Piotr Jedziniak

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Coccidiostats are widely used as feed additives to prevent coccidiosis. The off-label use of anticoccidials or feeding non-target animals with cross-contaminated feedingstuffs may result in the occurrence of coccidiostat residues in animal tissues and eggs. In EU countries, food of animal origin is subjected to official control of residues according to(More)
Sildenafil, a selective phosphodiesterase 5 inhibitor (PDE5), has been recently reported to have both pro- and anticonvulsant action in various experimental models of seizures and epilepsy. Furthermore, it affects anticonvulsant action of some antiepileptic drugs (AEDs) in mice seizure tests and both pharmacodynamic and pharmacokinetic interactions were(More)
The confirmatory LC-MS/MS method for the determination of residues for twelve coccidiostats including ionophore antibiotics (lasalocid, maduramycin, monensin, narasin, salinomycin, semduramycin) and chemical coccidiostats (clazuril, decoquinate, diclazuril, halofuginone, nicarbazin and robenidine) in poultry liver has been developed. The sample preparation(More)
The screening method for the determination of residues of 19 benzimidazoles (parent drugs and their metabolites) and levamisole in bovine milk has been developed and validated. Milk samples were extracted with ethyl acetate, sample extracts were cleaned up by liquid-liquid partitioning with hexane and acidic ethanol. Liquid chromatography-single-quadrupole(More)
The pharmacokinetics of flunixin meglumine was determined after its multiple (altogether 4 doses at 24-hours intervals) intravenous administration at a dose of 2.2 mg/kg body weight in six mature clinically healthy heifers. Plasma flunixin and its metabolite 5-hydroxyflunixin concentrations were analyzed with high-pressure liquid chromatography using an(More)
Reference materials are helpful to evaluate the performance of laboratories as well as being useful for the quality control of analytical procedures. Certified reference materials and other reference materials containing non-steroidal anti-inflammatory drugs in milk are however, not available. Therefore, production and evaluation of in-house reference(More)
The use of veterinary medicinal products in food producing animals for a variety of purposes causes that their residues may be presented in edible tissues. As a result, in concern of public health, European Union Countries establish each year monitoring plans and they control the levels of harmful substances in food of animal origin. This paper presents(More)
The cross-contamination of non-target feeds with coccidiostats may result in the occurrence of their residues in food of animal origin. To assure food safety, maximum levels (ML) of coccidiostats have been set for both feed and food. However, scientific data are not available on the transfer of some coccidiostats from feed into food. This experiment was(More)
A confirmatory method for the determination of residues of nine non-steroidal anti-inflammatory drugs and one metabolite in animal muscles has been developed. After enzymatic hydrolysis samples were extracted with acetonitrile and cleaned up using alumina and C(18) SPE cartridges. Liquid chromatography-tandem mass spectrometry was used for the separation(More)
Metamizole is a pyrazolone non-steroidal anti-inflammatory drug allowed for use in food-producing animals. According to Council Directive 96/23, residues of this drug have to be monitored because of the potential risk to consumers' health. Metamizole is hydrolysed to its marker residue 4-methylaminoantypyrine.This compound is further metabolised to three(More)