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Article published the September 22, 2006:

The biochemistry behind esterified glucomannans titrating mycotoxins out of the diet

Introduction: mold growth As we learn more about mycotoxins and make new discoveries in this area, we begin to realize that there are many unanswered questions involving these toxins. Mycotoxins are produced b...
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Article published the September 13, 2006:

Current concepts in feed-borne mycotoxins and the potential for dietary prevention of mycotoxicoses

The most commonly recognized feed-borne mycotoxins are the aflatoxins and the Fusarium mycotoxins. Our understanding of the etiology of aflatoxicosis is far more complete than our corresponding understanding ...
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Article published the August 30, 2006:

Presence of deoxynivalenol, zearalenone, ochratoxin A, T-2 and HT-2 and fumonisins in products intended for animal feeding

23.8.2006 Official Journal of the European Union L 229/7 COMMISSION RECOMMENDATIONof 17 August 2006on the presence of deoxynivalenol, zearalenone, ochratoxin A, T-2 and HT-2 and fumonisins in products intended...
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Article published the August 23, 2006:

Haematotoxicity of dietary Fumonisin B1 in growing pigs

ABSTRACTInvestigation was carried out with twenty-four (24) crossbred (Large White x Landrace) male weanling pigs of 8-9 weeks of age averaging 6.94±0.26 kg to study the haematotoxicity of dietary fumonisin B1 ...
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Article published the August 16, 2006:

The Small Things

It has become common in our hurried world for many people to accept the philosophy “Don’t sweat the small things!” as their solution for many of life’s little inconveniences. While this may be true when it c...
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Article published the August 14, 2006:

The Mycotoxin Challenge In Modern Feed Production

Mycotoxins are secondary metabolites produced by filamentous fungi that cause a toxic response (mycotoxicosis) when ingested by higher animals. Fusarium, Aspergillus, and Penicillium are the mos...
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Article published the July 13, 2006:

Deoxynivalenol – a Mycotoxin of Increasing Concern

Generals:Deoxynivalenol is a mycotoxin produced by fungi of the Fusarium genus, i.e. Fusarium culmorum and Fusarium graminearum, which are abundant in various cereal crops (wheat, maize, barley, oats, and rye) ...
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Article published the April 18, 2006:

Impacts of Mycotoxin Regulations on World Trade

Mycotoxins such as Aflatoxins, Ochratoxin A and Fumonisins are health hazards that contaminate a wide variety of crops. Human and animal health can be at risk due to mycotoxin contamination. In order to reduce ...
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Article published the February 13, 2006:

Avoiding Some Pitfalls in Testing for Mycotoxins for Pet Food Manufacturers

As an independent consultant to several pet food companies, both domestic and international, and in light of the recent episode of dog deaths following consumption of aflatoxin-tainted foodfrom Diamond Pet Food...
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Article published the October 3, 2004:

Deoxynivalenol, a Risk Mycotoxin for Children. Analytical Methods. Deoxynivalenol Levels in Wheat-Based Food Products

Description and chemistry of deoxynivalenol 4-Deoxynivalenol (DON), also known as vomitoxin belongs to trichothecenes chemical family: tetracyclic sesquiterpenes with 12,13-epoxy group, therefor...
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