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BOOK - MYCOTOXINS AND MYCOTOXICOSIS IN SWINE
This book is written by Professors Carlos Mallmann and Paulo Dilkin from the Laboratorio de Analises Micotoxicologicas (LAMIC) at the Federal University of Santa Maria in Brazil. It has been updated with the latest information since its first release in Portuguese in 2007. Contained in the184 pages is a comprehensive review of the issues facing the Swine Industry with Mycotoxins. In order to send you a free copy of our mycotoxin book, CLICK HERE. In order to send you a free copy of our mycotoxin book, CLICK HERE.
MANUAL - Mycotoxins And Mycotoxicosis in Animals and Humans
We at Special Nutrients are proud to announce that we have just completed the newly updated and revised 2nd Edition of Mycotoxins and Mycotoxicosis in Animals and Humans. This new Edition is now available in electronic form. Please click on the link below and complete that questionnaire to receive your copy. In order to send you a free copy of our mycotoxin manual, CLICK HERE. Alberto Gimeno and Maria Ligia Martins published in 2003 a mycotoxins manual in Spanish entitled Micotoxinas y Micotoxicosis en Animales y Humanos. The third edition of the Spanish manual was published in 2011. The same manual was then published in English in 2006, entitled Mycotoxins and Mycotoxicosis in Animals and Humans. This manual is a review and an update of the Spanish version, especially on the subject of mycotoxins legislation. The manual describes the mycotoxins problems produced by aflatoxins, ochratoxin A, zearalenone, vomitoxin or deoxynivalenol, fumonisins, patulin, T-2 toxin, diacetoxyscirpenol, monoacetoxyscirpenol, triacetoxyscirpenol and scirpentriol in animals (poultry, pigs, rabbits and ruminants) and some of them in humans. Mycotoxins concentration producing serious effects, synergisms and/or associations among mycotoxins, as well as, contamination occurrences are reported in the manual. Several recommendations to reduce mycotoxicosis; and strategies for prevention, decontamination, detoxification, and inactivation are discussed. Maximum tolerable mycotoxins concentrations and the current European Union legislation are also described. The manual is a consulting book for the professionals in the area of animal and human nutrition, for field veterinarians, farmers, and for the general public interested on this matter. For more information about the manual, contact (in Spanish or English) Mr. Fernando Tamames III from SPECIAL NUTRIENTS, 2766 Douglas Road, Miami, Florida 33133 USA. NOTICE! If you are asking for the handbook, please check carefully that your personal data is correct to avoid any mistake in the sending of the copy. Thank you. In order to send you a free copy of our mycotoxin manual, CLICK HERE.
MYCO-AD (CO-BIND - ANTICAKING - TOXFREE STANDARD)
Natural Dipolar Mycotoxin AdsorbentDESCRIPTION: Broad spectrum mycotoxin adsorbent for all types of feed. MODE OF ACTION: ADSORBS AND RETAINS the mycotoxins IN VITRO and IN VIVO at gastro-intestinal level and are excreted by way of the feces. Toxicity is eliminated or diminished, allowing the better adsorption of nutrients. The net adsorption capacity of MYCO-AD® retention process is the following: In vitro: 5 ppm (5000 ppb) of toxin at 0.25 (2.5 kg/Mt) 97 CITRININ95 AFLATOXIN B194 T284 VOMITOXIN (DON) 72 OCHRATOXIN A70 FUMONISIN B1 43 ZEARALENONE Scientific Studies In vivo:Aflatoxin 7.5 ppm (7500 ppb) at 0.25 (2.5 kg / Mt)Aflatoxin 5.0 ppm (5000 ppb) at 0.25 (2.5 kg / Mt)Aflatoxin 2.5 ppm (2500 ppb) at 0.25 (2.5 kg / Mt)T-2 1.0 ppm (1000 ppb) at 0.25 (2.5 kg / Mt)Ochratoxin 2.0 ppm (2000 ppb) at 0.25 (2.5 kg / Mt)Combination of mycotoxins BENEFITS: Maximizes: conversion and productivityReduces: mortality and mycotoxicosis costs. Secondary problems like bacterial diseases and vaccines not performing. DOSAGE: 2.5 kgs per ton of feed. APPLICATION: Add to mixer with the other ingredients and mix homogeneously. COMPATIBILITY:With all feed ingredients. MYCO-AD® DOES NOT affect, NOR adsorbs any of the other ingredients (vitamins, minerals, coccidiostats, nor antibiotics). INGREDIENTS: Formulated hydrated sodium and calcium aluminosilicate (HSCAS) ORGANOLEPTIC CHARACTERISTICS: Fine powder, beige color PACKAGING: 25 Kilogram bags 4ply paper / poly liner
MYCO-AD A-Z (CO-BIND A-Z - TOXFREE)
MYCO-AD A-Z is the new generation of mycotoxin binders that involves a special process, in which the clay is purified by extracting all the non-clay fractions that interfere with the adsorption of mycotoxins. This creates more points where the electrical charges of clay can coincide with the electrical charges of mycotoxins, increasing the NET adsorption of bipolar mycotoxins, and difficult to capture toxins, such as zearalenone. Once the non-essential fractions of the clay are eliminated, its individual layers are more exposed, presenting a larger surface for the adsorption and offering more angles where the electric charges of the clay can coincide with the electric charges of the mycotoxin. This process allows MYCO- AD A-Z to maintain the adsorption of polar mycotoxin and increases the adsorption capacity of the bipolar mycotoxin and of those toxins structurally difficult to capture, such as zearalenone. As is, for example, MYCO-AD regular can only adsorb 42 of the zearalenone at a level of 5000 ppb. Yet, when the clay has been submitted to the purification process, the adsorption capacity increases to 94 at 5000 ppb. In addition to increasing the adsorption, it also increase the efficiency of its adsorbent power, since instead of using 2.5 kilos of non-purified clay, it would only use 500 grams to capture 100 of 500 ppb of zearalenone. This same effect that MYCO-AD A-Z has with zearalenone is also applicable to other toxins produced by fusarium molds, such as fumonisina and trichothecenes. Moreover, there is an increase in the percentage of adsorption of mycotoxins that are not produced by fusarium, such as the ochratoxins. MYCO-AD A-Z does not adsorb nutrients, since it is a non-expandable clay and in addition, it has electrical charges more exposed to the surface, which makes it react with bipolar substances of high reactivity, such as mycotoxins. Although several of the nutrients present bipolar electric charges, this molecules have a very low reactivity in comparison to the mycotoxin, making it very difficult to be adsorb by MYCO-AD A-Z. The mechanism of action is adsorption and is irreversible, once the mycotoxins are adsorbed by the clay, they are excreted through the feces. MYCO-AD A-Z does not depend on any factors that are found in the GI track that can influence its effectiveness such as, antibiotics, enzymes, bacteria, etc.; and does not bio-transform mycotoxins in a metabolite that could be as toxic as the original mycotoxin. MYCO-AD AZ does not adsorb nutrients because it is a non-expandable clay.
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