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Most Pseudomonas infections were both invasive and toxinogenic
. The Pseudomonas infection may be seen as composed of three stages: bacterial attachment and colonization, local invasion and disseminated systemic disease.
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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.
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Fecal samples from humans and from animal wards were cultured for the presence of toxinogenic