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1.  Introduction Ochratoxin A (OTA) is one of the several fungal mycotoxins that have aroused significant public concern worldwide. The disease caused by OTA exposure is known as ochratoxicosis, and the primary target is the kidney. Epidemiological studies show that OTA may be involved in the pathogenesis of different forms of human nephropathies, including kidney cancer [1–3]. Tumor i ...
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Near Infrared Spectroscopy(NIR) Technology is most simple and one that anyone can try. But still it's not simple as you need many things connected to get desired results. One should work on making simple farmer friendly devices using NIR Technology.
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Sear Suresh Kumar BV Unfortunately not. The system only works for raw materials. The curves for the main mycotoxins (Aflatoxins, Zearalenone, Fumonisins and Deoxynivalenol) are operational on corn, wheat, wheat bran and barley. Importantly, the system is designed to calculate the Mycotoxin Risk with interpretations for poultry and pigs.
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Thats wrong that it would not do anything to chicken, new changes in the Genetics of mycotoxins had made many natural hybrid and now they're more vulnerable for every animal or human including chicken.
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Carlos Mallmann, Professor and researcher from LAMIC, speaks about mycotoxins especially fumosin and zearalenone, and also about anti-mycotoxin additives at the XVII World Veterinary Poultry Association Congress in Cancun, Mexico.
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Jonathan Tarus It's another system. Enter in https://www.pegasusscience.com/site/us/ than you can see more details of the process. It's very simple!
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Dear Stephen Fapohunda Yes. The system is absolutely simple. You just need familiarity with reading in NIRS. Upload to the site. Wait a few minutes. Results interpreted on Mycotoxin Risk charts. Best regards
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Dear Suresh Kumar BV, some samples from Bihar (India) were analysed for the presence of aflatoxins (Individual and total). The abstract of the paper published:Singh, R. and Shrivastav, A.K. 2011. Occurrence of aflatoxins in maize feed in Bihar. Indian Journal of Poultry Science, 46(3):341-345, is given below: One hundred twenty maize samples were collected from Samastipur District of Bihar around ...
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Excessive rains close to the time of harvesting in South American corn-exporting countries have affected the quality of local grains. Corn and soybeans from Argentina and Brazil are exported to many countries in South America, Africa, Russia and the Middle East.   Due to the weather conditions last year, a lot of problems with the grain quality are expected in corn-importing countries in 20 ...
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Traceability does matter on priority in herbal extract formulations*
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