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

Published on: 11/26/2006
Author/s : C. Jansen Van Rensburg*1, C. E. J. Van Rensburg†, J. B. J. Van Ryssen*, N. H. Casey* and G. E. Rottinghaus‡ - BIOMIN

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 non-nutritive adsorbents, which bind the mycotoxins and inhibit their absorption from the gastrointestinal tract. Aluminosilicates, activated charcoal, polymers such as cholestyramine and p...

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November 26, 2006
I would have liked to see the data charted or in a table as well as the narrative.
Dr.Iftikhar Ahmad Mashhadi Dr.Iftikhar Ahmad Mashhadi
Animal Nutritionist
January 9, 2007
I appreciate such a highly informative article.

Dr. Iftikhar A. Mashadi
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