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Type News Domaines Mycotoxines Matériaux de référence Broyeurs/sous-échantillonneurs Allergènes alimentaires Pathogènes alimentaires OGM Résidus + Adultérants Prestations Analytiques Microbiologie

ERBER Group once again among the top 300 employers in Austria

For the third time in a row, the ERBER Group was selected among the best 300 employers in Austria.

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Type Articles Domaines Pathogènes alimentaires Microbiologie

5 Targets to Test for in Your Production Environment: #5 Total Count

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Type Vidéos Mycotoxines

[Video] Mycotoxin Minute 36 – OTA in Central Europe

Martina checks up on ochratoxin A and what it's up to in corn samples in Central Europe.

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Type Vidéos Domaines Mycotoxines

[Video] Mycotoxin Minute 35 - T-2 and HT-2 Toxins in North America

Christina takes us to North America, where T-2 and HT-2 toxins are putting in an underwhelming performance (thankfully).

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Type Evènements Domaines Allergènes alimentaires

5th International Symposium on Gluten-Free Cereal Products and Beverages - Leuven (Belgium)

"Building products by knowledge"

June 26 - 28 2019 | Leuven (Belgium)

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Articles Pathogènes alimentaires

Sanitizing the Processing Environment

There is no higher imperative for those in the food industry than ensuring the delivery of safe products to customers; maintaining a clean and pathogen-free...

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Type Vidéos Domaines Mycotoxines

[WEBINAR] Ergot Alkaloids: From Witchcraft to Biotechnology

Ergots alkaloids are secondary metabolites of certain fungi. Their production occurs in the sclerotia of the Claviceps species on infected cereal plants during...

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Type Vidéos Domaines Mycotoxines

[Video] Mycotoxin Minute 34 - DON in South Africa

85% of samples are testing positive for DON in South Africa - in this week's Mycotoxin Minute.

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Type Vidéos Domaines Mycotoxines

[Video] Mycotoxin Minute 33 - ZON in Central Europe

Our old enemy Fusarium graminearum is up to his old tricks again, driving up zearalenone levels in Central Europe.

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