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New Development in Aflatoxin Research: From Aquafeed to Marine Cells

By Maria Pia Santacroce, Marcella Narracci, Maria Immacolata Acquaviva, Rosa Anna Cavallo, Valentina Zacchino and Gerardo Centoducati

Submitted: December 21st 2010Reviewed: April 23rd 2011Published: October 21st 2011

DOI: 10.5772/25083

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Maria Pia Santacroce, Marcella Narracci, Maria Immacolata Acquaviva, Rosa Anna Cavallo, Valentina Zacchino and Gerardo Centoducati (October 21st 2011). New Development in Aflatoxin Research: From Aquafeed to Marine Cells, Aflatoxins - Detection, Measurement and Control, Irineo Torres-Pacheco, IntechOpen, DOI: 10.5772/25083. Available from:

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