9) Fusarial Mycotoxins Fusarial mycotoxins include fumonisins and trichothecenes.
What does T-2 stand for?
T-2 stands for Trichothecene (Mycotoxin)
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] Croteau SM, Prelusky DB and HL Trenholm Analysis of trichothecene Mycotoxins by Gas Chromatography with Electron Capture Detection.
Ms Rodrigues said: "Aflatoxins, fumonisins, ergot alkaloids and endotoxins are adsorbed by selected clay minerals; zearalenone, ochratoxins and the large family of trichothecenes are biotransformed into less or non-toxic metabolites.
Aflatoxins, fumonisins, ergot alkaloids and endotoxins are adsorbed by selected clay minerals; zearalenone, ochratoxins and the large family of trichothecenes are biotransformed into less or non-toxic metabolites.
Trichothecenes are commonly found in the urine of sick people living in moldy homes.
The researchers examined several approaches to tackling the trichothecene problem.
Effects of trichothecene structure on cytokine secretion and gene expression in murine CD4+ T-cells.