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(a) Photograph of HPTLC plate at 366 nm Fig. 2(b): Photographed at 254 nm showing eight different lanes i) Ceftriaxone, ii) Enrofloxacin, iii) Group -1, iv) Group -2, v) Group -3, vi) Group -4, vii) Group -5 and viii) Group -6

(a) Photograph of HPTLC plate at 366 nm Fig. 2(b): Photographed at 254 nm showing eight different lanes 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. The standard-1 contained the ceftriaxone (1mg/ml) while standard-2 contained both enrofloxacin (1mg/ml) and ceftriaxone (0.34 mg/ml) ( Table 2). As we took enrofloxacin injected to the animals as standards, the chromatogram showed two peaks containing both enrofloxacin of ...