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Anabolic residues in slaughter animals and food: what possibilities exist for food control authorities to demonstrate illegally applied growth promoters

Anabolic residues in slaughter animals and food: what possibilities exist for food control authorities to demonstrate illegally applied growth promoters

Ernahrungs Umschau 36(11): 394, 410-412, 414-418

Detecting the use of anabolic steroids during animal production or in the meat or body fluids of slaughtered animals is discussed.

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