syndrome in goats caused by Ipomoea asarifolia in Northeastern Brazil.
Tremorgenic mycotoxins are fungal secondary metabolites that have a specific effect on the central nervous system.
A number of toxinogenic fungal species, particularly producers of tremorgenic mycotoxins (penitrem A (15), fumitremorgen B, paxilline, verrucosidin, and verruculogen), have been isolated from traditional fermented meats.
Penitrem A (15) is a well-recognised tremorgenic mycotoxin produced by several Penicillium spp.
Mycotoxins have been shown to be carcinogenic immunogenic tremorgenic
(cause tremor or excitation of the central nervous system) teratogenic hepatotoxic and also cause damage to the kidney (Ratcliff 2002).
mycotoxins from Aspergillus fumigatus as a possible occupational health problem in sawmills.
Increasing or decreasing nervous activity modulates the severity of the gliovascular lesions of 1,3-dinitrobenzene in the rat: effects of the tremorgenic
pyrethroid, Bifenthrin, and of anaesthesia.
Recent work has found a number of tremorgenic
toxins in the conidia of this species.
neurotoxins from perennial ryegrass causing ryegrass staggers disorder of livestock: structure and elucidation of lolitrem B.
The effects of the tremorgenic mycotoxin Penitrem A on the rat cerebellum.
Tremorgenic syndrome in goats caused by, Ipomoea asarifolia in northeastern Brazil.
The importance of screening for potentially tremorgenic