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Investigation of the stability of medicinal additives in animal feedingstuffs to prepare reference feeds


, : Investigation of the stability of medicinal additives in animal feedingstuffs to prepare reference feeds. Analyst 119(7): 1483-1487

The stability of several medicinal additives (furazolidone, sulfadimidine, dimetridazole, clopidol, nitrovin and nifursol) in cattle, pig and poultry feeds has been monitored.

Accession: 002416955

PMID: 7943739

DOI: 10.1039/an9941901483

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