Antimicrobial Screening System
i-Series Plus Solution Package i-Series Plus Food Safety Analyzer
Screening of 24 Synthetic Antimicrobial Compounds That Remain in Meat Synthetic antimicrobial agents are used as animal drugs and feed additives and they are known to remain in the body of farm animals. Residue limits prescribing the safe ingestible amounts of such agents have been set so that people can safely eat meat and processed meat products. Thanks to a pretreatment method*1 that minimizes the influence of impurities in meat (beef, pork, and chicken muscle), LC system enables screening of 24 synthetic antimicrobial compounds, which are regulated in Japan, Europe, and other regions, remaining in meat. *1: Consumables for pretreatment are not included in the package. They need to be provided by the customer.
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