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Food Additives and Contaminants was previously published as Food Additives & Contaminants: Part A.

Publisher: Taylor and Francis Ltd

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Volume 22, Number 9, September 2005

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Androstadienetrione, a boldenone-like component, detected in cattle faeces with GC-MS n and LC-MS n
pp. 798-807(10)
Authors: Poelmans, S.; De Wasch, K.; Noppe, H.; Van Hoof, N.; Van de wiele, M.; Courtheyn, D.; Gillis, W.; Vanthemsche, P.; Janssen, C. R.; De Brabander, H. F.

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Endogenous occurrence of some anabolic steroids in swine matrices
pp. 808-815(8)
Authors: Poelmans, S.; De Wasch, K.; Noppe, H.; Van Hoof, N.; Van Cruchten, S.; Le Bizec, B.; Deceuninck, Y.; Sterk, S.; Van Rossum, H. J.; Hoffman, M. K.; De Brabander, H. F.

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Dietary accumulation efficiencies and biotransformation of polybrominated diphenyl ethers in farmed Atlantic salmon ( Salmo salar )
pp. 829-837(9)
Authors: Isosaari, P.; Lundebye, A.-K.; Ritchie, G.; Lie, Ø.; Kiviranta, H.; Vartiainen, T.

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On the effects of Fusarium toxin-contaminated wheat and the feed intake level on the metabolism and carry over of zearalenone in dairy cows
pp. 847-855(9)
Authors: Seeling, K.; Dänicke, S.; Ueberschär, K. H.; Lebzien, P.; Flachowsky, G.

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Aflatoxin and ochratoxin A content of spices in Hungary
pp. 856-863(8)
Authors: Fazekas, B.; Tar, A.; Kovács, M.

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Aflatoxin M1 in milk powders: Processing, homogeneity and stability testing of certified reference materials
pp. 864-874(11)
Authors: Josephs, R. D.; Ulberth, F.; Van Egmond, H. P.; Emons, H.

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Safety assessment and risk–benefit analysis of the use of azodicarbonamide in baby food jar closure technology: Putting trace levels of semicarbazide exposure into perspective – A review
pp. 875-891(17)
Authors: Nestmann, E. R.; Lynch, B. S.; Musa-Veloso, K.; Goodfellow, G. H.; Cheng, E.; Haighton, L. A.; Lee-Brotherton, V. M.

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Migration of bisphenol A (BPA) from can coatings into a fatty-food simulant and tuna fish
pp. 892-898(7)
Authors: Munguía-López, E. M.; Gerardo-Lugo, S.; Peralta, E.; Bolumen, S.; Soto-Valdez, H.

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