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  • Quantification of aflatoxin M1 carry-over rate from feed to soft cheese. [Journal Article]
    Toxicol Rep 2019; 6:782-787Costamagna D, Gaggiotti M, … Signorini ML
  • From January to December 2016, samples of milk and feeds of dairy cattle were monthly collected. The concentration of mycotoxins in all matrices was determined using the enzymatic immunoassay technique. The average concentration of aflatoxin B1 (AFB1), deoxynivalenol (DON) and zearalenone (ZEA) in feed was 3.01, 218.5 and 467 ug/kg, respectively. The average AFB1 carry-over rate was 0.84% with a …
  • Detection of mycobiota, aflatoxigenic and ochratoxigenic genes, and cytotoxic ability in spices. [Journal Article]
    Food Sci Nutr 2019; 7(8):2595-2604El-Dawy EGAE, Yassein AS, El-Said AH
  • Spices are portions of plants because their properties are used as colorants, preservatives, or medicine. The employments of spices have been known since long time, and the interest in the capability of spices is astounding because of the chemical compounds contained in spices. The molds grow on a variety of different crops and foodstuffs including spices often under warm and humid conditions. Th…
  • Amelioration of Aflatoxin B1-induced gastrointestinal injuries by Eucalyptus oil in rats. [Journal Article]
    J Complement Integr Med 2019Akinrinde AS, Adebiyi OE, Asekun A
  • Background Eucalyptus oil (EO), derived from Eucalyptus species, possesses vast remedial and healing properties, although its gut health-promoting properties have not been well investigated. In this study, we investigated the chemical composition of a commercial EO formulation and its potential role in protecting against aflatoxin B1 (AfB1)-induced gastrointestinal damage in rats. Methods Male Wi…
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