About Toxin Analysis Laboratory
According to the World Health Organization (WHO); More than 20% of the world's foods contain mycotoxins, so there is no tolerance for the presence of toxins in our country, as in the European Union countries, but analysis is required in risky product groups.
Molds that grow in food and feedstuffs and especially the toxic substances they form are a research subject that needs to be considered. Molds, under appropriate conditions in the raw and processed material to change the properties of the product is changed and corrupted. On the other hand, toxic substances with negative effects on human health are formed. The toxic substances formed are called mycotoxins. Highly toxic, most carcinogenic, teratogenic, mutagenic substances; otherwise known as eh mold poison diğer. The most frequently encountered mycotoxins are phylloxines, ochratoxins, zearalenone, deoxynivalenol, patulin, fumonisin, T2 toxin, HT2 toxin and citrine.