Article published the December 16, 2020
Mycotoxins are a chemically broad group of compounds characterized by low molecular weight. They are usually produced by moulds, especially species Aspergillus, Penicillium, Alternaria and Fusarium. Generally, there are many species, although only a few are monitored . These species pose a health risk to both humans and livestock, and their occurrence causes considerable economic ...
Article published the September 19, 2019
Mycotoxins are produced by molds under specific conditions, such as high humidity, poor agricultural practices, or damaged and contaminated crops. Although the presence of molds on grains does not necessarily mean there are mycotoxins present, the potential for mycotoxin production does exist. Further, the long-term absence of molds on stored food and feed does not guarantee that ...
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