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Aflatoxins, fumonisins, and trichothecenes: a convergence of knowledge

Sublethal concentrations of azoles induce tri transcript levels and trichothecene production in Fusarium graminearum

Fusarium response to oxidative stress by H2O2 is trichothecene chemotype-dependent

Phytotoxic effects of trichothecenes on the growth and morphology of Arabidopsis thaliana

Ribotoxic Stress Response to the Trichothecene Deoxynivalenol in the Macrophage Involves the Src Family Kinase Hck

Modulation of Murine Host Response to Enteric Reovirus Infection by the Trichothecene Deoxynivalenol

Induction of Competing Apoptotic and Survival Signaling Pathways in the Macrophage by the Ribotoxic Trichothecene Deoxynivalenol

Peptide YY3–36 and 5-Hydroxytryptamine Mediate Emesis Induction by Trichothecene Deoxynivalenol (Vomitoxin)

Lipopolysaccharide and the Trichothecene Vomitoxin (Deoxynivalenol) Synergistically Induce Apoptosis in Murine Lymphoid Organs

Induction of Suppressors of Cytokine Signaling by the Trichothecene Deoxynivalenol in the Mouse

Screening of putative oxygenase genes in the Fusarium graminearum genome sequence database for their role in trichothecene biosynthesis

Spiroethers of German chamomile inhibit production of aflatoxin G1 and trichothecene mycotoxin by inhibiting cytochrome P450 monooxygenases involved in their biosynthesis

Effects of different carbon sources on trichothecene production and Tri gene expression by Fusarium graminearum in liquid culture

Genetically engineered Fusarium as a tool to evaluate the effects of environmental factors on initiation of trichothecene biosynthesis

Effects of carbon sources and amines on induction of trichothecene production by Fusarium asiaticum in liquid culture

Integrated Transcriptional and Proteomic Analysis of Growth Hormone Suppression Mediated by Trichothecene T-2 Toxin in Rat GH3 Cells

 

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Mycotoxins (T-2 toxin, HT-2 toxin, diacetoxyscirpenol, deoxynivalenol) produced by various species of fungi that can occur as contaminants in foodstuffs. They are toxic for granulocytic and erythroblastic progenitor cells.

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