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- Pauls, K.Peter, et al. Show all 4 Authors
- BMC biotechnology 2017 v.17 no.1 pp. 30
- Fusarium; Stenotrophomonas; additive effect; anaerobic conditions; animals; bacteria; cell culture; crop production; culture media; cytotoxicity; deoxynivalenol; feeds; food safety; marketing; microbial culture; pH; salts; sodium azide; soil; synergism; temperature
- ... BACKGROUND: Contamination of agricultural commodities with multiple trichothecene mycotoxins, produced by toxigenic Fusarium species, is a food safety issue, which greatly affects grain production and marketing worldwide. Importantly, exposure to multiple trichothecenes may increase toxicity in animals due to their synergistic and/or additive effects. To address the problem this study aimed to ach ...
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