Veterinary Drugs Subgroup

2018 Topics - Which MRM Strategies for Veterinary Drug Residue Control in Foods?

  • Multi-Residue Targeted Screening
  • Confirmatory Quantification
  • Validation
  • Routine Use



Continued Progress in the Multiclass, Multiresidue Analysis of Veterinary Drugs in Animal Tissues, 

Steven J. Lehotay


 

Unified HRMS based workflows integrating the quantification and confirmation of veterinary drugs 

Anton Kaufmann 

 

A streamlined LC - MS/MS platform

for the screening and confirmation of 152 veterinary drug residues in a broad

range of food  raw materials , processed ingredients and finished

products 

Thierry Delatour

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Subgroup Processes


1. Get the current needs document completed.  

2. Send the documents and an introduction to all the people on   the Community list that indicated an interest in metals .

3. Ask each member to contribute their   "needs".

4. Send everyone one the new "needs" to get each person's   interest in each need.  

5. Prioritize the needs.

6. Get performance criteria for the first 1-3   priorities.  

7. Have call for methods.

8. Expert review of methods against performance   criteria.  

9. Reach consensus from stakeholders [not sure who these   people are yet] on analytical approach/method.

10 develop Single Laboratory Validation (SLV) protocol for each high   priority.  

11. Ask volunteers to perform SLV.

12. Publish SLV. 

Subgroup Chairs

Eric Verdon

Anses, Laboratory of Fougeres,  France
at: Eric.Verdon@anses.fr
 

Jian Wang

CFIA, Calgary Laboratory, Canada
at: Jian.Wang@inspection.gc.ca

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