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Mycotoxins

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Jerson Andrés Cuéllar Sáenz - 2/03/2022

Measurement and importance of milk quality parameters

Milk is one of the most nutritious foods that exist and there are quality parameters to maintain its hygiene and condition.


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Dra. Maria Soriano - 2/02/2022

Mycotoxin risk in milk and dairy products

There is the risk to carry-over mycotoxins to animal products, like meat, eggs and milk, intended for human consumption...


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Dra. Maria Soriano - 1/12/2021

Grain production in China: heavy rains arise quality concerns

Heavy rains occurred during summer and autumn in China compromise the nutritional and microbiological quality of the grain. In this situation, the high moisture content of the grain creates the ideal environment for fungal growth and mycotoxin...


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Dr. Germán Bertsch - 13/08/2021

Mycotoxins in pets

Today the most widespread way of feeding pets is with commercially prepared feed, since it represents an easy and inexpensive way to meet the nutrient needs of dogs and cats at various stages of their life, both in healthy and pathological...


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Dra. Maria Soriano - 25/05/2021

Prevention of Deoxynivalenol (DON) and liver damage

Mycotoxins are secondary metabolites produced by fungi that cause enteritis and other toxic effects in animals once absorbed. The pathology caused by the ingestion of mycotoxins present in feed is named mycotoxicosis.


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Dr. Ekaitz Maguregui - 22/03/2021

Effects of mycotoxins on animal production in Russia and Eastern Europe

Studies conducted during the last part of 2020, as well as predictions for the first quarter of 2021, show an increase in the prevalence of trichothecenes (T2) in feed, placing itself as the most prevalent mycotoxin 42% in Russia and Eastern Europe.


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