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Detecting antibiotic residues in animal feed: the case of distiller’s grains

Code: 9781838790233
Lynn Post, Food and Drug Administration, USA

Chapter synopsis: The purpose of this chapter is to review the methods for detection of antibiotic residues in animal feed, using the example of distillers’ grains. There is a growing concern about the use of antibiotics in the process of which distillers’ grains are a co-product. Antibiotic residues in distillers’ grains may contribute towards antimicrobial resistance in animals and humans. This chapter reviews the use of distillers’ grains as animal feed and provides an overview of multiresidue methods for analysing residues in feed, with particular attention to ion-trap tandem mass spectrometry and orbitrap high-resolution mass spectrometry. It also discusses the extent to which antibiotic residues have been found to survive in feed, and considers how the risk of antimicrobial resistance can be assessed

DOI: 10.19103/AS.2016.0008.05
Table of contents 1 Introduction 2 Distiller’s grains as animal feed 3 Multiresidue methods for analysing veterinary and other residues in food and feed 4 Multiresidue analysis in practice: ion-trap tandem mass spectrometry 5 Multiresidue analysis in practice: orbitrap high-resolution mass spectrometry 6 Testing samples of distiller’s grains 7 The survival of antibiotic residues in distiller’s grains 8 Assessing the risk of antimicrobial resistance 9 Summary and future trends 10 Where to look for further information 11 References

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