Posters 81-100


P81.
Passive samplers, as surrogates for biological monitoring, to measure emerging (micro)pollutants in the marine environment.
Huysman, S., Ghent University, Belgium


P82.
Production of antisera to phenylbutazone and oxyphenylbutazone for use in immunochemical detection assays.
Traynor, I., Agri-Food and Biosciences Institute, United Kingdom


P84.
Abuse of anabolic agents in beef cattle: bile as a possible alternative matrix for official control.
Galarini, R., Istituto Zooprofilattico Sperimentale dell’Umbria e delle Marche, Italy


P85.
Which analytical techniques can reduce matrix effects in LC-MS analysis.
Kaklamanos, G., Veterinary Laboratory of Serres, Greece


P92.
Enrofloxacin and ciprofloxacin residues in broiler chicken feathers after oral administration.
Mestorino, N., Veterinary Faculty, Argentina


P93.
Quechers method for simultaneous determination of veterinary drugs and pesticides analysis in milk by LC-MS/MS
Öktem Olgun, E., Tubitak, Turkey


P95.
Dye residues in aquaculture products: implementation of targeted and non-targeted approaches.
Dubreil, E., ANSES, France


P96.
Multiplex bead-based assay for the simultaneous on-site detection of forty-two antimicrobials in drinking water and feathers.
Bienenmann-Ploum, M., RIKILT, Wageningen, The Netherlands


P98.
Proficiency test for resorcylic acid lactones in bovine urine.
Elbers, I., RIKILT, The Netherlands


P99.
Effect of storage, thermal processing and pH on the stability of penicillins G and V in milk.
Koukouranos, A., Aristotle University of Thessaloniki, Greece