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Ling, L. (1995) Biochemical and molecular aspects of mammalian susceptibility to aflatoxin B1 Bio-Prevalence, Determination and Reduction of Aflatoxin B1 … 31 carcinogenicity. Proceedings of the Society for Experimental Biology and Medicine, 208, 213-227. Meggs, W. J. (2009) Epidemics of mold poisoning past and present. Toxicology of Industrial Health, 25(9-10), 571-576. Mishra, H. , Das, C. (2003) A review on biological control and metabolism of aflatoxin. Critical Reviews in Food Science and Nutrition, 43(3), 245– 264.
B After maize samples‘ irradiation, AFB1 was not detected. d. 4 Bio-Prevalence, Determination and Reduction of Aflatoxin B1 … 21 The exposure time was calculated based on the natural decay rate (the halflife) of the source and the location of the sample. The absorbed dose was measured using a dosimeter. The results obtained in our earlier preliminary studies showed that the dose of 2, 3 and 5 kGy can effectively stop the germination of aflatoxicogenic mould spores both in vitro and in situ (unpublished data).
Flavus but, unlike nuts, small grain cereal spoilage by A. flavus is the result of poor handling. Moreover, aflatoxin M1 as a milk contaminant has potential risk for animal and human health. The character of the aflatoxin problem varies by region. For instance, aflatoxin accumulation in stored maize in subtropical Asia has risen rapidly in post-harvest conditions whereas in the US, the issue is preharvest condition of maize. Therefore, the exposure to aflatoxins differs 36 Elham Esmaeilishirazifard and Tajalli Keshavarz between countries particularly due to different diets.
Aflatoxins: Food Sources, Occurrence and Toxicological Effects by Adina G. Faulkner