Mycotoxins - Adsorbents, binders, tests News
News published on August 16, 2007:
In a brutal battle for food and space, two fungal cousins are currently duking it out across the nation's cotton fields. Thanks to biological control strategies developed by the Agricultural Research Service (A...
USDA Agricultural Research Service
News published on May 14, 2007:
With summer just around the corner, thoughts of another season of drought and in turn the increased presence of mycotoxins are crossing many equine owners' minds."The global climate change has resulted in clima...
News published on March 1, 2007:
Charm Sciences announces the first lateral flow test for fumonisin, delivering fast, economical, accurate detection for fumonisin in a convenient, one-step strip assay.
The ROSA® (Rapid One Step Assay) Qua...
News published on November 6, 2006:
Charm Sciences is pleased to announce the first test to be approved for official testing of Zearalenone in the U.S national grain inspection system. It is also the first commercially available lateral flow test...
Charm Sciences Inc.
News published on September 28, 2006:
Romer Labs® has received United States Department of Agricultural (USDA) and Grain Inspectors, Packers and Stockyard Administration (GIPSA) approval for the FluoroQuant® Afla Test Kit (Certificate No. FGIS 2006...
News published on August 4, 2006:
Charm Sciences announces its ROSA® Qualitative P/N kit for DON, a 3 minute strip test for the detection of DON has successfully attained the USDAs Certificate of Performance (COP) with a screening choice of 1 p...
Charm Sciences, Inc.
News published on June 14, 2006:
Charm Sciences is pleased to announce the newest member of the ROSA® lateral flow test line to screen milk for Aflatoxin with quantitative results in just 8 minutes.
Charm's ROSA Aflatoxin test is the fastes...
Charm Sciences Inc.
News published on May 8, 2006:
Eva received her PhD in Molecular Biology/Genetics from the University of Vienna.
Before joining Romer Labs in April 2006 she worked at Szabo-Scandic where she was
responsible for sales and marketing of diagn...
News published on February 16, 2006:
Common grade lactic acid bacteria (LAB) from grain, malting, brewing and cereal processing could be a cheap and natural means of reducing deadly mycotoxins in grains, according to scientists in Ireland.
Food Production Daily
News published on December 21, 2005:
The Süd-Chemie Group has confirmed its participation in Engormix.com, through the 3 main areas: Spanish, English, and Portuguese.
Likewise, the users interested in mycotoxins, will be informed next year abo...