Mycotoxins: formation, analysis, and significance
A far-reaching work detailing the nature, origin, activity, and control of poisonous metabolites of moulds, called mycotoxins. Though it treats the basic science of mycotoxicology, the book emphasizes the multidisciplinary nature of research into diseases caused by mycotoxins and provides a thorough review of the most modern applications of analysis, control, and diagnosis. Concludes with a comprehensive assessment of analyses conducted in the book, as well as a look ahead into the practical and theoretical future of mycotoxicology.
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Structure and Formation of Mycotoxins
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acute aflatoxicosis agricultural amino acids analysis analytical Anatoxin animal feeds antibody antigen Aspergillus flavus assay associated Barley biological biosynthesis broiler carcinogenic cattle cause cells cent cereals chemical chickens chromatography citrinin clean-up commodities compounds concentration conidiophore contaminated corn cottonseed crops damage degradation Deoxynivalenol detection Diacetoxyscirpenol diet disease dose effects environmental enzyme ergot extraction fluoresce foods and feeds fungal fungi Fusarium genera grains groundnut group Aspergillus haemorrhage Hesseltine HPLC human infected kidneys laboratory large numbers levels of aflatoxin lipid maize material meal metabolism methods mg kg-1 milk moisture molecules mould growth mutagenic Mycology mycotoxicoses mycotoxin formation mycotoxins necrosis nephropathy nutritional nuts occur ochratoxin pathogens patulin peanuts penicillic acid Penicillium pigs plant presence propionic acid protein rats rubratoxin samples secondary metabolites solvent Sorbic acid species spores sporidesmin sterigmatocystin Stoloff storage structures studies Swine symptoms T-2 toxin Table temperature tissues toxigenic moulds tremorgens Trichodermin trichothecenes Vomitoxin wheat zearalenone