The Misset International Week by All About Feed was successfully held last November, where renowned international speakers from all around the globe gathered “virtually” to discuss diverse challenges within the livestock industry that farmers and producers have to overcome these present days.
Olmix, recognized by its wide expertise on mycotoxin risk management, not only did sponsor the webinar on this matter, but also contributed to the event through a lecture about the multiple ways of testing toxin binders, as well as shedding some light on the company’s research with the Brazilian Samitec Institute on a unique and patented combination of algae and montmorillonite to effectively reduce mycotoxins effects on animals.
In vitro models to test toxin binders
When it comes to testing toxin binders, both in vitro and in vivo experimental models are to be on the table. When using in vitro models to evaluate the percentage of mycotoxin adsorption, it can be said that there are 2 major types of models:
Julia Laurain at the Mycotoxin Management webinar.