E. Ghrejyan, S. Stepanyan, L. Sireyan;                             BULLETIN of Armenian National Agrarian University,                             2019,                             65 (1),                             pp. 66-68;                                                     
                    
                        
Abstract
The aim of this study was to conduct dietary exposure assessment of tetracycline residues through consumption of cultured Ishkan fish meat in Armenia. Tetracycline concentrations were detected by enzyme linked immunosorbent assay method (ELISA). The results indicated that the contents of tetracycline residues exceed the maximum allowable concentration (MAC) value in more than half of the samples. However, due to relatively low consumption of Ishkhan fish, the Hazard Quotient (HQ) is less than 1, indicating a low health risk.
                        
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