Europe Media Monitor Mycotoxin News

The Europe Media Monitor (EMM) is an automated media monitor that lets you easily see, explore and understand current news reported by the world’s online media. The Mycotoxins section has been developed specifically for the APHLIS website and scans international media for all news related to Mycotoxin occurrence, research, legislation and other relevant topics.

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openpr 21 Sep 2021

Global Mycotoxin Meat Testing Market Year: 2021 with Pandemic Analysis, Growth Rate, New Trend Analysis Forecast To 2028 Players are ALS Limited, AsureQuality., Bureau Veritas, Eurofins Scientific, Intertek Group

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openpr 21 Sep 2021

Global Nutritional Feed Additives Market 2021-2030 | Industry Future Growth and Development Report

The Business Research Company offers "Nutritional Feed Additives Global Market Report 2021 - By Distribution Channel (Direct, Indirect, Hypermarket / Supermarket, Specialty Stores, Online Retail), By Livestock (Ruminants, Poultry, Swine, Aquatic), By Additive Type (Antibiotics, Vitamins,....

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msn-nl 20 Sep 2021

Kroger, Aldi products recalled over illness concerns Cheapism

They say nothing is certain in life but death and taxes, but we’d add another irksome reality to that list: recalls, recalls, recalls . Government agencies are constantly blasting notices of potentially contaminated food, from meat to produce to packaged products.

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mdpi 20 Sep 2021

JoF, Vol. 7, Pages 781: Analysis of Stored Wheat Grain-Associated Microbiota Reveals Biocontrol Activity among Microorganisms against Mycotoxigenic Fungi

Wheat grains are colonized by complex microbial communities that have the potential to affect seed quality and susceptibility to disease. Some of the beneficial microbes in these communities have been shown to protect plants against pathogens through antagonism.

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independent-UG 20 Sep 2021

New improvement groundnut varieties to meet market demand

Kampala, Uganda | Isaac Khisa | Ann Apio has been growing groundnuts in Serere district, approximately 200km north east of Uganda’s capital Kampala for decades but has always had to content with difficulty in shelling pods as well as dealing with pests and diseases.

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mdpi 18 Sep 2021

Antioxidants, Vol. 10, Pages 1493: Lycopene Protects Intestinal Epithelium from Deoxynivalenol-Induced Oxidative Damage via Regulating Keap1/Nrf2 Signaling

Deoxynivalenol (DON) is a threatening mycotoxin primarily present in the agricultural environment, especially in food commodities and animal forages, and exerts significant global health hazards. Lycopene (LYC) is a potent antioxidant carotenoid mainly present in tomatoes and other fruits with enormous health benefits.

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jewishlifenews 18 Sep 2021

Feed Mycotoxin Binders Marketplace 2020 Long term Expansion by way of In Intensity Trade Research, Dimension, Developments and Forecast by way of 2026

New Jersey, United States– The file titled, Feed Mycotoxin Binders Marketplace Dimension, Standing and Forecast 2020-2026 is comprehensively analyzed by way of the authors of the report back to assist gamers and traders to achieve deep working out of necessary drivers and restraints, segments, areas, and the seller panorama.

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mdpi 18 Sep 2021

Toxins, Vol. 13, Pages 670: Naturally Occurring Fusarium Species and Mycotoxins in Oat Grains from Manitoba, Canada

Fusarium head blight (FHB) can lead to dramatic yield losses and mycotoxin contamination in small grain cereals in Canada. To assess the extent and severity of FHB in oat, samples collected from 168 commercial oat fields in the province of Manitoba, Canada, during 2016–2018 were analyzed for the....

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mdpi 18 Sep 2021

JoF, Vol. 7, Pages 773: Selection of Atoxigenic Aspergillus flavus for Potential Use in Aflatoxin Prevention in Shandong Province, China

Aspergillus flavus is a common filamentous fungus widely present in the soil, air, and in crops. This facultative pathogen of both animals and plants produces aflatoxins, a group of mycotoxins with strong teratogenic and carcinogenic properties. Peanuts are highly susceptible to aflatoxin....

