Journal of Chromatography A volume 1218, issue 52, P9353-9365 2011 DOI: 10.1016/j.chroma.2011.10.074 View full text
R. Romero-González, M.M. Aguilera-Luiz, P. Plaza-Bolaños, A. Garrido Frenich, J.L. Martínez Vidal

Abstract: Veterinary drugs (VDs) can remain in milk as a consequence of their use in livestock. In order to control the levels of VD residues in milk, screening methodologies can be applied for a rapid discrimination among negative and non-negative samples. In a second stage, non-negative samples are classified as negative or positive samples by using a confirmation method. Pre-target screening methods in low resolution MS (LRMS) are normally applied, but the number of analytes is limited, whereas the information obtain…

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