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Record number 507326
Title IAG ring test animal proteins 2016
Author(s) Raamsdonk, L.W.D. van; Rhee, N.E. van de; Scholtens-Toma, I.M.J.; Prins, T.W.; Vliege, J.J.M.; Pinckaers, V.G.Z.
Source Wageningen : RIKILT Wageningen UR (RIKILT report 2016.008) - 31 p.
Department(s) RIKILT - BU Toxicology Bioassays & Novel Foods
Publication type Research report
Publication year 2016
Keyword(s) ring test - animal proteins - analytical methods - microscopy - fish feeding - animal health - polymerase chain reaction - ringtest - dierlijke eiwitten - analytische methoden - microscopie - visvoeding - diergezondheid - polymerase-kettingreactie
Categories Animal Health and Welfare
Abstract The annual ring test for the detection of animal proteins in animal feed of the IAG - International Association for Feeding stuff Analysis, Section Feeding stuff Microscopy was organized by RIKILT - Wageningen UR, The Netherlands. The aim of the ring study was to provide the participants information on the performance of the local implementation of the detection method for their local quality systems. A further aim was to gather information about the application of the microscopic method. The current 2016 version of the IAG ring test for animal proteins facilitated the full scenario with the methods for microscopy and PCR as published in Regulation (EC) 51/2013 amending Annex VI of Regulation (EC) 152/2009 together with accompanying SOPs. All four samples were based on an artificial feed mimicking a formulation for ruminant feed. Two samples were labelled as fish feed (B and D), which was effectuated by adding 2% of a general fish meal. Adulteration was achieved by adding 0.1% pig MBM (B), 0.1% ruminant MBM (D) and a combination of 0.1% ruminant MBM and 0.1% fish meal (C). This combination of different spikes allowed the diverse application of the detection methods. Forty eight participants enrolled for the ring test, of which 45 submitted microscopic results. Of these, 20 participants applied the combination of microscopic and PCR analysis. Three participants submitted exclusively PCR results.
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