- Created on the 10 October, 2017.
Fumonisins belong to a group of mycotoxins which are derived from Fusarium, Liseola section (a common grain mold). There are usually more specifically referred to as Fumonisin B1, B2 or B3. These toxins are extreme stability to high temperatures (reaching up to 100°C), and they can also remain active within contaminated food for many years. Fumonisin can be found in many different types of grains including oats and maize. In human patients there is evidence to indicate the appearance of esophagus cancer which has been linked to exposition to fumonisin B1 and when ingested by animals, fumonisin can result in hepatotoxicity, lung edema and neurotoxicity (mainly identified in pigs and horses). The ELISA assay provides a highly sensitive procedure for analysing rapid quantification of fumonisin contaminations that may be present in cereals or beer.
Fumonisn ELISA kit is intended for detecting rapid quantitative amounts of fumonisin present in beer/gyle or cereals. This assay has a minimum analytical sensitivity limit of 0.015 ppm.
The minimum detection sensitivity level of fumonisin using this fumonisin ELISA kit was 0.015 ppm. The standard assay range for this kit is 0.05 – 5.0 ppm.
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- Full Name: Fumonisn ELISA Kit
- Sample Type: Cereal and Beer
- Sensitivity: 0.015 ppm