Variation in the Microbiome, Trichothecenes, and Aflatoxins in Stored Wheat Grains in Wuhan, China

@inproceedings{Yuan2018VariationIT,
  title={Variation in the Microbiome, Trichothecenes, and Aflatoxins in Stored Wheat Grains in Wuhan, China},
  author={Qing-Song Yuan and Peng Yang and Aibo Wu and Dong-Yun Zuo and Wei-Jie He and Mao-Wei Guo and Tao Huang and He-ping Li and Yu-Cai Liao},
  booktitle={Toxins},
  year={2018}
}
Contamination by fungal and bacterial species and their metabolites can affect grain quality and health of wheat consumers. In this study, sequence analyses of conserved DNA regions of fungi and bacteria combined with determination of trichothecenes and aflatoxins revealed the microbiome and mycotoxins of wheat from different silo positions (top, middle, and bottom) and storage times (3, 6, 9, and 12 months). The fungal community in wheat on the first day of storage (T₀) included 105 classified… CONTINUE READING
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