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Presenter(s): Gerd Schatzmayr, Ph.D.
Why is it so complicated to find microorganisms that are suitable for mycotoxin deactivation? Publisher: Biomin
Where: In-house Publication
Origin: United StatesUnited States
When: 2011
Language: English
Gerd Schatzmayr, Ph.D. (Director R&D, BIOMIN Research Center, Tulln, Austria) answers the question: "Why is it so complicated to find microorganisms that are suitable for mycotoxin deactivation?"
 
Presenter(s): Gerd Schatzmayr, Ph.D.
What are the requirements of microorganisms for biotransformation/biodegradation? Publisher: Biomin
Where: In-house Publication
Origin: United StatesUnited States
When: 2011
Language: English
Gerd Schatzmayr, Ph.D. (Director R&D, BIOMIN Research Center, Tulln, Austria) answers the question: "What are the requirements of microorganisms for biotransformation/biodegradation?"
 
Presenter(s): Todd J. Applegate, Ph.D.
What are primary mycotoxins affecting poultry?Publisher: Biomin
Where: In-house Publication
Origin: United StatesUnited States
When: 2011
Language: English
Todd J. Applegate, Ph.D. (Associate Professor, Animal Sciences, Extension Poultry Specialist, Purdue University, West Lafayette, IN, USA) answers the question: "What are primary mycotoxins affecting poultry?"
 
Presenter(s): Todd J. Applegate, Ph.D.
Why is production lost when poultry are fed aflatoxins?Publisher: Biomin
Where: In-house Publication
Origin: United StatesUnited States
When: 2011
Language: English
Todd J. Applegate, Ph.D. (Associate Professor, Animal Sciences, Extension Poultry Specialist, Purdue University, West Lafayette, IN, USA) answers the question: "Why is production lost when poultry are fed aflatoxins?"
 
Presenter(s): Dian Schatzmayr, Ph.D.
What are the most important criteria for the evaluation of an efficient mycotoxin binder?Publisher: Biomin
Where: In-house Publication
Origin: United StatesUnited States
When: 2011
Language: English
Dian Schatzmayr, Ph.D. (Director of Competence Center „Mycotoxins, BIOMIN Research Center, Tulln, Austria) answers the question: "What are the most important criteria for the evaluation of an efficient mycotoxin binder?"
 
Presenter(s): Dian Schatzmayr, Ph.D.
What influences the success of mycotoxin adsorption?Publisher: Biomin
Where: In-house Publication
Origin: United StatesUnited States
When: 2011
Language: English
Dian Schatzmayr, Ph.D. (Director of Competence Center „Mycotoxins, BIOMIN Research Center, Tulln, Austria) answers the question: "What influences the success of mycotoxin adsorption?"
 
Presenter(s): Todd J. Applegate, Ph.D.
Trichothecenes (T2) lesions: What are the sources?Publisher: Biomin
Origin: United StatesUnited States
When: 2011
Language: English
Todd J. Applegate, Ph.D. (Associate Professor, Animal Sciences, Extension Poultry Specialist, Purdue University, West Lafayette, IN, USA) answers the question: "Trichothecenes (T2) lesions: What are the sources?"
 
Presenter(s): Inês Rodrigues
BIOMIN's Mycotoxin Survey 2009: Occurrence of mycotoxins in AsiaPublisher: Biomin
Where: In-house Publication
Origin: United StatesUnited States
When: 2011
Language: English
Inês Rodrigues (Technical Manager, BIOMIN Holding GmbH, Herzogenburg, Austria) presents the Asian results of BIOMIN's Mycotoxin Survey Program covering the period January 2009 - December 2009.
 
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