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mdpi 18 Sep 2021

Toxins, Vol. 13, Pages 668: Removal of Aflatoxin B1 by Edible Mushroom-Forming Fungi and Its Mechanism

Aflatoxins (AFs) are biologically active toxic metabolites, which are produced by certain toxigenic Aspergillus sp. on agricultural crops. In this study, five edible mushroom-forming fungi were analyzed using high-performance liquid chromatography fluorescence detector (HPLC-FLD) for their ability....

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mdpi 18 Sep 2021

Toxins, Vol. 13, Pages 667: Impact of Season, Region, and Traditional Agricultural Practices on Aflatoxins and Fumonisins Contamination in the Rice Chain in the Mekong Delta, Vietnam

The current study aimed to evaluate the impact of the crop season, cultivation region, and traditional pre- and post-harvest agricultural practices on mycotoxin contamination in the Mekong Delta rice chain of Vietnam. The results showed that aflatoxins (AFs) and fumonisins (FBs) were predominantly....

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mdpi 17 Sep 2021

Toxins, Vol. 13, Pages 663: In Vitro Biological Control of Aspergillus flavus by Hanseniaspora opuntiae L479 and Hanseniaspora uvarum L793, Producers of Antifungal Volatile Organic Compounds

Aspergillus flavus is a toxigenic fungal colonizer of fruits and cereals and may produce one of the most important mycotoxins from a food safety perspective, aflatoxins. Therefore, its growth and mycotoxin production should be effectively avoided to protect consumers’ health.

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pubs-acs-acsodf 17 Sep 2021

[ASAP] Design, Synthesis, and In Vitro and In Vivo Evaluation of Novel Fluconazole-Based Compounds with Promising Antifungal Activities

A review. With the increasing risk of invasive and life threating fungal infections, there is now a great concern regarding the lower discovery rate of antifungal drugs in comparison to antimicrobial agents. Drugs conventionally used in clinics are not adequate enough to combat the increasing fungal infections, esp.

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kenyanews 16 Sep 2021

Consume healthy food, Meru residents urged

Meru county residents have been urged to be more proactive in ensuring they consumed healthy food in support of national and county government efforts to contain the increasing number of cancer patients in the region. Speaking to the media, Public Health Chief Officer, John Inanga said Meru was....

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pubs-acs-jafcau 16 Sep 2021

[ASAP] Bioavailability of Aflatoxins in Cultured Fish and Animal Livers Using an In Vitro Dialyzability Approach

A review. Innovative sorption strategies for the detoxification of aflatoxins have been developed. NovaSil clay (NS) has been shown to prevent aflatoxicosis in a variety of animals when included in their diet. Results have shown that NS clay binds aflatoxins with high affinity and high capacity in....

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mdpi 16 Sep 2021

Toxins, Vol. 13, Pages 659: Validation of LC-MS/MS Coupled with a Chiral Column for the Determination of 3- or 15-Acetyl Deoxynivalenol Mycotoxins from Fusarium graminearum in Wheat

The major causal agents Fusarium graminearum F. graminearum ) and Fusarium asiaticum could produce multiple mycotoxins in infected wheat, which threatens the health of humans and animals. Specifically, deoxynivalenol (DON) and its derivatives 3- and 15-acetyldeoxynivalenol (3-ADON and 15-ADON) are commonly detected mycotoxins in cereal grains.

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mdpi 15 Sep 2021

Sustainability, Vol. 13, Pages 10309: Negligible Levels of Mycotoxin Contamination in Durum Wheat and Groundnuts from Non-Intensive Rainfed Production Systems

Mycotoxins are chemical contaminants that are invisible, tasteless, chemically stable and survive food processing. Contamination along the agri-food chain is difficult to control since their production and spreading are due to numerous factors including temperature, relative humidity, insect infestation, and susceptibility of the host plant.

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mdpi 15 Sep 2021

Toxins, Vol. 13, Pages 653: Influence of H2O2-Induced Oxidative Stress on In Vitro Growth and Moniliformin and Fumonisins Accumulation by Fusarium proliferatum and Fusarium subglutinans

Fusarium proliferatum and Fusarium subglutinans are common pathogens of maize which are known to produce mycotoxins, including moniliformin (MON) and fumonisins (FBs). Fungal secondary metabolism and response to oxidative stress are interlaced, where hydrogen peroxide (H 2 O 2 ) plays a pivotal role in the modulation of mycotoxin production.

