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animal feed overgrown with fungus; the feed may be harvested and stored or be still in the ground.
causes mycotoxic nephropathy in horses.
moldy garden beans
causes acute interstitial pneumonia in cattle.
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High environmental relative moldiness
index during infancy as a predictor of asthma at 7 years of age.
Environmental Relative Moldiness
Index (ERMI): In terms of mold, we do not have a good test to evaluate levels of mold within the body: we can measure mold antibodies, but these tend to be variable.
After almost a decade and a half of work, they have created a Relative Moldiness
Index that uses quantitative polymerase chain reaction to measure concentrations of 36 indicator mold species present in floor dust samples taken inside a building.