Bacterial Epimerization as a Route for Deoxynivalenol Detoxification: the Influence of Growth and Environmental Conditions

@inproceedings{He2016BacterialEA,
  title={Bacterial Epimerization as a Route for Deoxynivalenol Detoxification: the Influence of Growth and Environmental Conditions},
  author={Jian Wei He and Yousef I. Hassan and Norma Perilla and Xiu-Zhen Li and Greg J. Boland and Ting Zhou},
  booktitle={Front. Microbiol.},
  year={2016}
}
Deoxynivalenol (DON) is a toxic secondary metabolite produced by several Fusarium species that infest wheat and corn. Food and feed contaminated with DON pose a health risk to both humans and livestock and form a major barrier for international trade. Microbial detoxification represents an alternative approach to the physical and chemical detoxification methods of DON-contaminated grains. The present study details the characterization of a novel bacterium, Devosia mutans 17-2-E-8, that is… CONTINUE READING
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