Detoxification/Degradation

In the feed and food industry it has become common practice to feature mycotoxin binding agents like montmorillonite or bentonite clay so as to affectively take up the mycotoxins. To reverse the adverse effects of mycotoxins, the subsequent criteria are used to value the functionality of any binding additive:Efficacy of active element verified by scientific information,A low effective inclusion rate,Stability over a large pH vary,High capability to soak up high concentrations of Mycotoxins,High affinity to soak up low concentrations of Mycotoxins.Practical strategies to degrade mycotoxins exploitation ozone gas (O3) are restricted due to low O3 production capabilities of standard systems and their associated prices. Recent advances in electrochemistry have created continuous supply of O3 fuel to twenty by weight. it's potential that the rapid delivery of high concentrations of O3 can lead to plant toxin degradation in contaminated grains--with marginal destruction of nutrients

Affirmation of chemical interaction between mycotoxin and adsorbent,Proven in vivo data with all major Mycotoxins,Non-toxic, environmentally friendly component Since not all mycotoxins can be bound to such agents, the latest approach to mycotoxin control is mycotoxin deactivation. By means of enzymes (esterase, de-epoxidase), yeast (Trichosporon mycotoxinvorans), or bacterial strains (Eubacterium BBSH 797), mycotoxins can be reduced during pre-harvesting contamination. 

  • Diagnosis
  • Mechanisms of action of Mycotoxins
  • Usefulness of mycotoxin detoxifiers
  • Recent advances in microbial and enzymatic mycotoxin detoxification
  • Biological control of toxigenic fungi

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