mycotoxin


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my·co·tox·in

(mī'kō-tok'sinz),
Toxic compound produced by certain fungi; some are used for medicinal purposes; for example, muscarine, psilocybin.

mycotoxin

/my·co·tox·in/ (mi´ko-tok″sin) a fungal toxin.

mycotoxin

(mī′kō-tŏk′sĭn)
n.
A toxin produced by a fungus.

mycotoxin

[mī′kōtok′sins]
a poison produced by fungi that are harmful to other organisms.

my·co·tox·in

(mī'kō-tok'sin)

mycotoxin

a TOXIN produced by a FUNGUS.

my·co·tox·in

(mī'kō-tok'sin)
Toxic compound produced by certain fungi; some are used for medicinal purposes; e.g., muscarine, psilocybin.

mycotoxin

poisonous substance produced by a fungus.

mycotoxin hyperthermia
see Neotyphodium(Acremonium) coenophialum, clavicepspurpurea.
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In Pakistan, very limited published information is available about the fungal mycobiota and status of their mycotoxin in agricultural products, particularly those used as ingredients in poultry, and animal feeds.
This makes the GPL-MycoTOX Profile the most comprehensive mycotoxin test on the market.
Hooper has published some of his work as: Mycotoxin Detection in Human Samples from Patients Exposed to Environmental Molds Int.
Caption: Staff members at the Afghanistan Ministry of Agriculture, Irrigation, and Livestock prepare a sample of raisins for mycotoxin analysis in the lab refurbished and equipped by PHLIL.
and mycotoxins in fresh and ensiled maize fodder using a model fermentation system and raw materials from different areas of Punjab, Pakistan.
3) were selected for mycotoxin quantification by HPLC (High Performance Liquid Chromatography).
The company said the Phase II SBIR programme will focus on demonstrating the ability of CytoSorb to adsorb mycotoxins in vivo and improve survival in animals.
These spoilage agents lead to the decay of the commodities manifested by loss of weight, nutritional value and toxicity due to the production of mycotoxins.
Moturi WKN Factors likely to enhance mycotoxin introduction into the human diet through maize in Kenya.
In the current study, the improved results of ADG on 0 to 42 d, cholesterol on d 21, triglycerides in serum on both d 21 and d 42, HDL in serum on d 42 and the splenic Hsp70 mRNA expression levels on d 42 in NCDD group compared to NCD group may due to YCW partially trapping the mycotoxin molecule in its glucomannan matrix and preventing toxin absorption from the gastrointestinal tract (Che et al.
Mycotoxin formation in hulless barley during granary storage at 15 and 19% moisture content.