New deal for drug-residue expert

Randox Food Diagnostics break into Turkish honey market with Balarisi deal

Increasing antibiotic resistance drives expansion of Tetracyclines testing

Growing concern amongst regulatory bodies about human resistance to common antibiotics is driving expansion for veterinary residue testing.

Exploring food riddles in rhythm disturbances

Drinking excessive amounts of cola and eating honey made from the pollen of Rhododendrons can cause unusual syncope (fainting) and symptoms of arrhythmia

New multi-analyte array for the detection of antimicrobials in honey

Randox Food Diagnostics have developed the new Antimicrobial Array IV to detect multiple antimicrobial compounds in a single honey sample on the Evidence Investigator screening analyser.

Analysis of trace elements in honey

Flame sample introduction system is able to efficiently run dissolved honey samples without blockage or contamination

How manuka honey helps fight infection

Cardiff investigated the mechanisms of manuka honey action and found that its anti-bacterial properties were not due solely to the sugars present in the honey.

Screening honey to keep it pure from antibiotic residues

No antibiotic residues are permitted in honey and in order to meet legislative requirements, industry, authorities and research laboratories need rapid and sensitive screening methods for the detection of drug residues. Terry McGrath evaluates alternative methods for the screening of chloramphenicol, streptomycin and sulphonamides.





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