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pubs-acs-jafcau 15 Sep 2021

[ASAP] Multimycotoxin Determination in Grains: A Comprehensive Study on Method Validation and Assessment of Effectiveness of Controlled Atmosphere Storage in Preventing Mycotoxin Contamination

A review. Contamination of cereal commodities by molds and mycotoxins results in dry matter, quality, and nutritional losses and represents a significant hazard to the food chain. Most grain is harvested, dried and then stored on farm or in silos for medium/long term storage.

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mdpi 14 Sep 2021

Fermentation, Vol. 7, Pages 192: Indigenous Yeast, Lactic Acid Bacteria, and Acetic Acid Bacteria from Cocoa Bean Fermentation in Indonesia Can Inhibit Fungal-Growth-Producing Mycotoxins

Cocoa bean fermentation is an important process in the manufacturing of cocoa products. It involves microbes, such as lactic acid bacteria, yeast, and acetic acid bacteria. The presence of mold in cocoa bean fermentation is undesired, as it reduces the quality and may produce mycotoxins, which can cause poisoning and death.

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mdpi 14 Sep 2021

AgriEngineering, Vol. 3, Pages 703-715: Early Detection of Mold-Contaminated Peanuts Using Machine Learning and Deep Features Based on Optical Coherence Tomography

Fungal infection is a pre-harvest and post-harvest crisis for farmers of peanuts. In environments with temperatures around 28 °C to 30 °C or relative humidity of approximately 90%, mold-contaminated peanuts have a considerable likelihood to be infected with Aflatoxins.

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manilatimes 13 Sep 2021

Dar cites Nueva Vizcaya for pioneering Food Safety Act

BAMBANG, Nueva Vizcaya: Agriculture Secretary William Dar said the province of Nueva Vizcaya and the Department of Agriculture Regional Field Office 2 (DA-RFO2) have become the country's pioneer in enforcing the "Food Safety Act of 2013" or Republic Act 10611 and promoting the extensive use of rapid test kits for vegetables.

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mdpi 13 Sep 2021

IJMS, Vol. 22, Pages 9888: Dynamics of Fusarium Mycotoxins and Lytic Enzymes during Pea Plants’ Infection

Fusarium species are common plant pathogens that cause several important diseases. They produce a wide range of secondary metabolites, among which mycotoxins and extracellular cell wall-degrading enzymes (CWDEs) contribute to weakening and invading the host plant successfully.

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mdpi 13 Sep 2021

Toxins, Vol. 13, Pages 649: Diversity of Mycobiota in Spanish Grape Berries and Selection of Hanseniaspora uvarum U1 to Prevent Mycotoxin Contamination

The occurrence of mycotoxins on grapes poses a high risk for food safety; thus, it is necessary to implement effective prevention methods. In this work, a metagenomic approach revealed the presence of important mycotoxigenic fungi in grape berries, including Aspergillus flavus Aspergillus niger aggregate species, or Aspergillus section Circumdati .

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downeymagazine 13 Sep 2021

Poultry Feed Mycotoxin Binders Modifiers Market Report Forecast by Development, Trends, and Forecast (2021-2027)

Hyper Link report. It makes effortless for Poultry Feed Mycotoxin Binders Modifiers industry to visualize what is already available in the market, what market anticipates, the competitive environment, and what should be done to surpass the competitor. This can be elucidated more clearly in terms of....

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mdpi 13 Sep 2021

Toxins, Vol. 13, Pages 648: The Reduction of the Combined Effects of Aflatoxin and Ochratoxin A in Piglet Livers and Kidneys by Dietary Antioxidants

The purpose of this study was to investigate the combined effects of aflatoxin B1 and ochratoxin A on protein expression and catalytic activities of CYP1A2, CYP2E1, CYP3A29 and GSTA1 and the preventive effect of dietary byproduct antioxidants administration against these mycotoxin damage.

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