Detecting residues of veterinary drugs in eggs

08-02-2001 | | |

When laying hens are given veterinary drugs, residues will almost inevitably appear in the eggs. The compartmental separation of residues between yolk and white appears to depend on the structure and lipid solubility of the drug, the dose and extent of exposure

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Keywords: nutrition, betaine, feed, additives, ingredients


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