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NIR methodology can be used for mycotoxin also. The following references can be referred: Fei Shen, Qifang Wu, Xiaolong Shao, Qiang Zhang (2018) Non-destructive and rapid evaluation of aflatoxins in brown rice by using near-infrared and mid-infrared spectroscopic techniques.J Food Sci Technol (March 2018) 55(3):1175–1184. Smita Tripathi , H.N. Mishra (2009) A rapid FT-NIR method for estimation of ...
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Carlos Mallmann, Director of the Laboratory of Mycotoxicological Analysis, from the University of Santa Maria in Brazil (UFSM - Brasil), speaks about the technologies for predictions of mycotoxins in poultry, during 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.
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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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Guilherme Bromfman, NCA Mycotoxin Management Category Manager at Adisseo, underscores the effects of some mycotoxins in the poultry and pig industry and explains how Adisseo can help customers to face mycotoxins challenges, during IPPE 2019
Participation in Forum on March 27, 2020
In total agreement with the conclusion of the author on the need to use both short- and long term approahces to minimize mycotoxins in food/feed value chain.
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Participation in Forum on March 16, 2020
Although the study is old, not much interventions have been employed to minimize the food/feed aflatoxins in northern India/Asia. Excessive high levels of AFs (expressed in ppm) ask for intervention measures including monitoring as documented by the author.
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Participation in Forum on February 11, 2020
Atoxigenic molds to manage proliferation of toxigenic ones is a noble approach (https://doi.org/10.3389/fmicb.2019.02069). Even if the molds were genetically controlled and insect infestation managed (natural or pesticides), there is invivo nutrient decline in absence of moisture content management. Thus, there is triple effects of moisture content on quality of foodd/feeds.
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Participation in Forum on February 10, 2020
There is no disagreement that a system approach is needed. However, FAO points to postharvest food management critical to food security. Sadly, dry food grains are damaged annually by flloding in south Asia and elsewhere. Drying food/feed rapidly to "suitability to milling or processing moisture content" and packaging into pesticide-free moisture-proof containers would additionally minimize nutrie ...
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Participation in Forum on September 15, 2019
It is encouraging to see that AFB1 and OTA could not build up. The samples were taken soon after the harvest and storage AFB1 producing molds could not proliferate. Although standard harvest procedure might have been followed, inclusion of grain physical parameters like moisture content would be more informative.
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Participation in Forum on July 16, 2019
We clarified that natural drying could be used in dry seasons/regions. Drying to milling or processing moisture content is the key to achieve safe storage conditions. Seeds do need further drying based on desired storage time. Moisture-proof packaging is needed to maintain the moisture content of dry products (food/feed/seed) achieved by either natural or artificial drying. Usually, the rainy seas ...
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