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A study of the suitability of commercially available microbiological inhibitor tests in screening for the presence of anti-infective agents in milk and milk products






Archiv fur Lebensmittelhygiene 48(6): 127-132

A study of the suitability of commercially available microbiological inhibitor tests in screening for the presence of anti-infective agents in milk and milk products

The following tests were investigated: Brilliant Black Reduction Test (BRT) LV (Landesvereinigung der Bayerischen Milchwirtschaft - Regional Association of the Bavarian Dairy Industry); BRT AS; BRT Blue Star (Gist-Brocades); BRT AS-Special; and Delvotest SP (Gist-Brocades).


Accession: 003027553



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