[Analysis on Clenbuterol pollution in swine products in Beijing, 2002]

ArticleinZhonghua liu xing bing xue za zhi = Zhonghua liuxingbingxue zazhi 24(8):654-6 · September 2003with1 Read
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To explore the status of clenbuterol pollution in swine products in Beijing city in 2002. European Union method (EUR 15127-EN Cy2.3) was adopted to examine the samples. Samples were screened by enzyme-linked immunosorbent assay (ELISA) and confirmed by GC-MS. Detected limit of the method was 0.5 micro g/kg. Samples, including lung, liver, pork, kidney and urine of swine, were collected from slaughterhouses, refrigeratories and markets in 11 districts of Beijing. The results indicated that 185 out of 1 379 samples were positive with an annual positive rate of 13.4%. The highest was 15.7% in lung of swine, followed by urine 15.2% and pork liver 14.0%. Rates of detection had decreased from 30.0% to 2.7% during 2002.

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