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Article published the March 30, 2007:

Ochratoxin A in beverages

Mycotoxins are fungal metabolites frequently associated with grains, cereals, and other human and animal foods obtained from these sources. However, based on the latest studies and recently implemented norms, o...
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Article published the March 29, 2007:

The effect of a mycotoxin adsorber on gilts

Testing a mycotoxin adsorber (Agrabond) in a 21-day farm trial on gilts produced favourable results.The objective of this study was to determine if the addition of the mycotoxin adsorbent Agrabond (a brand of A...
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Jose Ferrer
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Article published the March 19, 2007:

Toxic effects of mycotoxins: importance of biotransformation systems

Mycotoxins are a group of secondary fungal metabolites exhibiting a wide range of chemical structures. These toxins lead to a variety of toxicities in various target organs in animals and humans. The toxic effe...
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Article published the March 8, 2007:

Mycotoxins in equine diets: the difference between win, place and show?

Limiting values or safe concentrations of specific mycotoxins are, for the most part, unknown for the horse. A unique challenge is presented when attempting to use non-equine data to effectively define mycotoxi...
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Article published the February 28, 2007:

Nutritious Attempts to Detoxify Aflatoxic Diets of Tilapia Fish

This study was conducted to investigate the toxic effects of aflatoxin B1 (AFB1) on mono-sex Nile tilapia Oreochromis niloticus fingerlings and attempting to detoxify these drastic effects by using some dietary...
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Ahmed Ismail Mehrim
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Article published the February 23, 2007:

The biochemistry behind esterified glucomannans – titrating mycotoxins out of the diet

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 by molds, which are aerobic ...
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Article published the February 22, 2007:

Coping with mycotoxin contamination: protecting equine performance and health

The Irish equine industryOver many centuries, Ireland has become famous for its bloodstock. The country’s climate, soil and its peoples’ innate knowledge have given the Irish many advantages in the ...
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Article published the February 15, 2007:

Impact of mycotoxins on the body’s antioxidant defence

Mycotoxins are unavoidable contaminants in foods and feeds and are a major problem all over the world (Wood, 1992). The number of mycotoxins known to induce signs of toxicity in mammalian and avian species exce...
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Article published the December 20, 2006:

Mycotoxins in the human food chain: what risks for the consumer?

IntroductionMycotoxins are highly undesired substances that should not be present in food and for which a zero tolerance is ideal. However, even the best agricultural, storage and processing practices cannot co...
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Article published the December 15, 2006:

Mycotoxins - a rising threat to aquaculture

IntroductionThe primary objective in fish nutrition is to provide a nutritionally balanced mixture of ingredients to support the maintenance, growth, reproductive performance, flesh quality and health of the an...
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