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Investigation into oxolinic acid residues in wild fish


, : Investigation into oxolinic acid residues in wild fish. Suomen Elainlaakarilehti 99(10): 609-612

Oxolinic acid is commonly used for treating farmed fish in Finland. Samples of wild fish were collected from 3 areas adjacent to fish farms during and after treatment. The wild fish were analysed for residues by HPLC and with a fluorescence detector; the limit of detection of oxolinic acid by HPLC was 5 micro g/kg. Of the fish studied only perch had no detectable residues, while the highest concentrations were found in bream (2900 micro g/kg).

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