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Table 6 Co-occurrence of mycotoxins in animal feed based on the multi-toxin survey

From: Chemical assessment of mycotoxin contaminants and veterinary residues in Costa Rican animal feed

Number of toxins occurring simultane-ously, n [Number of samples, n] Toxin pattern present [Number of samples, n] Sample type in which the pattern is found [Number of samples, n]
 1 (None) [27] DON [2] FB1 [2] FB2 [2] STE [2] ZEA [2] Soy-bean meal [2] Dairy cattle feed [2] Dairy cattle feed [2] Shrimp feed [2] Rice meal [2]
 2 [25] FB1 + FB2 [14] FB2 + AFG1 [5] Corn meal [4], swine [3], dairy cattle [3], poultry layer [2], and shrimp [1] feed Dairy cattle [4] and swine feed [1]
 3 [24] AFG1 + FB1 + FB2 [2] FB1 + FB2 + OTA [2] ENNB+FB1 + FB2 [2] FB1 + FB2 + HT-2 [2] FB1 + FB2 + ZEA [4] Poultry feed [1] and dog food [1] Beef cattle feed [1] and DDGS [1] Poultry [1] and dairy cattle [1] feed Dairy cattle feed [2] Dairy [2] and beef cattle [2] feed
 4 [34] 15-ADON+FB1 + FB2 + ZEA [2] ENNB+FB1 + FB2 + α-ZON [4] Sheep [1] and dairy cattle [1] feed Dairy cattle feed [4]
 5 [28] DON+FB1 + FB2 + T-2 + ZEA [2] ENNB+FB1 + FB2 + OTA + α-ZON [2] Sheep [1] and dairy cattle [1] feed Beef cattle feed [2]
Number of toxins occurring simultaneously, n [Number of samples, n] Toxin pattern present Co-occurrence by sample type [Number of samples, n]
 6 [11] None Dairy, beef cattle [2], swine [2], poultry layer [2], calf feed [1], and dog food [1]
 7 [7] None Dairy [4], beef cattle feed [1], corn [1], and soybean meal [1]
 8 [3] None Dairy cattle [2] and swine feed [1]
 9 [1] None Dairy cattle feed