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Xenobiotics and Food-Producing Animals : Metabolism and Residues :  Metabolism and Residues - David H. Hutson

Xenobiotics and Food-Producing Animals : Metabolism and Residues

Metabolism and Residues

By: David H. Hutson (Editor), D. R. Hawkins (Editor), G. D. Paulson (Editor), C. B. Struble (Editor)

Hardcover Published: 1992
ISBN: 9780841224728
Number Of Pages: 255

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Uses and Regulation of Veterinary Drugs: IntroductionUse of Xenobiotics in Food-Producing Animals in the United States: RegulatoryAspectsVeterinary Medicines: Regulation in Europe and the Importance of PharmacokineticStudiesDesign and Conduct of Studies to Meet Residue Chemistry Requirements: ResidueDepletion and Metabolism of Flunixin in CattleSemduramicin in the Chicken: Tissue Residue Depletion StudiesIn Vitro Models for Biotransformation and Toxicity Studies in Farm Animals:Furazolidone and Isolated Pig HepatocytesDermal Absorption and Metabolism of Xenobiotics in Food-Producing AnimalsDrug Pharmacokinetics and Metabolism in Food-Producing Fish and Crustaceans:Methods and ExamplesPirlimycin in the Dairy Cow: Metabolism and Residue StudiesAlbendazole in Cattle Administered via a Sustained-Release "Captec" Device:Pharmacokinetics and Tissue ResiduesTilmicosin in Cattle: Metabolism and Tissue ResiduesAmetryn in Rats, Lactating Goats, and Laying Hens: Metabolic FateSulfonamide Drug in Lactating Dairy Cows: Novel MetabolismIvermectin and Avamectin Metabolism: Differences and SimilaritiesLuprostiol in Dairy Cows: Residue Depletion and MetabolismRactopamine Hydrochloride, a Phenethanolamine Repartitioning Agent: Metabolismand Tissue Residues

Uses and Regulation of Veterinary Drugs
Introduction
Use of Xenobiotics in Food-Producing
Animals in the United States
Regulatory Aspects
Veterinary Medicines: Regulation in Europe and the Importance of Pharmaco kineticStudies
Design and Conduct of Studies to Meet Residue Chemistry Requirements: Residue
Depletion and Metabolism of Flunixin in Cattle
Semduramicin in the Chicken: Tissue Residue Depletion Studies
In Vitro Models for Biotransformation and Toxicity Studies in Farm Animals
Furazolidone and Isolated Pig Hepatocytes
Dermal Absorption and Metabolism of Xenobiotics in Food-Producing Animals
Drug Pharmacokinetics and Metabolism in Food-Producing Fish and Crustaceans
Methods and Examples
Pirlimycin in the Dairy Cow
Metabolism and Residue Studies
Albendazole in Cattle Administered via a Sustained-Release "Captec" Device
Pharmacokinetics and Tissue Residues
Tilmicosin in Cattle: Metabolism and Tissue Residues
Ametryn in Rats, Lactating Goats, and Laying Hens: Metabolic Fate
Sulfonamide Drug in Lactating Dairy Cows: Novel Metabolism
Ivermectin and Avamectin Metabolism: Differences and Similarities
Luprostiol in Dairy Cows
Residue Depletion and Metabolism
Ractopamine Hydrochloride, a Phenethanolamine Repartitioning Agent
Metabolismand Tissue Residues
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ISBN: 9780841224728
ISBN-10: 0841224722
Series: ACS Symposium Series
Audience: Professional
Format: Hardcover
Language: English
Number Of Pages: 255
Published: 1992
Country of Publication: US
Dimensions (cm): 22.86 x 15.24  x 1.91
Weight (kg): 0.56

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