Agricultural and Biological Sciences

Aflatoxins - Recent Advances and Future Prospects

Edited by Mehdi Razzaghi-Abyaneh, ISBN 978-953-51-0904-4, 406 pages, Publisher: InTech, Chapters published January 23, 2013 under CC BY 3.0 license
DOI: 10.5772/2500
Edited Volume

This book is broadly divided into five sections and 17 chapters, highlighting recent advances in aflatoxin research from epidemiology to molecular genomics and control measures, biocontrol approaches, modern analytical techniques, economic concerns and underlying mechanisms of contamination processes. This book will update readers on several cutting-edge aspects of aflatoxins research with useful up-to-date information for mycologists, toxicologists, microbiologists, agriculture scientists, plant pathologists and pharmacologists, who may be interest to understanding of the impact, significance and recent advances within the field of of aflatoxins with a focus on control strategy.

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15 ARTICLES
  1. Mycotoxins and their Implications in Food Safety
    Carlos AF de Oliveira and Carlos H Corassin
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  2. Review on microbial degradation of aflatoxins
    O. A. Adebo, P. B. Njobeh, S. Gbashi, O. C. Nwinyi and V. Mavumengwana
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  3. Potentiation of the effect of a commercial animal feed additive mixed with different probiotic yeast strains on the adsorption of aflatoxin B1
    Valeria Poloni, Cecilia Dogi, Carina Maricel Pereyra, Maria G. Fernández Juri, Pablo Köhler, Carlos A. R. Rosa, Ana Maria Dalcero and Lilia Reneé Cavaglieri
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  4. Study on toxigenic fungi in ruminant feeds under desert conditions with special references to its biological control
    Shimaa M.S. Hegazy, Walid Hamdy Hassan, Heidi M. Shawki and Wafaa Abd El-Lateef Osman
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  5. Achievements and Prospects in Electrochemical-Based Biosensing Platforms for Aflatoxin M1 Detection in Milk and Dairy Products
    Ana-Maria Gurban, Petru Epure, Florin Oancea and Mihaela Doni
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  6. Natural occurrence of aflatoxins and ochratoxin A in processed spices marketed in Malaysia
    Norhayati Ali, Noor Hasani Hashim and Nor Shifa Shuib
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  7. Fungal invasion and mycotoxin contamination of stored sorghum grain as influenced by threshing methods
    Wondimeneh Taye, Amare Ayalew, Mashilla Dejene and Alemayehu Chala
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  8. Aflatoxins and food pathogens: impact of biologically active aflatoxins and their control strategies
    Sharanaiah Umesha, Honnayakanahalli Marichenne gowda Manukumar, Bhadvelu Chandrasekhar, Prahlad Shivakumara, Jayanna Shiva Kumar, Sri Raghava, Prakasha Avinash, Marahel Shirin, Tumkur R Bharathi, Sollepura B Rajini, Murali Nandhini, Govinda gowda Vinaya Rani, Mohankumar Shobha and Harishchandra S Prakash
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  9. Fungi as a source of natural coumarins production
    Tania Maria Costa, Lorena Benathar Ballod Tavares and Débora de Oliveira
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  10. Natural aflatoxin uptake by sugarcane (Saccharum officinaurum L.) and its persistence in jaggery
    P. Hariprasad, A. V. Vipin, S. Karuna, R. K. Raksha and G. Venkateswaran
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  11. Comparative Erythrocyte Glutathione S-Transferase Activity Profile of Non-Malarious Guinea Pigs (Cavia tschudii) Administered Pyrimethamine/Sulfadoxine and Artemether/Lumefantrine Combination Therapies
    Paul Chidoka Chikezie
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  12. Purification of aflatoxin B1 antibody for the development of aflatoxin biosensor
    E. A. B. Prihantoro, E. Saepudin and T. A. Ivandini
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  13. Aptamer- and Fab’- Functionalized Microring Resonators for Aflatoxin M1 Detection
    Tatevik Chalyan, Laura Pasquardini, Davide Gandolfi, Romain Guider, Alina Samusenko, Manuela Zanetti, Georg Pucker, Cecilia Pederzolli and Lorenzo Pavesi
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  14. Purification of aflatoxin B1 antibody for the development of aflatoxin biosensor
    E. A. B. Prihantoro, E. Saepudin and T. A. Ivandini
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  15. Draft Genome Sequence of an AflatoxigenicAspergillusSpecies,A. bombycis
    Geromy G. Moore, Brian M. Mack, Shannon B. Beltz and Matthew K. Gilbert
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