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Article published the December 13, 2006:

Mycotoxins in the food chain: a look at their impact on immunological responses

IntroductionThe immune system is an important defensive mechanism against invading parasitic organisms or foreign cells. The system is highly evolved in mammals and birds. In general, its complexity correlates ...
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Article published the November 29, 2006:

LC/MS/MS – The new reference method for mycotoxin detection?

The analysis of mycotoxins has become an issue of global interest, in particular because most countries already set up regulative limits or guideline levels for the tolerance of such contaminants in agricultura...
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Article published the November 22, 2006:

Concentrations of Deoxynivalenol (DON) in Serum of Pigs after Feeding with Deoxynivalenol-Contaminated Feeding Stuff – Method Development and Kinetic Study

Poster presented at the BIOMIN World Nutrition Forum 2006IntroductionFusarium fungi are capable of producing mycotoxins to a variable degree. The major Fusarium toxins are fumonisins, A- and B-trichothece...
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Article published the November 17, 2006:

In vitro and in vivo assessment of humic acid as an aflatoxin binder in broiler chickens

Poster presentation at World Nutrition Forum 2006 Aflatoxins are often encountered in food and animal feeds at alarming concentrations around the world. One of the most practical approaches is the use of...
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Article published the November 15, 2006:

Mycotoxicoses in poultry: an overview from the Asia-Pacific region

IntroductionAnti-nutritional factors depress nutrient quality of the feed and hence the health and performance of poultry. Mycotoxins are one such anti-nutritional factor present in feed ingredients and complet...
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Article published the November 7, 2006:

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

IntroductionMycotoxins 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 ubiquitous...
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Article published the November 1, 2006:

Mould growth and mycotoxin contamination of silages: sources, types and solutions

IntroductionSilages made from a variety of forage crops constitute important components of ruminant diets in many areas of the world. New estimates for Germany, for example, indicate that silage production is t...
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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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