Test for Phenylbutazone

Company has developed a new method to test for the presence of phenylbutazone in horsemeat.

Phenylbutazone, also known as "bute," is a potent painkiller banned in any horsemeat intended for human consumption. Company has developed a new method to test for the presence of phenylbutazone in horsemeat. The new method uses a simple, two-step solid-phase extraction (SPE) cleanup protocol that is significantly faster than the manual liquid-liquid extraction procedures required by other methods. The method has been validated according to guidelines set by the EU, AOAC International and the International Union of Pure and Applied Chemistry.


Thermo Fisher Scientific, www.thermofisherscientific.com

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