Posters 101-120


P102.
Gel permeation chromatography clean-up for the determination of growth promoters in kidney fat by liquid chromatography-tandem mass spectrometry.
Kaklamanos, G., Veterinary Laboratory of Serres, Greece


P105.
Intestinal and plasma concentrations of florfenicol in pigs after (non-)conventional oral and intramuscular treatment, within the context of resistance selection.
De Smet, J., Ghent University, Belgium


P106.
The utility of ion mobility in an accurate mass screening workflow for detection of veterinary drug residues in complex matrices.
Stead, S.L., Waters corp, United Kingdom


P108.
Determination of ampicillin residues below their eu-regulatory limits in muscle, liver and plasma of chicken by LC-MS/MS.
Mompelat, S., ANSES - Fougères Laboratory, France


P111.
Rapid analysis of sedatives, basic and acidic nsaid´s in kidney and muscle by LC-MS/MS.
Söderlund, S.T., National Food Agency, Sweden


P112.
The depletion of doxycycline residues in poultry tissues
Mestorino, N., Veterinary Faculty, Argentina


P113.
Use of Cephalosporins in Veterinary medicine Results of the German National Antibiotic Resistance Monitoring (GERM-Vet).
Kaspar, H., Federal office of consumer protection and food safety, Germany


P114.
Doxycycline residues in edible tissues of pigs.
Mestorino, N., Veterinary Faculty, Argentina


P116.
Analysis of 17ß-nortestosterone metabolites to distinguish between abuse and natural occurrence.
Meijer, T., RIKILT, The Netherlands


P117.
Chloramphenicol residues in pigs treated with low oral doses
Törnkvist, A., National Food Agency, Sweden


P118.
Validation of the Betastar S Combo for the rapid screening of milk for residues of ß-lactams and tetracyclines.
Reybroeck, P., ILVO, Belgium

 

P111. Rapid analysis of sedatives, basic and acidic nsaid´s in kidney and muscle by LC-MS/MS.

Söderlund, S.T., National Food Agency, Sweden