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Volume IV - 14.11 References

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Orientation and Training

Food and Drug Administration

DOCUMENT NO.:
IV-14
VERSION NO.: 1.5

Section 14 - Complaints & Tampering

EFFECTIVE DATE:
10-01-03
REVISED: 02-14-13
  1. U.S. Food & Drug Administration, Office of Regulatory Affairs, (current edition). Investigations operations manual (chap. 9, subchap. 900: Complaints).
  2. U.S. Food & Drug Administration, Office of Regulatory Affairs, (current edition). Investigations operations manual (chap. 9, subchap. 970: Tampering).
  3. U.S. Food & Drug Administration, Office of Regulatory Affairs, (current edition). Investigations operations manual (chap. 9, Exhibit 970A: Federal Anti-tampering Act).
  4. Gosselin, R. E., Smith, R. P., Hodge, H. C. and Braddock, J. E. (1984). Clinical toxicology of commercial products (5th ed.). Baltimore: Williams & Wilkins.
  5. Bryson, P. D. (1989). Comprehensive review in toxicology (2nd ed.). Aspen, CO 
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  8. Safferstein, R. (Ed.). (1993). Forensic science handbook (Vol. III). Prentice-Hall
  9. U.S. Food & Drug Administration, Center for Food Safety and Applied Nutrition, Office of Plant, Dairy Foods and Beverages. Makovi, C. M. (Ed.), McMahon, B. M. (Ed. Emerita). (1994). Pesticide analytical manual-multiresidue methods (3rd ed., Vol. I). R.O.W. Sciences, Inc. 
  10. U.S. Pharmacopeia and National Formulary
  11. Horowitz, W. (Ed.). (2000). AOAC Official Methods of Analysis (17th ed., Vol. 1 and Vol. 2). Gaithersburg, MD: Association of Official Analytical Chemistry International. 
  12. Analytical Abstracts, Royal Society of Chemistry on a searchable CD-ROM from Silver Platter International, NV.
  13. Hummel, D. O. (2000). Handbook of surfactant analysis – chemical, physico-chemical and physical methods. New York: Wiley & Sons. 
  14. Rosen, M. J. & Goldsmith, H. A. (1972). Systematic analysis of surface-active agents (2nd ed.). New York: Wiley-Interscience
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  16. Kolb, B. and Ettre, L. S. (1997). Static headspace – gas chromatography: theory and practice. Wiley-VCH. 
  17. McLafferty, F.W. (2000). Wiley Registry of Mass Spectral Data, (7th ed., with NIST Spectral Data). Wiley. 
  18. U.S. Food & Drug Administration, Center for Food Safety and Applied Nutrition, Office of Plant, Dairy Foods and Beverages. Makovi, C. M. (Ed.), McMahon, B. M. (Ed. Emerita). (1994). Pesticide analytical manual-multiresidue methods (3rd ed., Vol. I, chap. 3, sect. 303 Method II for Non-fatty Foods). R.O.W. Sciences, Inc. 
  19. McLafferty, F. W. and Turecek, F. (1993). Interpretation of mass spectra (4th ed.). University Science Books. 
  20. U.S. Food & Drug Administration, Center for Food Safety and Applied Nutrition. (1984). Elemental analysis manual (for foods and related products, 1rst Rev.).
  21. Laboratory Information Bulletins, FDA, ORA, OO, Office of Regulatory Science. 
  22. Burke, J. L. and M.S. Ligmond, M. S. The separation and quantitation of butorphanol, nalbuphine, promethazine and methyl paraben found in STANDOL® - a Tampering case. Laboratory Information Bulletin, LIB No. 3876.
  23. Chase, M. G. (2001, February). Presumptive tests for the presence of bloodstains. Laboratory Information Bulletin, LIB No. 4237, 17(2), 1-5.
  24. Hill, W. E and Brown, J. R. Screening of containers for foreign objects by the use of diagnostic ultrasound imaging: application in tampering cases. Laboratory Information Bulletin, LIB No. 3781.
  25. Petzinger, G., Barry, T. L. and J.J. Specchio, J. J., Ph.D. Collision activated dissociation MS- MS analysis of warfarin in Kool-Aid tampering. Laboratory Information Bulletin, LIB No. 3168.
  26. Holak, W. Cyanide in foods – an overview. Laboratory Information Bulletin, LIB No. 3475.
  27. Piowar, T. S. Chloramine-T colorimetric determination of trace amounts of cyanide in tea. Laboratory Information Bulletin, LIB No. 3029.
  28. Mesmer, M. Z. and Flurer, R. A. Determination of bromthalin in commercial rodenticides found in consumer product samples by HPLC/UV-Vis spectrophotometry and HPLC /negative chemical ionization APCI mass spectrometry. Laboratory Information Bulletin, LIB No. 4149.
  29. McCullough, B. H. series on Cyanide: LIB No. 3026, LIB No. 3027, LIB NO. 3028.
  30. Krenitz, B. and Poplawski, T. Screening procedures for cyanide in leaf and instant tea. Laboratory Information Bulletin, LIB No. 3107.
  31. R. Scrogle, R. Screening Procedures for Cyanide in Samples using the LIXI Fluoroscope. Laboratory Information Bulletin, LIB No. 3109.
  32. Sinex, S. A., Hight, S. C., Lamont, W. H., Capar, S. G. and Clower, M. G., Jr. Qualitative detection of exogenous cyanide in fruits. Laboratory Information Bulletin, LIB No. 3352.
  33. Smith, W. T., Meitz, J. L. and Falcone, N. Rapid chloramine-T procedure for the confirmation of cyanide in tested solutions. Laboratory Information Bulletin, LIB No. 3358.
  34. Daft, J. L. Warfarin poisoning in dog food-assay by HPLC. Laboratory Information Bulletin, LIB No. 2256.
  35. Heitkemper, D. T, Barnes, B. S., Crowe, J. B., Flurer, C. L., Kaine, L. A., Mulligan, K. J., Sheppard, B. S., Urban, J. R. and Wolnik, K. A. Spot test for the presence of nitrite in spices with confirmation by ion chromatography. Laboratory Information Bulletin, LIB No. 3911.