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Chromatogram (254 nm) showing antibiotic residue in the milk of mastitic cows having eight peaks i) Ceftriaxone, ii) Enrofloxacin, iii) Group -1, iv) Group -2, v) Group -3, vi) Group -4, vii) Group -5 and viii) Group -6

Chromatogram (254 nm) showing antibiotic residue in the milk of mastitic cows having eight peaks i) Ceftriaxone, ii) Enrofloxacin, iii) Group -1, iv) Group -2, v) Group -3, vi) Group -4, vii) Group -5 and viii) Group -6

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... antibiotic residue in milk sample collected from six groups were shown in The chromatogram peaks of antibiotic residues at 254 nm were shown in Fig.1 and the photographs of the scanned HPTLC plate at 366 nm and 254 nm ( Fig. 2a and 2b), confirming the presence of antibiotics in the milk samples. ...
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... contained both the antibiotic residues and the milk sample of Group-4 had only enrofloxacin. In our study, enrofloxacin was estimated to be 0.173±0.015 mg/ml, 0.039±0.012mg/ml, 0.156±0.015 mg/ml and 0.061±0.018mg/ml in milk sample of Group-2, -3, -4 and -6, respectively, after 10 days of treatment which showed peak value of standards and samples (Fig. 1) consistent to our finding, European Commission regulation (EU) No. 37/2010 has also reported that the MRL value of ceftriaxone (Cephalosporin) and enrofloxacin (Fluroquinolone) in milk is 100 μg/kg each and recommended use of thin-layer chromatography-direct bioautography for the screening of ciprofloxacin and enrofloxacin at the ...