Preliminary study on the presence of prednisolone in porcine urine and liver - How to distinguish endogenous from therapeutically administered prednisolone.

Abstract

In animal breeding in Europe, synthetic corticosteroids are not allowed as growth-promoting agents. However, prednisolone residues have recently been found in porcine urine samples collected at slaughterhouses. The aim of this work was therefore to look for prednisolone in porcine urine and liver, to determine if detected residues might be of endogenous… (More)
DOI: 10.1002/dta.1478

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