Mycotoxins in cereal grain. Part 5. Changes of cereal grain biological value after ammoniation and mycotoxins (ochratoxins) inactivation.

Chełkowski J, Szebiotko K, Goliński P, Buchowski M, Godlewska B, Radomyska W, Wiewiórowska M
Nahrung. 1982 26 (1): 1-7

PMID: 7070490 · DOI:10.1002/food.19820260102

Ammoniation was proved to be a suitable detoxification procedure to remove toxicity of Aspergillus ochraceus mycotoxins (mainly ochratoxin A) from contaminated cereal grain (corn, wheat and barley). It was found that ammoniation should be performed to achieve decomposition of ochratoxin A to nondetectable level. Ammoniated grain can be used as feedstuff component without essential change of nutritive value during ammoniation.

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Ammonia Animal Feed Animals Chickens Edible Grain Food Handling Mycotoxins Nutritive Value Ochratoxins

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