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Articles by Mustafa Alisarli
Total Records ( 2 ) for Mustafa Alisarli
  Suleyman Alemda , Tahir Kahraman , Sema Agaoglu and Mustafa Alisarli
  In this study, nitrate and nitrite levels of drinking water in city of Bitlis were investigated. A total of 164 water samples, collected from the tank and tap water in Spring and Autumn were used as material. Analysis performed through spectrometric techniques showed that all samples contained some levels of nitrate and nitrite. The average nitrate and nitrite levels were 5.68±0.31 and 1.32±0.09 mg L-1, respectively. The effects of residential areas and season on the nitrate and nitrite levels were found to be statistically significant (p<0.05). Nitrate levels of tank and tap water were in accordance with recommended standards. However, 12 and 100% of tank water samples and 7.02 and 100% of tap water samples collected respectively in Spring and Autumn did not meet the national standards for nitrite levels. In addition, 3.58% of tap water collected in Autumn did not meet the international standards.
  Ozgur Cadirci , Ali Gucukoglu , Necati Ozpinar , Goknur Terzi and Mustafa Alisarli
  This study was undertaken to determine the presence and levels of Aflatoxin M1 (AFM1) in ice cream samples consumed in the province of Samsun. For this purpose, a total of 115 samples comprising 25 vanilla ice creams, 65 fruit ice creams and 25 chocolate ice creams were used as the study materials. The ice cream samples were purchased randomly from 11 different markets. The samples were analysed by the Enzyme Linked Immunosorbent Assay (ELISA) method. Aflatoxin M1 was detected in 30 (26.08%) of the ice cream samples, ranging from 6.12-32.15 ng kg‾1 whereas 85 samples (73.92%) did not reveal the presence of this toxin. The AFM1 levels were not higher than the limits of the Turkish Food Codex (50 ng kg‾1 for ice cream) in all of the ice cream samples. It was concluded that the aflatoxins contained in some of the investigated samples were potential risks for public health. Therefore, milk which is the basic ingredient of ice cream must be continuously monitored for AFM1 contamination. Furthermore, dairy cow feed should be stored in such a way that they do not become contaminated.
 
 
 
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