For a long time, mycotoxins—and their effects on humans and animals—have been identified and extensively described. In the late 1950s, aflatoxin was the first mycotoxin considered a threat to animals (particularly poultry), and later, other mycotoxins were added to the list of dangerous toxins: ochratoxin, T2, DON, zearalenone, and most recently fumonisin.
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