By Vipin K Agarwal; American Chemical Society. Division of Agricultural and Food Chemistry
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This test employs methanol in plants without a hood causing the method to be re-examined. The tolerances for antibiotic residues in fish are similar to other tissues. A list of approved drugs commonly used in aquaculture is shown in Table 11. The CTII detection limits for fish are shown in Table 12. Studies are being carried at the Institute of Aquaculture, Stirling, Scotland on the application of the CTII for aquaculture (38). SIGNIFICANCE OF ANTIBIOTIC RESIDUES IN MILK There is a range of opinions about the significance of antibiotic residues in milk causing one of the most vexing problems.
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.
It is proposed to accomplish this by January 1992. Methods for controlling residues in meat, egg and aquaculture fish are also being reviewed for improvement in sensitivity and scope. Different laboratories using STOP test report different results causing confusion. A. In the context of residue control, antibiotic residues in milk are the easiest and most practical to control even though the question of significance lingers. REPERENCES 1. T. W. A. E. E. Barnett. C. A. " J. of Food Protection, Vol 52, No.