Isolation of deoxynivalenol-transforming bacteria from the chicken intestines using the approach of PCR-DGGE guided microbial selection

@inproceedings{Yu2010IsolationOD,
  title={Isolation of deoxynivalenol-transforming bacteria from the chicken intestines using the approach of PCR-DGGE guided microbial selection},
  author={Hai Yu and Ting Zhou and Jianhua Gong and Christopher Young and Xiaojun Su and Xiu-Zhen Li and Honghui Zhu and Rong Tsao and Raymond S. H. Yang},
  booktitle={BMC Microbiology},
  year={2010}
}
BackgroundContamination of grains with trichothecene mycotoxins, especially deoxynivalenol (DON), has been an ongoing problem for Canada and many other countries. Mycotoxin contamination creates food safety risks, reduces grain market values, threatens livestock industries, and limits agricultural produce exports. DON is a secondary metabolite produced by some Fusarium species of fungi. To date, there is a lack of effective and economical methods to significantly reduce the levels of… CONTINUE READING

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