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Yeast Cell Wall Has The Effect Of Adsorbing Mycotoxins

0 Author 2023-04-27 14:50:56

Mycotoxins are secondary metabolites of molds that are ubiquitous in feed and feed raw materials. At present, there are about 100 kinds of mycotoxins known to contaminate the feed, mainly a variety of mycotoxins produced by Penicillium, Aspergillus and Fusarium, of which the main hazards to livestock and poultry are aflatoxin, ochratoxin, fumigatus toxin, trichothecene mycotoxin and zearalenone. At least 25 percent of the world's cereals are contaminated with mycotoxins, causing serious harm to the feed industry, animal husbandry and human health.

Many researchers have made a lot of research on how to eliminate the adverse effects of mycotoxins on the health and production performance of livestock, reduce the residue of mycotoxins and their metabolites in the fianl products, and ensure the food safety for humans.

Adding mycotoxin adsorbent to feed is an effective means to reduce the harm of mycotoxins and improve the production performance of animals. At present, one of the main component of the mycotoxin adsorbent is the yeast cell wall. Why yeast cell wall has this kind of functions?

First of all, a large number of studies have confirmed that yeast cell wall has the effect of adsorbing mycotoxins, for example, Ciegler A (1996) has reported that yeast components have the effect of adsorbing mycotoxins, and more than 100 studies around the world have confirmed that the cell wall of yeast has the effect of adsorbing mycotoxins. Secondly, Peter N Lipke (1998) research showing that yeast cell wall has strong adsorption.

using cell wall products from molasses fermentation of pure culture yeast with more stable quality and better adsorption effects.

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