Article published the June 21, 2019
Aflatoxins (AF) are a major concern in poultry production and public health because of serious economic losses and health problems. AF in poultry feed cause listlessness, anorexia with lowered growth rate, poor feed utilization, decreased egg production and increased mortality (Miazzo et al 2000). Anaemia (Oguz et al 2000a), reduction of immune function (Gabal and Azzam 1998, Oguz et ...
Article published the February 22, 2019
Mycotoxins are toxic metabolites that synthesized by a variety of fungal species and can be produced in feed, feedstuffs and foods in suitable conditions, such as moisture, temperature, oxygen and duration (Saleemi et al., 2017). The most common mycotoxin found in poultry feed and foodstuffs is aflatoxins (AFs) because it is produced rapidly and more toxic than the others (Oguz, 2016 ...
Participation in Forum on November 5, 2018
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Article published the August 12, 2016
Aflatoxins (AF), a group of closely related, extremely toxic chemicals, are produced by Aspergillus flavus and Aspergillus parasiticus and can occur as natural contaminants of poultry foods (Edds and Bortell, 1983; Leeson et al., 1995). Aflatoxicosis is an important disease of livestock and poultry. AF may be produced in food and foodstuffs before harvest, between harvest and drying ...
Article published the July 15, 2016
Originally published in Research in Veterinary Science 2001, 71, 59-66
AFLATOXINS (AF), are secondary metabolites produced by certain fungi belonging to the genus Aspergillus and can occur as natural contaminants of poultry feed (Leeson et al 1995, Oguz 1997). The toxicity of AF in broiler chickens has been widely investigated by the determination of their carcinogenic, mutagenic, te ...
Article published the July 12, 2016
Originally published in Research in Veterinary Science 2000, 69, 89–93.
AFLATOXINS (AF), a group of closely related, extremely toxic chemicals, are produced by Aspergillus flavus and Aspergillus parasiticus and can occur as natural contaminants of poultry foods. Aflatoxicosis is an important disease of livestock and poultry. The frequent AF contamination of agricultural commodi ...
Article published the July 4, 2016
This paper was published in "British Poultry Science Volume 46, Number 3 (June 2005), pp. 394–400"
Aflatoxins are a major concern in poultry production because of serious economic losses. The toxicity of aflatoxins in broiler chickens has been widely investigated by determining their teratogenic, carcinogenic, mutagenic and growth inhibitory effects (Oguz and Kurtoglu, 2000). ...
Participation in Forum on October 29, 2015
Aflatoxins: Climate change and biodegradation
Nikolett Baranyi, Sa´ ndor Kocsube´ and Ja´ nos Varga
Current Opinion in Food Science 2015, 5:60–66
Participation in Forum on October 28, 2015
Scientists can assess the preventive efficacy and practical usability of feed additives in more detail by following the titles of articles, associate authors and/or materials and methods of related articles. For application in practice, focus on limiting AF contamination by optimizing harvesting and storage conditions should be stressed instead of expecting miracles from feed additives which have ...