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New Additive for Culture Media for Rapid Identification of Aflatoxin-ProducingAspergillus Strains



Jaimez Ordaz, Judith

2001

New Additive for Culture media for Rapid Determination of Aflatoxin- Producing Aspergillus Strains. (2001). C.A. Fente, J. Jaimez Ordaz, B.I. Vázquez, C.M. Franco, and A. Cepeda. Applied and Environmental Microbiology, 67(10): 4858-4862.


Abstract


A new reliable, fast, and simple method for the detection of aflatoxigenic Aspergillus strains, consisting of the addition of a cyclodextrin (a methylated ?-cyclodextrin derivative) to common media used for testing mycotoxin production ability, was developed. We propose the use of this compound as an additive for fungal culture media to enhance the natural fluorescence of aflatoxins. The production of aflatoxins coincided with the presence of a bright blue or blue-green fluorescent area surrounding colonies when observed under long-wavelength (365-nm) UV light after 3 days of incubation at 28C. The presence of aflatoxins was confirmed by extracting the medium with chloroform and examining the extracts by high-pressure liquid chromatography with fluorescence detection.






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