Article published the August 7, 2020
Fungi, especially filamentous fungi can engender secondary metabolites denominated mycotoxins that have deleterious impacts, such as estrogenic effect, carcinogenicity, teratogenicity and mutagenicity in humanity and animal. Secondary metabolites of filamentous fungi can be more or less artificially divided in antibiotics that are toxic for microorganisms, phytotoxins that are toxic ...
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Do you have grant support and you work in aflatoxins before.please send me your CV.
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Dear Muhammedgood day.Referring to your Working on Aflatoxin residues in carcasses good, but many papers made in these field and I prefer first followed the feed of animals and how we can clean its from aflatoxins first after that study how if it have aflatoxins how we can detoxification or inhibition it from feed by commercial ways, it is the best way to stop aflatoxin.Best regards Prof. Hassan A ...
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This article is very good, it collected the methods of mycotoxins control. Best regardsProf. Hassan Amra
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In mycotoxin laboratory of ICAR-Central Avian Research Institute, Izatnagar (India), two mycotoxin binders were formulated after a decade of intensive research efforts on mycotoxicosis in various avian species and their efficacy was tested in broiler chicken, quails and Turkey. It was found that both the binders completely ameliorated the adverse effects of aflatoxicosis in tested avian species.
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The control of mycotoxins should be focused within a program that is usually called “Integrated Control”. This supposes apply some preventive measures at all stages of food production in question. The controls and measures to be implemented should become extended to the following steps:
•• Growing food
•• Selection of varieties
•• Control of insects and ...
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Fernando Tamames III, President of Special Nutrients, company of Royal Agrifirm Group, highlights the exchange of knowledge and information about innovative methodologies for analyzing mycotoxins, in a visit of a team of nutritionists from India belonging to Venky's, who toured the facilities of SAMITEC, PEGASUS and LAMIC, and the University of Santa Maria in Brazil.
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