Journal of Animal and Feed Sciences (J ANIM FEED SCI )

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  • ISSN
    1230-1388

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    ABSTRACT: A simple HPLC method for the simultaneous determination of sulphadimidine, sulphadiazine, sulphamethoxazole and trimethoprim antibiotics in medicated feeds has been developed, validated, and applied to commercial feed premixes. Ultrasound-assisted extraction was used for the recovery of the studied antibiotics without the need for a further clean-up step. The sulphonamides and trimethoprim were separated on a Symmetry C18 (5 μm, 4.6 × 250 mm) column using 10-min isocratic elution and UV detection at 254 nm. The results showed that the method is robust with adequate recovery (minimum 95.19%), satisfactory repeatability (1.39%–2.69%) and intermediate precision (1.36%–4.16%), as shown by the validation assessment herein. The advantages of the proposed method are the speed, the ease of the clean-up protocol, and the low cost of the needed instrumentation, rendering it highly applicable to the feed industry.
    Journal of Animal and Feed Sciences 06/2014; 23:185–189.
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    ABSTRACT: A simple HPLC method for the simultaneous determination of sulphadimidine, sulphadiazine, sulphamethoxazole and trimethoprim antibiotics in medicated feeds has been developed, validated, and applied to commercial feed premixes. Ultrasound-assisted extraction was used for the recovery of the studied antibiotics without the need for a further clean-up step. The sulphonamides and trimethoprim were separated on a Symmetry C18 (5 μm, 4.6 × 250 mm) column using 10-min isocratic elution and UV detection at 254 nm. The results showed that the method is robust with adequate recovery (minimum 95.19%), satisfactory repeatability (1.39%–2.69%) and intermediate precision (1.36%–4.16%), as shown by the validation assessment herein. The advantages of the proposed method are the speed, the ease of the clean-up protocol, and the low cost of the needed instrumentation, rendering it highly applicable to the feed industry.
    Journal of Animal and Feed Sciences 06/2014; 23:185–189.

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