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Protecting Consumer Health By Developing a Multiplex Amperometric Immunosensor for the Detection of Banned Antibiotic Residues in Milk

Abstract : Chemical (eg pesticides, veterinary drugs, etc.) and bacteriological contaminants (eg. foodborne pathogens) could contaminate animal and plant derived food products for human consumption. Some antibiotic residues (eg. chloramphenicol, nitrofuran metabolites, dyes) are banned in foodstuffs of animal origin (eg. milk, meat, eggs, etc.) in European Union because of toxicological risks for the consumer. The European Regulation has set Minimum Required Performance Limits (MRPL) [1] or Reference Point for Action (RPA) for banned substances [2]. Food containing residues of substances at or above the MRPL or RPA are declared non-compliant and consignments are rejected from the consumer's market.
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Valérie Gaudin, Céline Hedou, Christophe Soumet, Eric Verdon. Protecting Consumer Health By Developing a Multiplex Amperometric Immunosensor for the Detection of Banned Antibiotic Residues in Milk. ECS Meeting Abstracts, 2020, MA2020-01 (27), pp.1967-1967. ⟨10.1149/ma2020-01271967mtgabs⟩. ⟨anses-02861776⟩

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