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- Bondy, Genevieve S., et al. Show all 12 Authors
- Mycotoxin research 2018 v.34 no.4 pp. 241-255
- Penicillium; adolescents; adults; adverse effects; body weight; breeding; children; crops; diet; females; fetotoxicity; infants; juveniles; kidneys; lactation; males; nephrotoxicity; ochratoxin A; pregnancy; rats; screening; small cereal grains; teratogenicity; toddlers; weanlings
- ... The presence of the mycotoxin ochratoxin A (OTA) in cereal grains is due to the growth of toxigenic Penicillium mold on stored crops. Human exposure to OTA is higher in infants, toddlers, and children than in adolescents and adults, based on exposure assessments of ng OTA consumed/kg body weight/day. Ochratoxin A is nephrotoxic and teratogenic in animals, but its effects on juveniles exposed durin ...
- Bondy, G., et al. Show all 14 Authors
- World mycotoxin journal 2014 v.7 no.1 pp. 63-82
- North American Free Trade Agreement; animal production; animals; crop yield; crops; developing countries; elevators; exports; farming systems; financial economics; food contamination; fungi; genomics; grain quality; industry; markets; mycotoxins; nutritive value; plant genetics; risk; scientists; supply chain; toxicology; Canada; United States
- ... This paper summarises workshop discussions at the 5ᵗʰ international MYCORED meeting in Ottawa, Canada (June 2012) with over 200 participants representing academics, government and industry scientists, government officials and farming organisations (present in roughly equal proportions) from 27 countries. Workshops centred on how mycotoxins in food and feed affect value chains and trade in the regi ...