Simplified determining procedure for routine residue monitoring of sulphamethazine and sulphadimethoxine in milk

Journal of Chromatography. a
N Furusawa

Abstract

A simplified determining/identifying method for residual sulphamethazine (SMZ) and sulphadimethoxine (SDM) in milk by using a high-performance liquid chromatography (HPLC) with a photo-diode array detector was presented. Both sulphonamides in cow's milk samples were extracted by only stirring with ethanol followed by an Ultrafree-MC/Biomax as a centrifugal ultra-filtration unit. For determination/identification of SMZ and SDM, a Mightysil RP-18 GP Aqua column and a mobile phase of 25% (v/v) ethanol solution (in water) with a photo-diode array detector was used. Average recoveries from spiked SMZ and SDM (10-1000 ng/ml each drug) were > or = 83% with the relative standard deviations between 1.4 and 3.7%. The limit of quantitation (LOQ) were calculated to be 5 ng/ml for SMZ and 10 ng/ml for SDM, respectively. The values were below the MRL/tolerance (SMZ, 25 ng/ml; SDM, 10 ng/ml). The total time and solvent required for the analysis of one sample were <35 min and <2 ml of only ethanol, respectively. No toxic solvents were used. The developed procedure was harmless to the human and environment.

Citations

Jan 10, 2012·Analytical and Bioanalytical Chemistry·Kyung-Mi SongChangill Ban
Sep 29, 2009·Journal of Chromatography. a·Brian KinsellaMartin Danaher
Jun 5, 2007·Analytica Chimica Acta·Mónica Ana RavioloJosep Esteve-Romero

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