Beta-Lactam Antibiotics are among the most widely used antibiotics for the treatment of bacterial infections in man and animals.
Beta-lactams are also administered to animals in feed for growth promotion and for collective prophylactic treatment.
The monitoring of Beta Lactam residues in edible tissues and milk is important because of the hypersensitivity of some individuals to these antibiotics and also the emergence of antibiotic-resistant strains of bacteria.
For this reason, maximum residue limits have been specified for food products and milk to try and control the levels of these antibiotics reaching the consumer.
|Detects 13 Beta Lactams at sub MRL levels||Excellent sensitivity to cloxacillin and dicloxacillin||Methodologies developed for a range of sample matrices|
Assay Limits of Detection