mycotoxic

mycotoxic

pertaining to or emanating from a mycotoxin, e.g. mycotoxic lupinosis, mycotoxic nephropathy.

mycotoxic nephrotoxic tubular necrosis
caused by ochratoxin and citrinin in pigs.
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Bioguided discovery and pharmacophore modeling of the mycotoxic indole diterpene alkaloids penitrems as breast cancer proliferation, migration, and invasion inhibitors.
Mycotoxic porcine nephropathy: a possible model for Balkan endemic nephropathy.
More universally, I am seeing issues with grains from a fungal/ mycotoxic perspective and not from gluten or allergic perspective.
Scientists from food, biology, chemistry, agriculture, and other fields present an extensive compendium of recent research results on both major natural beneficial phytochemical bioactives, and mycotoxic bioactives in edible fruits and cereals.
In Mycotoxic fungi, mycotoxins and mycotoxicosis (Ed.
Also discussed, in chapters written by specially selected experts, are the epidemiological features of food poisoning, the microbiological control of food production, mycotoxic fungi, and food safety legislation.
Epidemic of toxic hepatitis in India of possible mycotoxic origin.
The chapters are entitled: Introduction; Infective bacterial food poisoning; Toxic bacterial food poisoning; Other bacterial pathogens; Mycotoxic fungi; Viruses and protozoa; Laboratory diagnosis; Epidemiology; Microbiological control of food production; and Food safety and food legislation.
DNA interstrand cross-linking by a mycotoxic diepoxide.
EMFs "stress" mold organisms, causing them to release more mycotoxic defenses.
It was elicited that dietary supplementation of Meju or fermented soybean meal up to 50% soybean meal does not exhibit any mycotoxic effects on the fish.
Chapters written by specially selected experts in the area also discuss the epidemiological features of food poisoning, the microbiological control of food production, mycotoxic fungi, and food safety legislation.