Aflatoxin and its control View Full Text


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DATE

1968-01

AUTHORS

L. A. Goldblatt

ABSTRACT

Existence of eight different mold metabolites designated aflatoxins is now recognized. All are of known chemical structure and one has been synthesized. Molds in foods and feeds have been a problem for many years but aflatoxin focused attention on the problem of mold toxins and gave a tremendous impetus to research in this area. Aflatoxin is important because of the potential threat it poses. of prime importance is the recognition and awareness that the threat exists.The first and best approach is prevention. Much knowledge as to how to reduce molds sharply is available and this should be applied at all stages of culture, harvest, transportation, and processing. Physical separation, by removal of contaminated seed, has proved feasible in some instances. Effective removal of aflatoxins by extraction, e.g., with polar solvents, has been accomplished. Several chemicals including ammonia, methylamine, sodium hydroxide, hydrogen peroxide and ozone have been used with success to reduce substantially, inactivate or destroy aflatoxins in contaminated oilseed meals but there appears to be some reduction in protein quality during most of the treatments. More... »

PAGES

51-62

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