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Article published the February 14, 2020
1. Introduction Mycotoxins are ubiquitous in nature and has been reported a natural contaminants of various feed or fodder throughout the world (Katole et al., 2013). Mycoxicosis, is characterized by its hepatotoxic, nephrotoxic, immunosuppressive, carcinogenic, mutagenic and teratogenic effects in animals and poultry (Patil et al., 2005, 2006, 2014, 2017a, b; Patial et al., 2013; Patil and Deglo ...
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Participation in Forum on February 13, 2020
Ascorbic acid acts as per the mechanisms of anti-oxidant.
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There are reports in literature indicating replacement of animal protein with vegetable protein, however, extensive studies are required for better conclusion.
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Participation in Forum on February 13, 2020
Monitoring of mycotoxins contamination in maize is very important. In India, analysis of maize samples revealed high level of mycotoxins contamination, particularly aflatoxins.
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Thank you Prof. V.S. Kryukov for your valuable comment.
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Article published the February 10, 2020
Amongst the most widespread mycotoxins, aflatoxins are of great concern in warm and humid climatic conditions like India (Singh et al. 2010). Aflatoxins include B1, B2, G1 and G2, and aflatoxin B1 (AFB1) is the most important toxic secondary metabolites, produced by 3 closely related species of Aspergillus; A. flavus, A. parasiticus and A. nomius in the feedstuffs. Avoidance of contaminated feed i ...
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Article published the January 6, 2020
Mycotoxins are a group of structurally diverse secondary metabolites of fungi that occur as contaminants of grains worldwide. Aspergillus, Alternaria, Claviceps, Fusarium and Penicillium species of fungi are ubiquitous in nature and under ideal conditions often infect economically important crops during storage, shipment and processing. Many secondary metabolites produced by these fungi can cause ...
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Participation in Forum on January 3, 2020
Dear Virginie, can you give me some material/product to reduce mycotoxins effects in ruminants particularly Buffalo and cattle.
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Article published the January 2, 2020
A number of cereals and other crops that are incorporated into the human and animal feed are susceptible to fungal attack and mycotoxin production, either in the field (before and after harvest) or during storage, transport, processing and feeding whenever conditions are favourable. The fungi involved produce highly toxic compounds as secondary metabolites referred to as mycotoxins, which can caus ...
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Article published the December 30, 2019
The family of ochratoxins consists of three members known as ochratoxin A, ochratoxin B and ochratoxin C. They are the second major group of mycotoxins to be characterized after the discovery of aflatoxins. Structurally, the three toxins differ only very slightly from each other; however, these differences have marked effects on their respective toxic potentials, with ochratoxin A being the most t ...
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