Mycotoxins and N-nitroso Compounds: Environmental Risks, Volume 2
CRC Press, 1981 - Medical - 248 pages
Aflatoxins, trichothecenes, cytochalasins, luteoskyrin, cyclochlorotine, psoralens, patulin and penicillic acid, ochratoxins, sterigmatocystins, zearalenone and its derivatives.
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Inhibition of Macromolecular Synthesis
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activity acute toxicity adducts aflatoxin alterations amino approximately assay binding Biochem Biol biological Biophys carcinogenic CB per milliliter cellular Chaetoglobosin Chem chicken embryo compounds concentrations contractile cross-links cultures cytochalasin cytoplasmic cytotoxic decreased diacetoxyscirpenol dihydro-CB dose dose-dependent double bond effects of aflatoxin Effects of cytochalasin enzyme estrogenic excretion fibroblasts formation function furocoumarins fusarenon-X Fusarium glucose transport hamster hexose hormone hydroxyl incorporation incubation induced inhibitor interaction kidney leukocytes levels liver luteoskyrin lymphocytes lysosomal mechanisms membrane metabolism metabolites mg/kg mice microfilament microsomal milliliter mitochondrial mouse mutagenic mycotoxins nuclear nucleic acid observed ochratoxin oral patulin penicillic acid Pharmacol plasma polymerase polysome potent produced protein synthesis psoralen rabbit rat liver receptor response ribosomes RNA synthesis roseum rRNA serum sterigmatocystin structure structure-activity studies T-2 toxin thymidine tissue Toxicol treatment trichodermin trichothecenes tumor cells Ueno ug CB ug CB/m2 uptake Verrucarin vitro vivo Wogan zearalenone