Meat & Seafood Analysis

There are several different types of veterinary drugs used in meat and seafood cultivation to reduce mortality and improve production. Within the livestock industry the various types of drugs include growth promoters and synthetic steroids to produce leaner meat, anthelmintics and coccidiostats to combat parasitic worms and flukes, and in both the meat and seafood industries, bacterial infections are treated with antibiotics. Within the aquaculture industry triphenylmethane dyes are often used for the treatment of fungal and protozoal infections. Residues of these drugs are highly regulated in food production. Randox Food Diagnostics provides reliable and economical screening methods to monitor antimicrobials, growth promoting compounds, synthetic steroids, anthelmintics, coccidiostats and triphenylmethane dyes. For further information on each of our meat & seafood ELISAs and arrays, click on the links below. RANDOX Meat & Seafood Analysis
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