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For example, cereal co-products such as DDGS or bran often have higher levels of contamination than the original grain. Analytical methods, including thin-layer-chromatography (TLC), enzyme-linked immunosorbent assay (ELISA) and im- munosensor-based methods, can identify a variety of myco- toxins and have been widely used for rapid screening. High-performance liquid chromatography (HPLC) with fluo- rescence detection (FD) and mass spectrometry detection (MS) are normally used for confirmation and reference purposes. Although it’s important to know the levels of each mycotoxin challenge, this data alone doesn’t help the feed producer de- cide what to do. It’s essential to conduct a full mycotoxin risk assessment in order to put a comprehensive mycotoxin management programme in place. Mycotoxin risk assessment is the scientific evaluation of the probability of known or potential adverse health effects occurring, resulting from the exposure of animals to myco- toxins. This can be achieved with the MycoMan Mobile App. MycoMan offers a simple way of evaluating the mycotoxin challenge for a specific group of animals and is used to calcu- late the dose of mycotoxin deactivator required to effectively


control mycotoxins. This fast, user-friendly mycotoxin man- agement tool complements information from mycotoxin analysis, helping feed and animal producers to manage mycotoxins for better animal health and performance. The addition of mycotoxin binders/deactivators to diets contaminated with mycotoxins is considered to be the most promising dietary approach to reduce the negative effect of mycotoxins. An effective mycotoxin deactivator should adsorb polar mycotoxins (such as aflatoxin) and bio-inacti- vate non-absorbable mycotoxins (such as trichothecenes). It should be able to support animals in metabolising and detox- ifying mycotoxins, which are metabolised very fast and can escape adsorption and even biotransformation in the body. This is why adding mycotoxin deactivators to ingredients to support immunity, the antioxidant system and health during mycotoxin exposure is key to optimal protection. At Adisseo we believe that understanding each producer’s situation by taking a holistic approach is the best way to deal with mycotoxins and thus protect animals.


The MycoMan Mobile App is available from the Apple and Play app stores.


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Pigs are the farm animals that are most sensitive to toxins, causing severe health problems.


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