The use of veterinary drugs in food-producing animals has the potential to generate residues in animal-derived products (meat, milk, eggs, and honey) and poses a health hazard to the consumer.
Veterinary drug residues are the very small amounts of veterinary medicines that can remain in animal products and therefore make their way into the food chain. These include any degradation products, which are the result of the medicine breaking down into its component parts.
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New methods for detection of Salmonella and Listeria monocytogenesPosted in: Highlights, News
Neotron is glad to inform that in addition to the methods “Detection of Salmonella ISO 6579- 1” and “Detection of Listeria monocytogenes ISO 11290-1” two new accredited methods are now available: Detection of Salmonella spp. (ELFA) AFNOR BIO 12/32-10/11 2020 Detection of Listeria monocytogenes (ELFA) AFNOR BIO 12/27-02/10 2020 The new ELFA methods are accredited […]