Martin Hansen

Biotic transformation of anticoccidials in soil using a lab-scale bio-reactor as a precursor-tool.

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  • Martin Hansen
  • Erland Björklund
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  • Kristine A Krogh
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  • Asbjørn Brandt
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  • Bent Halling-Sørensen
  • Det Naturvidenskabelige Fakultet
  • Institut for Matematiske Fag
Two anticoccidial agents, salinomycin and robenidine, heavily used in the worldwide veterinary meat production, were investigated for their potential biotic degradation by cultured soil bacteria. The degradation-study was performed in lab-scale bio-reactors under aerobic and anaerobic conditions incubated for 200 h with a mixed culture of soil bacteria. Samples were analyzed by LC-MS/MS and potential transformation products were tentatively identified. Salinomycin was degraded under aerobic conditions and traces could be found after 200 h, however, seems more persistent under anaerobic conditions. Four transformation products of salinomycin were discovered. Robenidine was degraded under aerobic and anaerobic conditions, however, traces of robenidine were observed after 200 h. Five biotic transformation products of robenidine were discovered.
Sider (fra-til)212-215
Antal sider4
StatusUdgivet - 1 jan. 2012

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