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Antibiotic Residue Test For Milk

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An Edmonton firm working on a device to quickly detect antibiotic residues in milk on-farm will get over $350,000 in federal development funding. The support for SciMed Technologies is to flow through the federal Canadian Agricultural Adaptation Program (CAAP). The kit will ensure quality control at all stages of the dairy food supply chain and result in increased quality assurance and enhanced food safety, the government said in a release. Company president Dr. Rajan Gupta said the device will allow for both rapid and simultaneous detection of multiple antibiotic residues.

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