Samples：Grains and feed
Deoxynivalenol is known as vomitoxin or DON. It is a potent fungal toxin to affect crops grown in cool and moist conditions. Fusarium graminearum is the principal DON-producing fungus in grains but Fusarium culmorum is often involved as well especially in certain geographical areas of the world. Deoxynivalenol is a known immunosuppressant and may cause kidney problems. Consuming DON-contaminated grain can cause vomiting in humans and animals. Deoxynivalenol is formed by the Fusarium species and mainly affects corn, wheat, oats and barley.
The kit is a lateral flow immunochromatographic assay that determines a quantitative level for the presence of deoxynivalenol and is intended for use in grains, feed materials and feed products. This method is suitable for the rapid on-site test.
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Grains and feed
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