Nitrofurazone accumulates in avian eyes--a replacement for semicarbazide as a marker of abuse.

@article{Cooper2005NitrofurazoneAI,
  title={Nitrofurazone accumulates in avian eyes--a replacement for semicarbazide as a marker of abuse.},
  author={Kevin M Cooper and Robert J McCracken and D. Glenn Kennedy},
  journal={The Analyst},
  year={2005},
  volume={130 6},
  pages={824-7}
}
Intact nitrofurazone is present in whole eyes of chickens fed varying levels of this banned antibiotic and may therefore be used as an alternative to the controversial marker residue, semicarbazide, to monitor for abuse of this drug in primary production. 

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