Communication and dissemination play a central role in the delivery of the MycoKey smart solutions for food safety and acts as a vehicle for introducing innovation and supporting Europe’s long-term policies for sustainable growth and competitiveness in food sector. MycoKey dissemination actions will demonstrate also to non -specialised audiences the project’s added value in food safety and job creation as well as seek views from the public on the future of the European Union intrinsically support Horizon 2020’s core added values. MycoKey Consortium members are very active in promoting projects’activities and sharing results with international scientific community, to spread knowledge around the world and create opportunities for cooperation.
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This paper investigated the capability of the white-rot and edible fungus Plerotus eryngii (king oyster mushroom) to degrade AFB1 both in vitro and in a laboratory-scale mushroom cultivation, using a substrate similar to that routinely used in mushroom farms.
Authors: Maria Teresa Branà; Maria Teresa Cimmarusti; Miriam Haidukowski; Antonio Francesco Logrieco; Claudio Altomare Keywords: mycotoxin, aflatoxin B1 (AFB1), Plerotus eryngii, detoxification Published: 3/8/2017 Repository: https://zenodo.org/record/884435