ochratoxicosis

ochratoxicosis

the nephropathy caused by poisoning by the mycotoxin ochratoxin A. Characterized by degeneration of renal epithelium, polydipsia, polyuria, diarrhea and uremia. Pigs most affected. Resembles Balkan nephropathy in humans.
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Effects of L-carnitine and vitamin E upon toxico-pathological alterations induced by ochratoxicosis in white leg-horn cockerels.
2005) and has been implicated in significant field outbreaks of ochratoxicosis in poultry (Fink-Gremmel, 1999).
Human ochratoxicosis and nephropathy in Egypt: a preliminary study.
2009: Natural occurrences of ochratoxicosis in slaughtered pigs from different regions of Serbia.
Pathology of experimental ochratoxicosis in broilers and assessment of efficacy of a toxin binder.
Effect of polyherbal feed supplement "Growell" during induced aflatoxicosis, ochratoxicosis and combined mycotoxicoses in broilers.
Ochratoxicosis (agents: Aspergillus ochraceas and Penicillium species)
Increase in the urea Creatinine and decreased in total serum proteins concentrations have been observed in concurrent aflatoxicosis and ochratoxicosis.
Immunosuppression due to chronic ochratoxicosis in broiler chickens.
Susceptibility to bacterial infections in growing pigs as an early response in ochratoxicosis.
The most effective indicator of ochratoxicosis in young broiler chickens is enlarged kidneys.