Mycotoxins Technical Articles

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Article published the March 13, 2017:
In 2016, Life Rainbow mycotoxin analysis laboratory collected 417 feed samples from feed mills of large and medium size in Taiwan. The survey reveals essential information on the pollution degree of major mycot...
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Elaine Liao
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Article published the March 3, 2017:
1. Introduction Fungal contamination of foods and feeds causes negative effects on the quality of the products mainly reducing their nutritional and organoleptic properties and lead consequently to important a...
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Graciela Noemi PoseMariana Greco
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Article published the February 17, 2017:
1. Introduction Awareness of mycotoxins has grown mainly in the last fifty years since the discovery of aflatoxins in the 1960s, although they have accompanied mankind from the very beginnings and were probab...
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Helena Prosen
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Article published the January 6, 2017:
INTRODUCTION Fumonisins are secondary metabolites of Fusarium verticilloides and were first isolated and chemically characterized in 1988 (Gelderblom et al. 1988). About 28 homologues have been discovered sinc...
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Adriano Olnei MallmannCarlos A. MallmannLeandro GiacominiMaurício OliveiraPaulo DilkinRicardo Hummes Rauber Vladimir Pinheiro do Nascimento
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Article published the January 3, 2017:
Mycotoxins are a hidden danger in animal feed. One of the most important negative factors in crop production and animal feed quality is the contamination of feed commodities by moulds and mycotoxins. As much as...
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Radka Borutova
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Article published the December 19, 2016:
Mycotoxins are secondary metabolites produced by filamentous fungi that cause a toxic response (mycotoxicosis) when ingested by farm and companion animals. Fusarium, Aspergillus, and Penicillium are the most ab...
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Radka Borutova
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Article published the December 5, 2016:
Mycotoxins are secondary metabolites produced by filamentous fungi that cause a toxic response (mycotoxicosis) when ingested by farm and companion animals. Fusarium, Aspergillus, and Penicillium are the most ab...
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Radka Borutova
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Article published the December 2, 2016:
1. Introduction Mycotoxins are a class of low molecular weight compounds that are produced by toxigenic strains of moulds that infect food and feed commodities. They can cause serious animal health related pr...
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Mike DuttonPatrick NjobehPer Häggblom
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Article published the November 21, 2016:
Poland is one of Europe’s biggest grain producers.  Its farming sector has changed dramatically since it joined the European Union (E.U.) more than 10 years ago.  According to the Main Statistic...
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Radka Borutova
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