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Articles Food Allergens

Challenges in Allergen Testing - Spiking and Recoveries

Adrian Rogers discusses the basics on detecting allergens in food – from finding the right test kit to methods for precise validation.

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Videos Mycotoxins Reference Materials Sampling Mills Food Allergens Food Pathogens GMO Residues + Adulterants Analytical Service Microbiology

Job clip - Product Manager

Lilian talks about being a Product Manager at Romer Labs.

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Videos Mycotoxins Reference Materials Sampling Mills Food Allergens Food Pathogens GMO Residues + Adulterants Analytical Service Microbiology

Job clip - Product Manager

Paula talks about being a Product Manager, Mycotoxin Risk Management at BIOMIN.

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Videos Mycotoxins Reference Materials Sampling Mills Food Allergens Food Pathogens GMO Residues + Adulterants Analytical Service Microbiology

Job clip - Scientist

Elisabeth talks about being a Scientist, Cell Biology at BIOMIN.

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Articles Mycotoxins

What are Ergot Alkaloids?

Ergot alkaloids are a large group of compounds produced by fungi that attack a wide variety

of grass species, including small grains, during the growing...

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Articles Mycotoxins

What is Deoxynivalenol?

Deoxynivalenol is also known as vomitoxin or DON. It may co-exist with other toxins produced

by the same organism that produces this toxin, especially...

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Job clip - Project Specialist

Jakob talks about being a Project Specialist at ERBER Group.

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Articles Mycotoxins

What is Zearalenone?

This compound is chemically a phenolic resorcyclic acid lactone that is primarily an estrogenic fungal metabolite. It is observed on thin layer chromatographic...

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Articles Mycotoxins

What is Fumonisin?

Fumonisins are a group of toxins, primarily, FB1, FB2, FB3. They are not fluorescent and were discovered in 1988, in South Africa Gelderblom et al., 1988;...

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Articles Mycotoxins

What is Aflatoxin?

A group of toxins, consisting primarily of aflatoxin B1, aflatoxin B2, aflatoxin G1, aflatoxin G2 and aflatoxin M1, are named for their respective innate...

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