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Article published the October 27, 2006:

The top ten most frequently-asked questions about mycotoxins, cattle and dairy food products

IntroductionMycotoxins are toxic secondary metabolites produced by fungi (molds). Secondary metabolites are chemicals produced by the fungus that are not essential for growth. Mycotoxins are chemically diverse,...
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Article published the October 24, 2006:

Finding practical solutions to mycotoxins in commercial production: a nutritionist’s perspective

IntroductionWhether grain is produced in temperate, subtropical or tropical climates, if high rainfall and humidity are experienced in the harvest season, infection of the grain by mould is likely. The range ...
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Article published the October 2, 2006:

The use of binding agents and amino acid supplements for dietary treatment of Fusarium mycotoxicoses

IntroductionMycotoxins are metabolites produced by fungi which are toxic to livestock when consumed in biologically significant amounts. The resulting diseases are referred to as mycotoxicoses. Mold growth and ...
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Article published the October 2, 2006:

Understanding the adsorption characteristics of yeast cell wall preparations associated with mycotoxin binding

Introduction Mycotoxins are secondary products of fungal metabolism that may be produced in contaminated feeds during production and storage. These metabolites are generally associated with a group of ub...
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Article published the September 27, 2006:

Mycotoxins and milk safety: the potential to block transfer to milk

Introduction: evaluating the human risks of mycotoxin contaminationMycotoxins occur worldwide. They occur frequently in a variety of feedstuffs (Gareis et al., 1989; Sharma and Salunkhe, 1991; Wood, 1992) and a...
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Article published the September 27, 2006:

The impact of mycotoxins on performance and health of dairy cattle

IntroductionMycotoxins are a diverse group of molecules that are harmful to animals and humans. They are produced as secondary metabolites by moulds or fungi growing under propitious conditions in the field, du...
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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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