The use of toxicokinetics and exposure studies to show that carprofen in cattle tissue could lead to secondary toxicity and death in wild vultures.

@article{Naidoo2018TheUO,
  title={The use of toxicokinetics and exposure studies to show that carprofen in cattle tissue could lead to secondary toxicity and death in wild vultures.},
  author={Vinasan Naidoo and Mark Anthony Taggart and Neil Duncan and Kerri Wolter and John K Chipangura and Rhys E Green and Toby H. Galligan},
  journal={Chemosphere},
  year={2018},
  volume={190},
  pages={80-89}
}
Veterinary medicines can be extremely damaging to the environment, as seen with the catastrophic declines in Gyps vulture in South Asia due to their secondary exposure to diclofenac in their primary food source. Not surprisingly, concern has been raised over other similar drugs. In this study, we evaluate the toxicity of carprofen to the Gyps vulture clade… CONTINUE READING