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Contamination of Raw Cow Milk by Residues of Organochlorine Pesticides and Veterinary Products: Case of Daloa (Cote dIvoire)

Journal: International Journal of Science and Research (IJSR) (Vol.8, No. 2)

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Page : 1631-1634

Keywords : Fresh cow milk; organochlorine pesticide residues; residues of veterinary products; Daloa (C?te d'Ivoire).;

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This study was undertaken to examine the dietary risks that can result from human exposure to organochlorine pesticide residues and veterinary products through the consumption of fresh cow's milk. The various chromatographic analyzes carried out on the various samples taken revealed a contamination of this foodstuff rather popular with the population of Daloa. Quantified levels range from 0.004 to 0.048 mg. kg-1 per organochlorine pesticide residue with an overall mean loading of 0.083 mg. kg-1. At the level of veterinary products, the result indicates average concentrations ranging from 1.085 to 3.125 ?g. kg-1 with an overall average load of 1.698?g. kg-1.

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