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Mycotoxin binder


MV. Júlia Pié Orpí - 20/02/2019

The importance of evaluating the efficacy of a mycotoxin binder to fight mycotoxicosis

Mycotoxins are toxins produced by fungi that, once ingested by animals, cause considerable secondary effects, such as a worsening of performance and serious economic losses. In addition, they can reach humans whether directly (through contaminated...


MV. Júlia Pié Orpí - 12/09/2018

Mycotoxicosis in aquaculture and other digestive problems

This article includes the lecture given by Dr. Julia Pié, head of the technical team of Biovet SA, at the XXXI International Symposium of Biovet in Tarragona, 2018, during the first session devoted to aquaculture, which took place on May 28th....


Dra. Elvira Cano - 22/03/2018

Mycotoxins impact on animal production

Fungi that grow in food are known since ancient times and they have been used as direct food, to improve them or with therapeutic purposes. But there are certain species of fungi that produce toxic metabolites, known as mycotoxins. The term...


Edgar Sanchez Pujals - 6/09/2016

Alquernat Livol check yourself the hepatic regeneration

For the presence of high contamination of Aflatoxin included in cereal should put us on alert especially for consumers of cereal of Argentine origin. As we know most cereals contain more than one type of mycotoxin, we should be concerned especially...


Dra NĂşria MartĂ­n Gairal - 1/09/2016

Use of liver regenerators in ruminants

The use of products capable of improving or maintaining liver function is increasing in recent years; this is the result of understanding the great role of the liver, for both health and animal production. Some of the most common problems in...


Lourdes de las Heras Alegret - 25/08/2016

Mycotoxicosis and mycotoxin binders in broilers

One of the major problems in farms around the world are mycotoxicoses; diseases caused by mycotoxins (toxic substances produced by different types of fungi, including Fusarium, Aspergillus and Penicillium that grow on plants, hay, silos, grain and...


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