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Production and degradation of patulin by paecilomyces sp a common contaminant of silage



Production and degradation of patulin by paecilomyces sp a common contaminant of silage



Journal of the Science of Food & Agriculture 30(3): 229-232



The production and degradation of patulin by a common silage comtaminant, Paecilomyces sp., is described. Utilizing protoplasts of the parent organism, 80% degradation of radiolabeled patulin occurred over the 3 h period studied; this degradation effect may account for anomalies in the investigation of suspected mycotoxin poisoning. [This study is relevant to detoxification of livestock feed].

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