Trevor Smith
Health, welfare, nutrition, productivity, food safety, environment - those are key words for the Poultry Health Research Network (PHRN). Established in 2012, we are a network of poultry researchers and poultry health specialists who address a wide range of issues - from basic biology, to environmen...
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Video published on March 13, 2019
Trevor Smith (University of Guelph) gave an overview of the conjugated forms of different mycotoxins, during IPPE 2019 in Atlanta, USA.
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Video published on March 13, 2019
Trevor Smith (University of Guelph) talked about contaminated feedstuffs and their impact on gestating sows and piglets, during IPPE 2019 in Atlanta, USA.
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Video published on March 13, 2019
Trevor Smith (University of Guelph) spoke on the research of emerging mycotoxins and the use of LC/MS/MS to detect them, during IPPE 2019 in Atlanta, USA.
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Participation in Forum on June 18, 2018
I think this is a very helpful contribution to our understanding of mycotoxicoses in pigs. Despite the limitations of this type of meta-analysis, it is very interesting to see the quantitative differences in feed intake and weight gain of pigs comparing individual and multiple co-contaminant challenges. This certainly helps us understand the increased severity of response when pigs are fed natural ...
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Article published the August 31, 2017
Introduction Mycotoxins are metabolites produced by molds (fungi) that can infest crops pre-harvest and can continue to flourish under sub-optimal storage conditions. Grains with a high moisture content are particularly unstable and prone to mold proliferation and possible mycotoxin production. Excess rainfall at harvest and at key periods during the growing season can be a major promoter of myco ...
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Article published the September 27, 2016
INTRODUCTION The biogenic amines are biologically active compounds synthesized from amino acids. Feed-borne biogenic amines are most commonly synthesized by spoilage microorganisms and are usually considered to be potential toxins (Eggum et al. 1989). By-products that have undergone some degree of spoilage are generally considered to be the richest sources of biogenic amines. These would include ...
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Article published the July 17, 2007
Mycotoxins are metabolites produced by molds (fungi) which are toxic when consumed in significant amounts by livestock. The resulting pathological syndromes are referred to as mycotoxicoses.Mold growth on grains and subsequent mycotoxin synthesis is regulated by numerous factors of which moisture content is usually the most important. Toxigenic fungi generally grow best under humid, warm, aerobic ...
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Location:Guelph, Ontario, Canada
Profile: Academic / scientific
Occupation: Animal Nutritionist
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