On the Extraction of Antibiotics from Shrimps Prior to Chromatographic Analysis
AbstractThe widespread use of antibiotics in veterinary practice and aquaculture has led to the increase of antimicrobial resistance in food-borne pathogens that may be transferred to humans. Global concern is reflected in the regulations from different agencies that have set maximum permitted residue limits on antibiotics in different food matrices of animal origin. Sensitive and selective methods are required to monitor residue levels in aquaculture species for routine regulatory analysis. Since sample preparation is the most important step, several extraction methods have been developed. In this review, we aim to summarize the trends in extraction of several antibiotics classes from shrimps and give a comparison of performance characteristics in the different approaches. View Full-Text
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Samanidou, V.; Bitas, D.; Charitonos, S.; Papadoyannis, I. On the Extraction of Antibiotics from Shrimps Prior to Chromatographic Analysis. Separations 2016, 3, 8.
Samanidou V, Bitas D, Charitonos S, Papadoyannis I. On the Extraction of Antibiotics from Shrimps Prior to Chromatographic Analysis. Separations. 2016; 3(1):8.Chicago/Turabian Style
Samanidou, Victoria; Bitas, Dimitrios; Charitonos, Stamatia; Papadoyannis, Ioannis. 2016. "On the Extraction of Antibiotics from Shrimps Prior to Chromatographic Analysis." Separations 3, no. 1: 8.
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