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One of the resorcylic acid lactones; used in veterinary medicine as an anabolic.
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Hassen, "The antigenotoxic activities of cactus (Opuntia ficus-indica) cladodes against the mycotoxin zearalenone in Balb/c mice: prevention of micronuclei, chromosome aberrations and DNA fragmentation," Food and Chemical Toxicology, vol.
The bulk of mycotoxin research in Latin America has been conducted on maize and specifically on aflatoxins, although other toxins such as zearalenone, T-2 toxin, DON, penicillic acid, kojic acid, and ochratoxin have been detected in that cereal [10].
Particular mycotoxins: Ochratoxin A; Patulin; Zearalenone; Fumonisins; Other mycotoxins.
Oestrogen helps to control the seasonal cycle of fillies, and it is possible that zearalenone's actions are prompting the abnormally high incidences of `red bag'-the birth of the placenta before the foal, which places the foal at great danger of suffocation-and miscarriage of foetuses conceived this spring.
Archer Rd., Summit-Argo, IL 60501) is to determine the effects of thermal processing and chemical treatments on moniliformin, zearalenone, and other mycotoxins.
For example, DON and zearalenone are coproduced by Fusarium graminearum and have markedly different effects in farm animals.
TABLE I Examples of Known and Potential Endocrine Disrupters Substance Reference Diethylstilbestrol 5 DDT 20 PCBs 21 Estradiol-17b 22 Coumestrol 22 Equol 22 Zearalenone 22 3,9-Dihydroxybenz[a]anthracene 22 Kepone 22 DDE 23 Methoxychlor 20 Mirex 20 TCDD 24 Tributyltin 25, 26 Tamoxifen 27 Cadmium 28 Zearealonone 29 Benzo[a]pyrene 30 Lead 30 Arochlor 1254 30 Methyl mercury 31 PAHs 32 Polychlorinated dibenzo-p-dioxins 33 Polychlorinated dibenzofurans 33 Cyproterone acetate 29 Dibromochloropropane 29 Fenarimol 29 Nitrofen 29 Hexachlorophene 29 PBBs 29 Carbaryl 34 Aldrin 34 Chlordane 34 2,4-D 34 2,4,5-T 34 Zineb 34 Maneb 34
Occurrence of Deoxynivalenol (DON), 3-Acetyl-DON, Zearalenone and Ergosterol in winter rye inoculated with Fusarium culmorum.
One of them is for ice cream (bacteria of the colibacillus group were identified in the product), one for the bird's liver (listeria and doxycycline were detected), one for animal feed (detection of zearalenone and enteropathogenic types of intestinal bacillus), three for sausage products (identification unclaimed in sausage poultry DNA and starch).
The concentrations of zearalenone (ZEA), ochratoxin A (OTA), and fumonisins (FB1 and FB2) were determined.
Fusarium's major mycotoxins are zearalenone (ZEN) and fumonisin.
2016) shows that among 153 synthetic chemicals studied in seven typical French diets (food associations), three are aromatase inhibitors according to ToxCast[TM]: zearalenone, triadimenol, and lindane.