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Article published the March 15, 2022:

Case study: pathology and histopathology as a tool for diagnosis of reproductive disorders in pigs related to mycotoxins

Clinical caseTwo commercial farms in Mexico with reproductive disorders were studied. They have a total of 2.000 sows, one farm has 800 and the other 1.200. Abortions at different stages of gestation were obser...
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Article published the March 15, 2022:

Prevalence of Mycotoxin in Cereals

It is not the Mycotoxins that replicate themselves or form themselves, but the various fungi or Mycelium which produce them. It is the fungi that require the conducive environment to produce mycotoxins and vari...
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Stephen Adejoro Dr
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Article published the March 7, 2022:

Biomarkers of Deoxynivalenol Toxicity in Chickens with Special Emphasis on Metabolic and Welfare Parameters

1. IntroductionThe consumption of poultry meat has shown an increase from 2016 (116,845.36 thousand metric ton) to 2018 (120,884.63 thousand metric ton) [1]. Moreover, during the period 2020–2029, global ...
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Anna Perez-VendrellEnric Esteve-GarciaInsaf RiahiProf. Joaquim BrufauVirginie Marquis
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Article published the March 7, 2022:

Mycotoxins in Latin America

Occurrence of mycotoxinsMaize (Zea mays L.) is one of the main cereals produced in the world, with Brazil, Argentina and Mexico being the largest producers worldwide. This cereal is the main staple food for man...
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Adriana TorresCarlos A. MallmannSofia Noemi Chulze
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Article published the March 4, 2022:

Evaluation of Cellulosic Polymers and Curcumin to Reduce Aflatoxin B1 Toxic Effects on Performance, Biochemical, and Immunological Parameters of Broiler Chickens

1. IntroductionPoultry and mycotoxins have been closely linked for several decades, as they are one of the most sensitive animal species to the toxic effects of mycotoxins. In the poultry industry, the ingestio...
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Billy HargisBruno Solís CruzCasey OwensDaniel Hernandez PatlanGuillermo TellezJuan D LatorreRAQUEL LOPEZ ARELLANORuben MerinoVictor M PetroneXochitl Hernandez
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Article published the February 16, 2022:

Fusarium Species from Sorghum in Thailand

Sorghum (Sorghum bicolor) is an important crop for human consumption, animal feed, and bioenergy, and the fifth most important cereal in the world after wheat, rice, maize, and barley. From its domestic origins...
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Baharuddin SallehJohn Leslie
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Article published the February 16, 2022:

Population Genetic Structure and Chemotype Diversity of Fusarium graminearum Populations from Wheat in Canada and North Eastern United States

1. IntroductionFusarium head blight (FHB) is a global disease affecting small grain cereals including wheat, barley and oat [1–4] The disease is caused by several Fusarium species of which Fusarium gramin...
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Dilantha Fernando
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Article published the February 16, 2022:

The Mycotox Charter: Increasing Awareness of, and Concerted Action for, Minimizing Mycotoxin Exposure Worldwide

1. IntroductionFood safety is a pervasive concern of both the general public and of government authorities worldwide. Yet the insidious nature of mycotoxin contamination of key foods is frequently overlooked. F...
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Antonio LogriecoDr. Amare AyalewDr. J. David Miller Giancarlo PerroneRanajit BandyopadhyayRudolf krskaSofia Noemi Chulze
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Article published the February 16, 2022:

Detection of Fusarium Head Blight in Wheat Using a Deep Neural Network and Color Imaging

1. IntroductionAs a widely cultivated crop and staple food in the world, wheat (Triticum aestivum L.) is crucial for ensuring food security. Unfortunately, its production is limited by many abiotic and biotic s...
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Ce Yang
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Article published the February 9, 2022:

How Delayed Harvest Might Affect Ear Rots and Mycotoxin Contamination

The corn harvest is later than it has been any time in recent memory, and the prolonged moist conditions are conducive for molds to develop on grain in the field. Over the past few days we have received numerou...
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Dr. Gary Munkvold
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