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Residue Evaluation of Certain Veterinary Drugs. Joint FAO/WHO Expert Committee on Food Additives (JECFA). 70th meeting, 2008. FAO JECFA Monographs 6












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    Residue Evaluation of Certain Veterinary Drugs. Joint FAO/WHO Expert Committee on Food Additives (JECFA), 78th Meeting 2013. FAO JECFA Monographs 15 2014
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    This document contains monographs on residue evaluations of certain veterinary drugs, prepared at the seventy-eight meeting of the Joint FAO/WHO Expert Committee on Food Additives (JECFA), which was held in Geneva, Switzerland, from 5 to 14 November 2013. Four substances were evaluated for the first time – emamectin benzoate, gentian violet, lasalocid sodium and zilpaterol hydrochloride. Four additional substances were re-evaluated – derquantel, ivermectin, monepantel and recombinant bovine soma totrophins. The monographs provide information on chemical identity and properties of the compounds, pharmacokinetics and metabolism, residue depletion studies and analytical methods validated and used for the detection and quantification of the compounds. In addition, this document provides an overview of the pilot project to evaluate alternative approaches to estimate daily intakes of residues of veterinary drugs in foods and provides guidance on the extrapolation of MRLs to minor species and for the establishment of MRLs in honey. This publication and other documents produced by JECFA contain information that is useful to all those who work with or are involved with recommending or controlling maximum residue limits for veterinary drugs in foods of animal origin.
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    Residue evaluation of certain veterinary drugs
    joint FAO/WHO expert committee on fodd additives, 75th Meeting, Rome, Italy, 8-17 November 2011
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    This document contains monographs on residue evaluations of certain veterinary drugs, prepared at the seventy-fifth meeting of the Joint FAO/WHO Expert Committee on Food Additives (JECFA), which was held in Rome , Italy from 8 to 17 November 2011. Four substances were evaluated for the first time for the animal species concerned - amoxicillin, apramycin, derquantel and monepantel. Three substances were reassessed, monensin, narasin and triclabendzole. Specifically, narasin was reassessed for an analytical method in cattle tissues only and triclabendazole for consideration only of extending the MRLs in sheep to goat tissues. The residue monographs provide information on chemical identity and properties of the compounds, pharmacokinetics and metabolism, residue depletion studies and analytical methods validated and used for the detection and quantification of the compounds. This publication and other documents produced by JECFA contain information that is useful to those who work with or are involved with recommending or controlling maximum residue limits for veterinary drugs in foods of animal origin.
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    Residue Evaluation of Certain Veterinary Drugs. Joint FAO/WHO Expert Committee on Food Additives (JECFA), 81st Meeting, 2015. FAO JECFA Monograph 18 2016
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    This volume of FAO JECFA Monographs contains residue evaluation of certain veterinary drugs prepared at the 81st Meeting of the Joint FAO/WHO Expert Committee on Food Additives (JECFA), held in Rome, Italy, 17–26 November 2015. This JECFA meeting was convened specifically to consider residues of veterinary drugs in food-producing animal species, to further elaborate principles for evaluating the safety of residues of veterinary drugs in food and for establishing acceptable daily intakes (ADIs) a nd/or acute reference doses (ARfDs), and to recommend maximum residue limits (MRLs) for substances on the agenda when they are administered to food-producing animals in accordance with good veterinary practice in the use of veterinary drugs. The monographs contained therein provide the scientific basis for the recommendations of MRLs.

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