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Validation of the charm 3 SL3 beta-lactam test for screening raw milk in compliance with the U.S. pasteurized milk ordinance. Performance Tested Method 071002.

@article{Salter2011ValidationOT,
  title={Validation of the charm 3 SL3 beta-lactam test for screening raw milk in compliance with the U.S. pasteurized milk ordinance. Performance Tested Method 071002.},
  author={R. Salter and David W. Douglas and Lindsey W McRobbie and Julio Quintana and D. Legg and J. Schwartz and David Conaway and Carla McPhee and S. Saul and R. Markovsky},
  journal={Journal of AOAC International},
  year={2011},
  volume={94 1},
  pages={
          348-57
        }
}
The Charm 3 SL3 beta-Lactam Test is a 3 min receptor-based lateral-flow Rapid One-Step Assay (ROSA) that detects the six beta-lactam drugs of concern approved for dairy cattle in the United States. The method is a biochemical formulation change of the SL3 beta-Lactam Test evaluated and approved in 2007. The Charm 3 SL3 was evaluated under the AOAC Research Institute Performance Tested Method (PTM) program following the protocol of the U.S. Food and Drug Administration, Center for Veterinary… Expand
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