Gentamicin began development in 1967, and was successfully identified at the end of 1969. It was named "gentamicin", which means to celebrate the "Nineth Congress" and to celebrate the greatness of the working class. Today, gentamicin has been widely used in dairy farming, and the situation of residual gentamicin in milk has become increasingly serious. The gentamicin rapid test
kit independently developed by Ballya
can effectively detect gentamicin residues in milk. The operation is simple, the time is short, and the accuracy is high, and the test results comply with EU standards. Ballya will do more in-depth research in this area in the future.