citrinin


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citrinin

(sɪˈtraɪnɪn)
n
an antibiotic derived from the fungus Penicillium citrinum
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Akbarsha, Hepatotoxic effect of ochratoxin A and citrinin, alone and in combination, and protective effect of vitamin E: In vitro study in HepG2 cell.
Y Application of Plackett Burman factorial design to improve citrinin production in Monascus ruber batch cultures.
We have detected the DNA of microbes and the genes that synthesize paxilline and citrinin.
Contamination citrinin is observed in various grain-based foods (corn, wheat, barley, rice, fruits, grain products .
Liu, "Mycotoxin citrinin induced cell cycle G2/M arrest and numerical chromosomal aberration associated with disruption of microtubule formation in human cells," Toxicological Sciences, vol.
Scientific opinion on the risk for public and animal health related to the presence of citrinin in food and feed.
2007) described malformations in different body structures in alligator and rat embryos when exposed to citrinin, endosulfan and organochlorine insecticides.
Development of a method for the determination of citrinin in barley, rye and wheat by solid phase extraction on aminopropyl columns and HPLC-FLD.
Producers and important dietary sources of ochratoxin A and citrinin.
One popular brand was also discovered to contain citrinin, a potential kidney toxin, according to the report.