Veterinary drug residues refer to the original form of the drug, metabolites and drug impurities accumulated and stored in cells, tissues and organs after the drug is administered to animals. There are many types of veterinary drugs and a wide range of applications. 154 veterinary drug residues in several food categories (Desmarchelier A et al., 2021). Although veterinary drugs play a very important role in preventing and treating animal diseases and improving the quality of animal products, the abuse of veterinary drugs can easily cause residues of harmful substances in animal-derived foods. It may cause chronic poisoning to the human body, threaten life and health, and induce a variety of diseases. It will also cause great harm to the development of animal husbandry and the ecological environment.
Fig.1 A series of processes involving veterinary drug residues in the human body.(Wang B et al., 2021)
Veterinary drug residue test kits are common tools for detecting veterinary drug residues (fluoroquinolones, lincosamides, macrolides, polymyxins, sulfonamides, tetracyclines, parasitic drugs, anticoccidial, sex hormones, corticosteroids, β-stimulants and nonsteroidal anti-inflammatory drugs) in food, as well as important means to ensure food safety. Veterinary drug residue test kits can be divided into the following categories:
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