S. chartarum

Stachybotrys atra, S. alternans, S. chartarum

a fungus that grows on stored feed and produces trichothecene mycotoxins. Poisoning is characterized by diarrhea, necrotic ulcers in the mouth, mucosal petechiation and agranulocytosis. See also satratoxins. Poisoning called alimentary toxic aleucia.
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Of the six fungal species studied, the three of greatest significance to indoor mold investigations and with the most interesting MVOC potential (apparently unique MVOC patterns and/or troublesome growth locations) were S.
Methoxybenzene was also found in the headspace volume of S.
This investigation found an epidemiological association of PH in these infants with water-damaged homes containing toxic fungi, predominantly S.
Growth responses above 64% RH were consistently similar for the three strains of S.
Serum samples from three patients with documented exposure to S.
CONCLUSIONS: These data document the occurrence of SG-albumin adducts in both in vitro experiments and in vivo human and animal exposures to S.
Preliminary results of a CDC case-control study (2) indicated that hemorrhage was associated with 1) major household water damage during the 6 months before illness and 2) increased levels of measurable household fungi, including the toxin-producing mold S.
These findings and the observation that tricothecene mycotoxins were produced in the laboratory by some S.
Other researchers have previously reported links between S.
SSA is specifically formulated to selectively recover S.
The clinical evaluation of the index case did not reveal elevation of IgG or IgE responses to S.
Its presence is one of the clearest demonstrations that mold growth in a building is directly affecting the quality of the indoor environment, since S.