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Distribution of T-2 toxin in wet-milled corn products

Distribution of T-2 toxin in wet-milled corn products

Journal of Food Science 46(3): 877-879

Maize, inoculated with Fusarium tricinctum, was processed with bench scale wet-milling equipment. Approx. 2/3 of T-2 toxin initially present was removed by the steep and process water, 4% was found in starch and the remainder was distributed between germ, gluten and fibre. The toxin conc. in germ was 163-194% of the initial toxin conc. in the maize, while starch contained 6.6-8.8% of the initial conc.

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DOI: 10.1111/j.1365-2621.1981.tb15370.x

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