Model challenges conventional thoughts on drug residues

Model challenges conventional thoughts on drug residues

Kansas State University research factors in disease status to amount and type of drug residues found in animal tissue.

Research by Kansas State University's Institute of Computational Comparative Medicine is challenging conventional thought regarding human food safety and drug residues found in cattle and swine tissues.

In the study "Human Food Safety Implications of Variation in Food Animal Drug Metabolism" published recently in Nature's Scientific Reports, Kansas State University researchers Zhoumeng Lin, Christopher Vahl and Jim Riv

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