Carlos A. Mallmann
LAMIC – is a wide structure of mycotoxin analyses, anti-mycotoxin addictive control (adsorbents), nutrition, animal health as well as specialized services concerning antibiotics, enzymes and fine chemistry. In addition, LAMIC gives services to more than 1,000 Brazilian and foreign agrocompanies carr...
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Mycotoxins are highly toxic secondary metabolic products of moulds. They lead to decreased productivity and profitability in livestock. At Adisseo, we have developed a comprehensive approach to the management of mycotoxins. Our MycoMan range of services allows the mycotoxin risk to be identified and optimal strategies to be developed thanks to the mycotoxin prediction tool, the harvest bulletin, q ...
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Dear Radka! Another addition to the early written In your article, all conclusions are correct, but they are associated only with the described study. This is an in-depth control of the contamination of raw materials with mycotoxins. This is a routine, albeit necessary work. She did not lead to new scientific conclusions. There are many similar works. The publications of the last decade differ ...
Participation in Forum on January 26, 2020
Mr. Guo.This depends on several factors. First, the toxin that contaminates the material. Depending on what we find, the adsorbent is used. The clearest example is that of Aluminosilicates for Aflatoxins. There are many that work very well.Thus, saying which is the best is not possible. A product that "works" for all mycotoxins may look better, but the active ingredients are diluted when a toxin i ...
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Participation in Forum on January 3, 2020
Stephen Adejoro Dr Your approach is pertinent. We are more than 30 years involved in this at our university. In this period more than 1.5 million analyzes were carried out officially, either to control imports or companies involved with food/feed production. Our experience has led us to create mitigation systems for animal production such as Mycotoxin Risk calculation based on factors for each spe ...
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Participation in Forum on January 3, 2020
Aoun Khan Water activity represents free water for growth of microorganisms. It goes from 0 to 1 (pure water). From 0.7 already has some microorganisms that can grow, so keeping below that eliminates the risk. This goes for any food/feed.
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Participation in Forum on January 3, 2020
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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Participation in Forum on January 2, 2020
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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Participation in Forum on January 2, 2020
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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Participation in Forum on July 8, 2019
Dear Mr Clement As in the answer above, sorry for not responding. The only thing that ensures mycotoxins do not form is to keep feed at a water activity (Aw) below 0.7. Any food/feed will be safe that way. Best regards
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Participation in Forum on July 8, 2019
Hi Fernando!My apologies for not responding sooner. There are 3 accounts in Engormix which I sometimes forget to look at.Well, about your question. We do not have specific legislation for feed. Our Ministry of Agriculture recommends 50 ppb for Aflatoxins (https://www.pegasusscience.com/site/us/mycotoxins/legislation). For animals, after the many years of in vivo experiments and analyzing the conta ...
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