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Article published the May 11, 2007:

Aquatic Fungi And Fish Production In Egypt, II - In Vivo Studies

Saprolegnia is ubiquitous in freshwater ecosystems and is the main genus of water molds responsible for significant fungal infection of freshwater fish and eggs. On fish, Saprolegnia invades epidermal tissues, ...
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A.M. Abdelhamid
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Article published the May 8, 2007:

New Facts about Mycotoxin Control - Intensive Research in the field of Mycotoxin deactivation gives new insights!

The Indian feed and poultry industry is already aware of the possibility of various mycotoxin contaminations of the feed. This holds true not only for mycotoxins like aflatoxins, but to other mycotoxins...
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Article published the May 4, 2007:

Comparative aspects of Fusarium mycotoxicoses in broiler chickens, laying hens and turkeys and the efficacy of a polymeric glucomannan mycotoxin adsorbent

Fusarium fungi thrive in temperate climates around the world and Fusarium mycotoxins are the mycotoxins most commonly found in feed grains and forages (Wood, 1992). There are numerous pathologies characteristic...
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Article published the May 2, 2007:

Monitoring for aflatoxins and ochratoxins in cereal based infant formula in Nigeria

Aflatoxins and ochratoxins are common contaminants of cereals and cereal – based products. A national survey for aflatoxins and ochratoxins in commercially available cereal based infant formulae was carried out...
Author/s :
Bosede Oluwabamiwo
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Article published the April 27, 2007:

Continuing livestock production from endophyte-infected tall fescue and perennial ryegrass: recent studies with a toxin adsorbent

Tall fescue and perennial ryegrass possess agronomic characteristics that make them two of the most prominent grasses used for livestock production in the world. However, they contain Acremonium coenophialum an...
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Article published the April 24, 2007:

Occurrence of Mycotoxins in Commodities collected in Spain

Mycotoxins are secondary metabolites produced by fungi on agricultural products before or after harvest. These toxic substances are known to be either carcinogenic (e.g. aflatoxin B1, ochratoxin A, fumonisin B1...
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Article published the April 20, 2007:

Mycotoxicoses In Fish With Special Emphasis On The Egyptian Situation

This article included the story of fish mycotoxicoses under Egyptian conditions. The story started by the definition of a mycotoxin, followed by the chemical structures of different known mycotoxins and the ori...
Author/s :
A.M. Abdelhamid
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Article published the April 17, 2007:

Clinical implications of mycotoxicosis in companion animals

Mycotoxins are secondary metabolites of fungi, which are also commonly known as molds. Fungi that produce mycotoxins of veterinary importance grow on a variety of substrates including grains and grain by-produc...
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Article published the April 12, 2007:

The negative effects of various mycotoxins on the immune system of poultry

The immune system is the defense mechanism of the body of which key organs are thymus, bursa, liver and spleen. In poultry bursa of Fabricius (located in the lower back of the chicken) and thymus (i...
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Ursula Hofstetter
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Article published the April 9, 2007:

Occurrence of Mycotoxins in Feed Samples from Asia

The last report on the occurrence of mycotoxin was published in 2006 (1), generated immense interest among the feed industry. In the current analysis, the occurrence of various mycotoxins in feed samples was ...
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