THE EFFECT OF COOKING AND COLD STORAGE PROCESSES ON FLORFENICOL RESIDUES IN MUSCLE TISSUES OF STURGEON (Acipenser gueldenstaedtii) REARED IN BLACK SEA
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CitationGurbuz S.,Baydan E.,Ture M.,Tacbas E.,Akbulut B.,Ozcelep T. 2021. The effect of cooking and cold storage processes on florfenicol residues in muscle tissues of sturgeon (Acipenser gueldenstaedtii) reared in black sea. Pakistan Journal of Agricultural Sciences. 58 (2), Pages 421 - 427
This research was performed to determine the effect of boiling, grilling and cold storage processes on florfenicol residues in muscle tissues of sturgeons. A total of 16 sturgeons, 10 of which have received single dosage of florfenicol at 10 mg kg(-1) bw day(-1) level and remaining 6 have not received any florfenicol were used in this study. The analyses were performed by HPLC. The mean recovery rate and repeatability pooled-RSD r% of analytical method for florfenicol analysis of sturgeon muscle were determined as 83.4 +/- 1.07% and 17% respectively. The florfenicol levels were 40.30 +/- 8.23% in the muscle tissue of boiled fish, 57.80 +/- 7.46% in the boiling juice, 101.10 +/- 4.01% in the grilled tissue and 78.01 +/- 15.40% and 62.36 +/- 11.60% in the muscle tissues of fishes, which were stored at -20 degrees C, on the 20th and 50th days respectively. The initial florfenicol level in the fish muscle was significantly reduced (P<0.05) by boiling and cold storage processes. A decrease occurred in florfenicol level in boiling process due to the transfer from muscle tissue to boiling juice, and there was no decrease in the florfenicol level as a result of grilling.
SourcePakistan Journal of Agricultural Sciences