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Cristiana Benetti is senior chemist at IZSVe – SCS2 Chemistry. She graduated in Chemistry and pharmaceutical techniques (1997) and than specialized in Chemistry and food technology (2000) and in Chemical methods of control and analysis (2003).
She is experienced in analytical method development and validation using LLE, SPE QuEChERS sample preparation techniques and ELISA, HPLC-DAD/FL, HPLC-MSMS to determine residues. She has a good knowledge of the institutional and legal framework of the national residue plans.
She is skilled in the international accreditation process in accordance with ISO/IEC 17025 requirements and in statistical methods applied to validation and quality control of analytical data.
Since 1998, research has been focused on analytical chemistry activities applied to veterinary drug residues (quinolones, tetracyclines, sulfonamides, forbidden drugs, anthelmintics, coccidiostats etc.) and some contaminants (PAH, Carbamates and ITX) in food. Since 2007, her experience has extended to specific fields as identification of irradiated food by chemical methods (GC-MS).
She is project coordinator in national funded research project RC 14/11 entitled, “Depletion study of carbadox, olaquindox and their metabolites in rabbit tissues after oral administration”; unit coordinator in nationally funded research project RC/13 entitled, “Analysis of veterinary drug residues by the multiclass-multiresidue approach: a new tool for future food safety control? Development and standardization of analytical methods to discover benefits and drawbacks”.
- Benetti, G. Segato, G. Biancotto, Confirmatory method for the determination of sulfonamides in muscle using a Quechers approach, Proceedings EuroResidue VII – Conference on Residues of Veterinary Drugs in Food-Egmond aan Zee – The Netherlands 14-16 maggio 2012
- Benetti C., G. Segato, G. Boaretto, A. Faggian, G. Biancotto, Confirmatory method for the determination of leucomalachite and malachite green in fish using Quechers approach, Proceedings EuroResidue VII – Conference on Residues of Veterinary Drugs in Food – Egmond aan Zee – The Netherlands 14-16 maggio 2012
- Biancotto, B. Girardi, R. Pasquetto, G. Segato, C. Benetti, Confirmatory method for the determination of carbadox and olaquindox metabolites in rabbit muscle by HPLC-MS/MS in negative ionisation mode, Proceedings EuroResidue VII – Conference on Residues of Veterinary Drugs in Food – Egmond aan Zee – The Netherlands 14-16 maggio 2012
- Rama, L. Lucatello, C. Montesissa, C. Benetti, D. Bajraktari, K. Uka, Veterinary drug use in Kosovo: Results from two year surveillance of antibacterial residues in milk, J. Int. Environmental Application & Science: 6 (3) (2011) 401-411
- Segato, C. Benetti, R. Angeletti, C. Montessissa, G. Biancotto, Doxycyicline and sulfadimethoxine transfer from cross-contaminated feed to chicken tissues, Food Additives and Contaminants: 28 (7) (2011) 860-868
- Baggio, A. Gallina, C. Benetti, F. Mutinelli, Residues of antibacterial drugs in honey from the Italian market, Food Additives and Contaminants: Part B 2 (2009) 52-58
- Biancotto, L. Contiero, C. Benetti, M. Calligaris, E. Tibaldi, L. Cerni, and M. Francese, Depletion of Chloramphenicol in trout after a hypothetic therapeutic treatment, Analytica Chimica Acta – 637 (2009) 173-177
- Benetti, R. Angeletti, G. Binato, A. Biancardi, G. Biancotto, A packaging contaminant: Isopropyltionxanthone (ITX) in dairy products, Analytica Chimica Acta – 617 (2008) 132-138
- Benetti, R. Piro, G. Binato, R. Angeletti, G. Biancotto, Simultaneous determination of lincomycin and five macrolide antibiotic residues in honey by liquid chromatography coupled to electrospray ionisation mass spectrometry, Food Additives and Contaminants – 23 (11) (2006) 1099-1108
- Benetti, N. Dainese, G. Biancotto, R. Piro, F. Mutinelli, Unauthorised antibiotic treatments in beekeeping: development and validation of a method to quantify and confirm Tylosin residues in honey using liquid chromatography – tandem mass spectrometry detection, Analytica Chimica Acta – 520 (2004) 87 – 92