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    Aflatoxins are toxic secondary metabolic products, which exert great hazards to human and animal health. Decontaminating aflatoxins from food ingredients to a threshold level is a prime concern for avoiding risks to the consumers. Biological decontamination processes of aflatoxins have received widespread attention due to their mild and environmental-friendly nature. Many reports have been published on the decontamination of aflatoxins by microorganisms, especially lactic acid bacteria (LAB), a well-explored probiotic and generally recognized as safe. The present review aims at updating the decontamination of produced aflatoxins using LAB, with an emphasis on the decontamination mechanism and influence factors for decontamination. This comprehensive analysis provides insights into the binding mechanisms between LAB and aflatoxins, facilitating the theoretical and practical application of LAB for decontaminating hazardous substances in food and agriculture.

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    Aiping Liu, Yiliu Zheng, Lang Liu, Shujuan Chen, Li He, Xiaoling Ao, Yong Yang, Shuliang Liu. Decontamination of Aflatoxins by Lactic Acid Bacteria. Current microbiology. 2020 Dec;77(12):3821-3830

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    PMID: 32979055

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