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1. Introduction Fungi are the second largest group of eukaryotes that play a significant role in human health. The widespread prevalence of fungi in the environment and food chain makes them hazardous for humans. Mycotoxins contamination of agricultural produce is a serious threat to human health [1]. The ingestion of mycotoxins contaminated food, results acute and chronic toxicity to the humans ...
Article published the July 26, 2021
1. Introduction Fungi are the second largest group of eukaryotes that play a significant role in human health. The widespread prevalence of fungi in the environment and food chain makes them hazardous for humans. Mycotoxins contamination of agricultural produce is a serious threat to human health [1]. The ingestion of mycotoxins contaminated food, results acute and chronic toxicity to the humans ...
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Participation in Forum on July 3, 2021
Dear Olga, Thank you for sharing words on mycotoxins risk, particularly app you developed that will really helps to monitor mycotoxins risk and their management.
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Dear Navale, testing as many mycotoxins as possible always helps to ascertain toxicity more precisely. But under field conditions, such analysis can be expensive and time consuming. A field miller has to make a quick decision whether to accept or reject raw materials very quickly and he can't analyze all mycotoxins. Scientifically, Aflatoxins, OTA and T-2 are the most toxic mycotoxins to poultry a ...
Participation in Forum on June 22, 2021
Dear Haladi, As per your study and conclusion analysis of DON, zearalenone and fumonisins in poultry raw materials and food is not required. But in our study we found that these raw materials are highly contaminated with zearalenone and fumonisins which surpassed the legal limits.
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Participation in Forum on May 21, 2021
Dear John, Thank you for your comment I just want to add that its all about intrinsic and extrinsic factor that leads to mold growth and mycotoxin production which are really challenging task to manage at field level but yes there is primary need to develop awareness in the farmers about harvesting and storage practices that will really help to minimize the contamination particularly in developin ...
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Guilherme Bromfman, NCA Mycotoxin Management Category Manager at Adisseo, underscores the effects of some mycotoxins in the poultry and pig industry and explains how Adisseo can help customers to face mycotoxins challenges, during IPPE 2019
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My largest problem that in your chart the first step is the forecasting. The prevention would be better, as I mentioned we have resistance differences to exploit. As it cannot ever be perfect, at least not at out present genetic knowledge, the significantly lower toxin contamination could be treated at a much better efficacy than the high one. This is clear. Toxin binders, antibiotics are expensiv ...
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Akos Mesterhazy I absolutely agree with you! of course first of all we should try to use resistance genetic, fungicides and good agronomic practice - to do all we can do to prevent mycotoxin contamination on a field.. and then comes the methods described.. and as you mentioned - if the levels are too high and can not be treated - not for feed or food utilization.. thank you for your comment!
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Carlos Mallmann, Director of the Laboratory of Mycotoxicological Analysis, from the University of Santa Maria in Brazil (UFSM - Brasil), speaks about the technologies for predictions of mycotoxins in poultry, during a visit of a team of nutritionists from India belonging to Venky's, who toured the facilities of SAMITEC, PEGASUS and LAMIC, and the University of Santa Maria.
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