Determination of tylosin in feeds by liquid chromatography with solid-phase extraction.

Abstract

A method was developed for the determination of tylosin in feeds. The method involves extraction of tylosin with methanol, concentration under a stream of nitrogen, and cleanup using Phenomenex C18 solid-phase extraction cartridge. Analyte separation and quantitation were achieved by gradient reversed-phase liquid chromatography and UV absorbance at 285 nm with a reference wavelength of 320 nm with column temperature of 45 degrees C. Average spike recoveries for samples prepared at 4 spiking levels (22.7, 181, 907, and 1000 g/ton) were 111.0, 94.9, 96.2, and 98.6%, respectively. The overall method precision at each of the 4 spiking levels was < or = 7.85% relative standard deviation. The limits of detection and quantitation (g/ton) were 2.16 and 7.20 g/ton, respectively.

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@article{Gramse2004DeterminationOT, title={Determination of tylosin in feeds by liquid chromatography with solid-phase extraction.}, author={Matthew J Gramse and Paul E Jacobson and James C Selkirk}, journal={Journal of AOAC International}, year={2004}, volume={87 2}, pages={341-5} }