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Discusses the metabolism and destiny of xenobiotic compounds, similar to veterinary medicines, agrochemicals, and different items to which food-producing animals are uncovered. Describes cutting-edge options for experimental reports of xenobiotic compounds in ruminants, chook, and aquatic species, together with research layout to satisfy particular regulatory specifications. additionally addresses the destiny of particular items resembling prilimycin, albenazole tilmicosin, ametryn, sulfonamides, invermectin and avervectin, luprostiol, and the repartitioning agent ractopamine. bargains an creation to the use and rules of veterinary medications within the usa and Europe.
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