Contaminated Horsemeat

  • Published: 1 Dec 1999

  • Author(s): Pass, Michael, Dr.

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To develop a method for detecting indospicine residues in horsemeat that is suitable for screening large numbers of samples under commercial conditions.
To develop a definitive system for detection of indospicine residues in horsemeat that can be used under commercial conditions for confirmation and accurate quantitation of indospicine detected by the above screening test.
To provide information on the mechanism of indospicine toxicity that can be used by the horsemeat industry to counteract threats to our export trade by countries importing horsemeat from Australia.