The MaxSignal® Sulfamethazine ELISA Kit is a competitive enzyme immunoassay for the quantitative analysis of sulfamethazine in pork and beef.
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Rapid ELISA for Sensitive Sulfamethazine Detection
The MaxSignal® Sulfamethazine ELISA Test Kit is a competitive enzyme immunoassay for the quantitative analysis of sulfamethazine in a variety of sample types. Sulfonamides are widely used as feed additives, mainly for fattening of calves and pigs. Sulfonamides are also used in veterinary medicine for the treatment of intestinal infections, mastitis, and other diseases. Sulfonamide residues may therefore occur in food of animal origin such as meat and milk. Particularly the transmission of the carcinogenic sulfamethazine represents a threat to human health. This has led to a prohibition of sulfamethazine for the treatment of animals used for food production. According to the US FDA and EU-Law, the maximum residue limit for all substances of the sulfonamide-group is 100 ppb in muscle, fat, liver, and kidney, and 100 ppb in milk. This kit is manufactured to the international quality standard ISO 9001.
|Quantity in a Package Amount||96.0 Tests|
|Research Areas||Food & Agriculture|
|Sample Type||Pork, Beef|
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