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Title 21Chapter ISubchapter EPart 556


TITLE 21—Food and Drugs

CHAPTER I—FOOD AND DRUG ADMINISTRATION, DEPARTMENT OF HEALTH AND HUMAN SERVICES (CONTINUED)

SUBCHAPTER E—ANIMAL DRUGS, FEEDS, AND RELATED PRODUCTS

PART 556—TOLERANCES FOR RESIDUES OF NEW ANIMAL DRUGS IN FOOD

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Subpart A—GENERAL PROVISIONS

§556.1
General considerations; tolerances for residues of new animal drugs in food.
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Subpart B—SPECIFIC TOLERANCES FOR RESIDUES OF NEW ANIMAL DRUGS

§556.34
Albendazole.
§556.36
Altrenogest.
§556.38
Amoxicillin.
§556.40
Ampicillin.
§556.50
Amprolium.
§556.52
Apramycin.
§556.60
Arsenic.
§556.70
Bacitracin.
§556.100
Carbadox.
§556.110
Carbomycin.
§556.113
Ceftiofur.
§556.115
Cephapirin.
§556.118
Chloramine-T.
§556.120
Chlorhexidine.
§556.150
Chlortetracycline.
§556.160
Clopidol.
§556.163
Clorsulon.
§556.165
Cloxacillin.
§556.167
Colistimethate.
§556.169
Danofloxacin.
§556.170
Decoquinate.
§556.180
Dichlorvos.
§556.185
Diclazuril.
§556.200
Dihydrostreptomycin.
§556.225
Doramectin.
§556.226
Enrofloxacin.
§556.227
Eprinomectin.
§556.230
Erythromycin.
§556.240
Estradiol and related esters.
§556.260
Ethopabate.
§556.273
Famphur.
§556.275
Fenbendazole.
§556.277
Fenprostalene.
§556.283
Florfenicol.
§556.286
Flunixin.
§556.292
Gamithromycin.
§556.300
Gentamicin sulfate.
§556.304
Gonadotropin.
§556.308
Halofuginone hydrobromide.
§556.310
Haloxon.
§556.330
Hygromycin B.
§556.344
Ivermectin.
§556.346
Laidlomycin.
§556.347
Lasalocid.
§556.350
Levamisole hydrochloride.
§556.360
Lincomycin.
§556.375
Maduramicin ammonium.
§556.380
Melengestrol acetate.
§556.410
Metoserpate hydrochloride.
§556.420
Monensin.
§556.425
Morantel tartrate.
§556.426
Moxidectin.
§556.428
Narasin.
§556.430
Neomycin.
§556.440
Nequinate.
§556.445
Nicarbazin.
§556.460
Novobiocin.
§556.470
Nystatin.
§556.480
Oleandomycin.
§556.490
Ormetoprim.
§556.495
Oxfendazole.
§556.500
Oxytetracycline.
§556.510
Penicillin.
§556.513
Piperazine.
§556.515
Pirlimycin.
§556.540
Progesterone.
§556.560
Pyrantel tartrate.
§556.570
Ractopamine.
§556.580
Robenidine hydrochloride.
§556.592
Salinomycin.
§556.597
Semduramicin.
§556.600
Spectinomycin.
§556.610
Streptomycin.
§556.620
Sulfabromomethazine sodium.
§556.625
Sodium sulfachloropyrazine monohydrate.
§556.630
Sulfachlorpyridazine.
§556.640
Sulfadimethoxine.
§556.650
Sulfaethoxypyridazine.
§556.660
Sulfamerazine.
§556.670
Sulfamethazine.
§556.685
Sulfaquinoxaline.
§556.690
Sulfathiazole.
§556.700
Sulfomyxin.
§556.710
Testosterone propionate.
§556.720
Tetracycline.
§556.730
Thiabendazole.
§556.733
Tildipirosin.
§556.735
Tilmicosin.
§556.738
Tiamulin.
§556.739
Trenbolone.
§556.740
Tylosin.
§556.741
Tripelennamine.
§556.745
Tulathromycin.
§556.748
Tylvalosin.
§556.750
Virginiamycin.
§556.760
Zeranol.
§556.765
Zilpaterol.
§556.770
Zoalene.


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