Simultaneous Determination of Eprinomectin, Moxidectin, Abamectin, Doramectin, and Ivermectin in Beef Liver by LC with Fluorescence Detection
Authors: Ali, M. Sher; Sun, Tung; McLeroy, Gina E.; Phillippo, Evan T.
Source: Journal of AOAC International, Volume 83, Number 1, January 2000 , pp. 31-38(8)
Publisher: AOAC International
Abstract:Eprinomectin, moxidectin, abamectin, doramectin, and ivermectin are drugs used to control parasitic infections in both meat-producing and nonmeat-producing animals. A number of analytical methods are available to analyze these anthelmintic drugs individually. A multiresidue screening method was developed for these drugs; however, the initial attempt to derivatize eprinomectin following the method published by Merck scientists was unsuccessful because the eprinomectin derivatization reaction was temperature- and time-dependent. The optimum time and temperature for the completion of eprinomectin derivatization were 90 min and 65°C, respectively, without appreciable effect on the remaining 4 drugs. Beef liver samples were fortified with 0, 25, 50, and 100 ppb mixed standards of eprinomectin, moxidectin, abamectin, doramectin, and ivermectin. Each set of 4 levels of recoveries was repeated 10 times with all 5 compounds. The average of 10 recoveries of 5 compounds at all 4 levels of fortification was > 70%; the coefficient of variation was < 20%.
Document Type: Research Article
Affiliations: U.S. Department of Agriculture, Food Safety and Inspection Service, Office of Public Health and Science, PO Box 6085, Athens, GA 30604.
Publication date: January 1, 2000
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