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Partitioning of nitroxynil, oxyclozanide and levamisole residues from milk to cream, skim milk and skim milk powder


Partitioning of nitroxynil, oxyclozanide and levamisole residues from milk to cream, skim milk and skim milk powder



International Journal of Dairy Technology aop(aop)



DOI: 10.1111/j.1471-0307.2012.00863.x

Veterinary drugs are necessary to control fluke in animals, and if not properly used, residues of these drugs may be found in milk. The aim of this study was to determine whether residues of nitroxynil, levamisole and oxyclozanide in milk partition into skim milk powder during processing. Milk targeted to contain high, medium or low levels of residue was obtained following treatment of trial animals. On separation of cream and skim milk, > 9% of the residue partitioned with the skim milk in all cases. During powder processing, the residues were not degraded with almost 9% of the residue detected in the powder.

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