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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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Article published the September 5, 2004:

Patulin And Citrinin In Portuguese Apples With Rotten Spots

The author refers to a part of the article "Co-occurrence of patulin and citrinin in Portuguese apples with rotten spots" ublished by M.L Martins, A.Gimeno, H.M.Martins and F.Bernardo in Food Additives and Co...
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Article published the January 1, 1900:

Importance of mycotoxins in pigs (Agranco Corp.)

Swine Swine are sensitive to mycotoxins, especially nursing or nursery-age swine. In general, mycotoxins cause reductions in feed intake, growth performance, and immune function when levels are relatively low....
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Article published the January 1, 1900:

Mycotoxins levels and symptoms

SUBCLINICAL GENERAL SYMPTOMS Very difficult to see symptoms therefore little or no awareness ONLY AFFECTS THE IMMUNOLOGIC SYSTEM Many diseases incorrectly diagnosed as the primary problem due to low...
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Article published the January 1, 1900:

Clinical Micotoxicosis

VARIOUS MYCOTOXINS BIOCHEMICAL EFFECTS (BORRELL 1989) Aflatoxin* Hepatic size enlargement Increase in proto-combining time ...
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Article published the January 1, 1900:

Mycotoxins and their effect on poultry production

1. - Introduction Mycotoxins are a diverse group of toxic secondary metabolites produced by certain moulds when they grow on agricultural products. They do not belong to a single class of chemical compou...
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Mycotoxins in Swine Feed

Basic Considerations Fusarium in Wheat and Barley Wheat, corn, and barley together account for about 65% of the world production of cereals, and all are susceptible to pre-harvest infection by Fusarium f...
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