One or more of these compounds may be responsible for mycotoxic
activity of these extracts against the pathogen.
The report, 'Cannabis microbiome sequencing reveals several mycotoxic
fungi native to dispensary grade Cannabis flowers', by Kevin McKernan and a team from Medicinal Genomics Corporation in Massachusetts, has passed peer review http://f1000research.
This work is a prerequisite for the establishment of relevant mycotoxic
control plans, taking into account the peculiarities of the different foods.
citrinum has been reported in agricultural commodities, food, feedstuffs and it has been implicated in mycotoxic
nephropaty (Xu et al.
Bioguided discovery and pharmacophore modeling of the mycotoxic
indole diterpene alkaloids penitrems as breast cancer proliferation, migration, and invasion inhibitors.
Generally the highest prevalence at the age of 4-20 weeks speaks of some concurrent immunosuppressive factors when the birds are more prone to get the infection of Gumboro disease along with role of some mycotoxic
levels in the feed.
This disease is strongly associated with fungal mycotoxic
poisoning resulting due to feeding of paddy straw containing multiple dark specks (Kalra et al.
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.
This mycotoxin plays a key role in the genesis of swine mycotoxic
nephropathy, a common disease in Scandinavia (Krogh 1992).
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.
fungi, mycotoxins and mycotoxicosis (Ed.