Approximately 200 g of air-dried sample per feed was retained using a quarter method, ground and passed through a 0.85 mm sieve, put into zipper bags and then stored at -20°C. The determinations of AFB1, ZEN and DON were conducted according to the UPT-LF, ELISA and HPLC-MS/MS methods described above. The mean, median and maximum mycotoxin concentrations in the feed samples detected by the three methods are listed in Tables. The median is a more representative parameter than the mean and standard deviation when the distribution of data presents a positive skew. Additionally, to show the most serious mycotoxin contamination, we listed the maximum value. These two parameters are beneficial for the statistical description of the data.

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