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aflatoxins in Egyptian food commodities . J. Food Compos. Anal. , 44 , 18 – 24 . A ydin , A. , G unsen , U. & D emirel , S. ( 2008 ): Total aflatoxin, aflatoxin B1 and ochratoxin A

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.P. , Manning , B.M. , O’Kennedy , R. , Lee , H.A. , Morgan , M.R. 2000 . Development of surface plasmon resonance-based immunoassay for aflatoxin B(1) . Agric. Food Chem. 48 : 5097 – 5104

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Acta Alimentaria
Authors: Cs. Dobolyi, F. Sebők, J. Varga, S. Kocsubé, G. Szigeti, N. Baranyi, Á. Szécsi, B. Tóth, M. Varga, B. Kriszt, S. Szoboszlay, C. Krifaton, and J. Kukolya

Borisova, L., Tasheva, Y. & Sertova, N. (2008): Investigation on the contamination of wheat and maize with Aspergillus flavus and determination of its toxicological properties to produce aflatoxins. Vet. Med-US , 12 , 60

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. and Beltz , S. B. ( 2005 ): Characterization of aflatoxin-producing fungi outside of Aspergillus section Flavi . Mycologia 97 , 425 – 432 . Criseo , G. , Bagnara , A. and Bisignano , G. ( 2001 ): Differentiation of aflatoxin

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Journal of Radioanalytical and Nuclear Chemistry
Authors: P. Rauch, L. Fukal, J. Prošek, P. Březina, and J. Káš

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Radioimmunoassay for the differential determination of aflatoxin M1 has been developed. It is based on the use of antiserum having almost the same affinity to both aflatoxins B1 and M1 /Ka for aflatoxin B1=2.0×109 and Ka for aflatoxin M1=2.1×109/ and making possible their simultaneous determination. Aflatoxin B1 content is determined specifically by a commercial RIA, and aflatoxin M1 concentration is calculated as the differences between these two assays.

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Acta Biologica Hungarica
Authors: Nikolett Baranyi, Daniela Jakšić Despot, Andrea Palágyi, Noémi Kiss, Sándor Kocsubé, András Szekeres, Anita Kecskeméti, Ottó Bencsik, Csaba Vágvölgyi, Maja Šegvić Klarić, and János Varga

) Current trends in aflatoxin research . Acta Biol. Szeged. 57 , 95 – 107 . 4. Caira , M. , Posteraro , B. , Sanguinetti , M. , de Carolis , E. , Leone , G. , Pagano

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Badea , M., Micheli , L., Messia , C.M., Candigliota , T., Marconi , E., Mottram , T., Velasco-Garcia , M., Moscone , D. & Palleschi , G. (2004): Aflatoxin M1 determination in raw milk using

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/18 . EC (2006): Regulation No. 504. O.J. L92/3 . Fazekas, B., Tar, A. & Kovács M. (2005): Aflatoxin and ochratoxin-A content of spices in Hungary. Fd Addit. Contam. , 22 (9), 856

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Introduction Aflatoxin B1 (AFB1) is one of the most harmful mycotoxins occurring almost worldwide. Aflatoxins are a group of several compounds mainly produced by Aspergillus flavus and Aspergillus parasiticus [ 1 ] but more

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Acta Veterinaria Hungarica
Authors: Benjámin Kövesi, Szabina Kulcsár, Mátyás Cserháti, Márta Erdélyi, Zsolt Ancsin, Erika Zándoki, Miklós Mézes, and Krisztián Balogh

Introduction Aflatoxins (AFs), produced primarily by Aspergillus flavu s and Aspergillus parasiticus , are unavoidable natural contaminants of feedstuffs and basic foods ( Abrar et al., 2013 ). The most important AF in terms of toxic potency and

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