the Chinese Agricultural Chemical Society 1998 Vol.36 No.2 pp.163-172 ref.14

19. Characterization of plasmid regions of foodborne Yersinia enterocolitica biogroup 1A strains hybridizing to the Yersinia enterocolitica virulence plasmid.

30 foodborne Y. enterocolitica strains were isolated from pork, and their plasmids were characterized by restriction enzyme analysis and hybridized to the virulence plasmid pYV of pathogenic Y. enterocolitica strains (0:3 biogroup 4; 0:9 biogroup 2). In several cases the plasmids of the foodborne...

Author(s) : Hoffmann, B.; Strauch, E.; Gewinner, C.; Nattermann, H.; Appel, B.

Journal article : Systematic and Applied Microbiology 1998 Vol.21 No.2 pp.201-211 ref.44

22. Determination of tylosin residues in pig tissues using high-performance liquid chromatography.

In accordance with the maximum residue limit of 100 µg kg-1 established by EU legislation, a simple and sensitive HPLC method was developed for the measurement of tylosin residues in pig tissues (fat, kidney, liver and muscle). Tylosin was extracted with water-methanol and cleaned-up by solid-phase ...

Author(s) : Liguoro, M. de; Anfossi, P.; Angeletti, R.; Montesissa, C.

Journal article : Analyst 1998 Vol.123 No.6 pp.1279-1282 ref.8

23. No hormone residues in imported meat.

At the annual (1997) random sampling of meat on the Swedish meat market and by customs officers on the border, no residues of banned growth promoters, such as hormones or β-agonists, were found in any samples of beef, pigmeat, or sheepmeat imported from EU or developing countries. Tests for...

Foreign Title :Inga hormoner i importerat kött.

Author(s) : Ewertsson, A.

Journal article : Vår Föda 1998 Vol.50 No.4 pp.24-26

24. Contamination of hog carcasses skinned by standing-type skin stripper.

Pig carcasses skinned by a standing-type skin stripper were examined for microbiological and hair contamination. After skinning no bacteria were detected on 34 of 54 cases examined. However, microbiological contamination was recognized on dressed carcasses, showing total viable counts of 101 to...

Author(s) : Hara, K.; Watanabe, M.; Yosizaki, S.; Endou, T.; Yokota, T.

Journal article : Journal of the Japan Veterinary Medical Association 1998 Vol.51 No.11 pp.687-691 ref.3

25. The effect of temperature on adsorption properties of natural zeolite in the solid fraction of pig excrements from the microbiological and chemical points of view.

Additions of zeolite were used to reduce the adverse chemical and biological effects of applying pig slurry to land. Zeolite decreased the microbial population in the solid fraction of the slurry: the degree to which this occurred was affected by temperature. The zeolite affected the chemical...

Author(s) : Venglovský, J.; Pačajová, Z.; Tofant, A.; Vučemilo, M.; Sasáková, M.; Plachá, I.

Journal article : Stočarstvo 1998 Vol.52 No.1 pp.3-8 ref.12