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To minimize the interference of co-extracted compounds from foods and feeds in which mycotoxins occur, the conventional methods for chemical analysis of mycotoxins consume large amount of time and solvent, need several cleanup steps, and sometimes require practical experiences. From the environmental point of view, toxic solvents such as chloroform and benzene used for mycotoxin analysis should be saved from now on. The immunoaffinity column (IAC) using anti-mycotoxins antibodies are highlydoi:10.2520/myco1975.1999.suppl2_172 fatcat:a33tjgyr5vbbtlur2vsdtnfemm