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Sewage sludge and liquid pig manure as possible sources of antibiotic resistant bacteria.
Within the last decades, the environmental spread of antibiotic resistant bacteria has become a topic of concern. In this study, liquid pig manure (n=305) and sewage sludge (n=111) - used asExpand
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Heavy metals in liquid pig manure in light of bacterial antimicrobial resistance.
Heavy metals are regularly found in liquid pig manure, and might interact with bacterial antimicrobial resistance. Concentrations of heavy metals were determined by atomic spectroscopic methods inExpand
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Prevalence of antibiotic-resistant enterobacteriaceae isolated from chicken and pork meat purchased at the slaughterhouse and at retail in Bavaria, Germany.
The purpose of this study was to investigate chicken and pork meat sampled at the slaughterhouse and at retail for differences in the presence of antibiotic resistant Gram-negative bacteria. For thisExpand
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CONTAMINATION OF CEREALS AND FEED WITH FUSARIUM MYCOTOXINS IN EUROPEAN COUNTRIES
Publisher Summary This chapter discusses contamination of cereals and feed with Fusarium mycotoxins in European countries. The natural occurrence of Fusarium mycotoxins such as zearalenone andExpand
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Occurrence of type A trichothecenes in conventionally and organically produced oats and oat products.
Among cereals, oats are known to be very frequently contaminated with type A trichothecenes and so they can play a major role in the exposition of the consumer to these mycotoxins. SeventyExpand
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Detection of Satratoxin G and H in Indoor Air from a Water-Damaged Building
The occurrence of Stachybotrys chartarum in indoor environments has been linked to adverse health effects as well as few cases of pulmonary haemorrhages in humans. Although the highly toxic secondaryExpand
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Occurrence of Zearalenone-4-β-d-glucopyranoside in Wheat
An LC-MS method was developed for the analysis of zearalenone-4-β-d-glucopyranoside and zearalenone in wheat (Triticum aestivum). The limit of determination for zearalenone-4-β-d-glucopyranoside andExpand
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Simultaneous determination of type A, B and D trichothecenes and their occurrence in cereals and cereal products
A sensitive LC–MS/MS method for the simultaneous determination of type A, B and D trichothecenes in cereals is presented. The limits of detection ranged between 0.1 and 0.7 µg kg−1 for all analytes.Expand
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Kinetic profiles of diacetoxyscirpenol and two of its metabolites in blood serum of pigs.
Orally administered diacetoxyscirpenol (2 mg/kg of body weight) was rapidly absorbed into the blood serum of pigs; within 1 h, the highest amounts of diacetoxyscirpenol (9.6 to 21.9 ng/ml) wereExpand
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Changes in the genital tract of female pigs after feeding practice-relevant amounts of zearalenone
: Zearalenone is one of the most frequent, naturally occurring mycotoxins in feedstuffs: 13.9% of 710 samples analyzed contained zearalenone in concentrations of 1.0 to 1,725 micrograms/kg. TrialExpand
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