Event Details



Event Name :
Two days online training on ANTIMICROBIAL RESIDUE ANALYSIS IN CHICKEN MEAT BY LIQUID CHROMATOGRAPHY-TANDEM MASS SPECTROMETRY Organized BY ICAR-NAHEP-CAAST-MAFSU
Event Venue :
Online
Contact person details :
Dr. R. J. Zende
Principal Investigator, NAHEP-CAAST, MVC, Mumbai
ravindrazende@gmail.com
9969625744 02224131180
Event Date :
11-01-2023 To 12-01-2023
Objective: 1. To conceptualize participants about basics of Liquid Chromatography-Tandem Mass Spectrometry (LC-MS/MS) along with its troubleshooting. 2. To familiarize participants about emerging Tools and Techniques for Food Safety in Compliance with EU and India Regulatory Framework for Food Exports. 3. To enrich the knowledge of participants about Sources, Detection, and Quantification of Antimicrobial Residues in animal-origin foods. 4. To create awareness amongst scientist, students, veterinarians, and industry personnel about Legislative Requirements for Antimicrobial Residues Analysis in animal-origin foods.
Pre Event Description :
The global demand for animal protein, particularly chicken meat, for human consumption is rising as chicken meat has a higher nutritional value, less expensive, and has no religious prohibitions or cultural taboos. The occurrence of antimicrobial residues in chicken meat could be due to not observing the withdrawal period, off-label use of antibiotics, antimicrobial accessibility to laymen, excessive use of antibiotics, and the absence or lack of enforcement of restrictive antimicrobial legislation. Antibiotic residue in chicken meat that exceeds the maximum residual level (MRL) can cause major health risks for humans by developing antibiotic-resistant strains and failure of antibiotic therapy in clinical situations. Antimicrobial resistance is currently a severe global public health issue. Besides HPTLC and HPLC, Liquid chromatography-tandem mass spectrometry (LC-MS/MS) has become the best choice for detecting and quantifying antibiotic residues in foods of animal origin viz. chicken meat. Its high sensitivity and selectivity have enhanced its value for being used in the food and poultry industries. The motive behind carrying out training in this field is to provide a thorough knowledge of the residues analysis and precautions to be taken during sample preparation for antimicrobial residues in chicken meat. Complete information is to be given on demonstration for residue analysis of antimicrobials in chicken meat by liquid chromatography-tandem mass spectrometry. Therefore, two days of online training have been planned to introduce industrial professionals, academia, laboratory personnel, etc. to the basics of the LC-MS/MS instrumentation, along with its theory and troubleshooting, other emerging latest tools and techniques for food safety in compliance with EU and India regulatory framework for food exports and sources, detection and quantification of antimicrobial residues in animal origin foods with its legislative requirements.
Target Group: Academicians,Employees,General Users,Others,Researchers,Scholars,Scientist,Students,Subject Experts,
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