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Stephen Adejoro Dr The feed industry should ALSO ask for upstream mycotoxin mitigation strategies along with the binders. Contaminated feeds are also poorer in nutrient contents as compared to uncontaminated ones.
Participation in Forum on July 18, 2022
Dr. Arpad Bata Thank you for response, I totally agreed with your statement "Therefore, on order to achieve the same adsorption effect with a probiotic product, it must be applied in a much higher dosage (5-10 kg/t), which raises economical questions". But it depends on the probiotic strain, there are several reports stated that use of single probiotic strain enhance the growth performance, weig ...
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It is an interesting idea to fight with probiotics against mycotoxins in the feed. It is without a doubt that probiotics have general beneficial effects on the whole body, as they have immune strengthening effects. It is also a scientifically accepted fact that polysaccharides found in the wall of microorganisms have mycotoxin adsorbing effects. It is also known that the effects of mycotoxins dep ...
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For poultry, I have formulated two mycotoxin binders to manage mycotoxicosis in poultry. Presently, I am working on management of mycotoxicosis in ruminants primarily reduction of mycotoxin excretion in milk.
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Dear Dr. Marchenkov, thanks for your comment. For the binders we are speaking about a binding mechanism. Dietary supplementation with non-nutritive mycotoxin-adsorbents is by far the most practical and most widely studied method for reducing the effects of mycotoxin exposure. Of course, an effective mycotoxin adsorbent should be a nutritionally inert adsorbent, which when incorporated into contami ...
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Dear all, at first we need to select: what is deactivation? Is it destroying? Or binding? Or we need to know how effective is liver P-450 in vivo against mycotoxins? How can we use binders if these binders can chemically react with vitamins? What is alternative? Grain without mycotoxins: is it possible? Probably not, and this is problem for everybody. Let's discuss!
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Good message to manage mycotoxicosis. I would like to state that I have developed two Mycotoxin binders for poultry after a decade's long research: Mycodetox B1 and Mycodetox B2. Both the binders were tested in Chickens, Quails, Turkeys and Ducks for their efficacy to ameliorate mycotoxicosis. Both the binders completely ameliorated the ill effects of mycotoxicosis in Chickens, Quails, Turkeys and ...
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Siska Croubels (Ghent University) comments on the main mycotoxins, particularly fumonisins and DON, during IPVS2022 in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil.
Participation in Forum on July 13, 2022
I think that probiotics is one of the good approaches that will restrict the bioavailability of mycotoxins in animals gut. There are several reports stated that probiotics could be the best strategy to remove mycotoxins by binding mechanisms, particularly cell wall components of lactic acid bacteria involve in the binding and also it improves the growth performance of animals.
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1. IntroductionFungi 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 an ...
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