Fungal Toxins: Economic; Health and Techno-Commercial Implications (Technical Insights)

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Fungal Toxins: Economic; Health and Techno-Commercial Implications (Technical Insights), IntroductionScopeThe ProblemDetection and AnalysisAmeliorationEconomic and Commercial AspectsSummarySummaryFungal Toxins: Economic; Health and Techno-Commercial Implications (Technical Insights), Mycotoxins: Occurrence; Types and ToxicityMycotoxins and MycotoxicosesMycotoxins and MycotoxicosesAcute Primary MycotoxicosisChronic Primary MycotoxicosisSecondary Mycotoxin DiseasesThe Fusarium MycotoxinsThe Penicillium MycotoxinsThe Aspergillus MycotoxinsMiscellaneous MycotoxinsOccurrence of Mycotoxins in Crops And in StorageOccurrence of Mycotoxins in Crops And in StorageMycotoxin Formation in Growing CropsMycotoxin Formation in StorageExtent of Mycotoxins in Imported Raw Materials and in Foods from Non-EU CountriesExtent of Mycotoxins in Imported Raw Materials and in Foods from Non-EU CountriesFigs and Fig PastesPistachio NutsPeanut ButterConsumption of Foodstuffs Within the EU Related to Risk from Mycotoxin ContaminationConsumption of Foodstuffs Within the EU Related to Risk from Mycotoxin ContaminationOccurrence of Mycotoxins in Animal FeedsOccurrence of Mycotoxins in Animal FeedsAdditional; More Detailed InformationAdditional; More Detailed InformationGenetic Factors Physiological Factors Environmental FactorsGenetic Factors Physiological Factors Environmental FactorsFungal Toxins: Economic; Health and Techno-Commercial Implications (Technical Insights), Behavior and Fate of Mycotoxins—The Role of Processing and Ecological AspectsBehavior of Mycotoxins Under Different Environmental ConditionsBehavior of Mycotoxins Under Different Environmental ConditionsEffects of Food Processing on the Redistribution and Chemical Modification of MycotoxinsIntroductionWheatMaizeBarleyRyeSugar beetMycotoxin Formation in Processed or Manufactured Foods; Effect of Home Storage; Preparation and Cooking of Foods on MycotoxinsMycotoxin Formation in Processed or Manufactured Foods; Effect of Home Storage; Preparation and Cooking of Foods on MycotoxinsFungal Toxins: Economic; Health and Techno-Commercial Implications (Technical Insights), Medical Effects of Mainly Food-Borne Mycotoxins on Humans and AnimalsNutritional Aspects and Health Consequences of Mycotoxin IngestionNutritional Aspects and Health Consequences of Mycotoxin IngestionSpecific Biological Responses of Mycotoxins to HumansThe Aspergillus Toxins—Pathology and EpidemiologyThe Penicillium Toxins—Pathology and EpidemiologyThe Fusarium Toxins—Pathology and EpidemiologyOther Mycotoxins—Pathology and EpidemiologyEffect of Mycotoxins on the Immune Systems of Animals and HumansEffect of Mycotoxins on the Immune Systems of Animals and HumansAflatoxinsGliotoxin; Sporidesmin and PatulinExposure to Airborne MycotoxinsExposure to Airborne MycotoxinsEpidemiological Relationships with Infections in HumansEpidemiological Relationships with Infections in HumansAdditional; More Detailed InformationOverviewThe AflatoxinsThe OchratoxinsAnimal Health-Related ImplicationsFungal Toxins: Economic; Health and Techno-Commercial Implications (Technical Insights), Airborne Fungi and Mycotoxins—Potential MycotoxicosisOverviewOverviewStachybotrys Chartarum (Atra)—An ExampleStachybotrys Chartarum (Atra)—An ExampleMycotoxins and Mycotoxicosis Via Airborne Fungi—A GeneralExamples of EvidenceAirborne Mycotoxins—A ResuméMoulds and Indoor Air Quality (IAQ)—Further StudiesChemical Constituents of MoldsInhalation of Mycotoxins and Volatile Organic CompoundsHealth Effects Associated with MoldsFungal Toxins: Economic; Health and Techno-Commercial Implications (Technical Insights), The Benefits of Certain MycotoxinsPotential Uses of Mycotoxins in Medical and Agricultural/Horticultural ApplicationsMedical ApplicationsAnimal Husbandry ApplicationsPotential Application as InsecticidePotential Application as HerbicidePotential Application of Nonmycotoxigenic Competitive Strains for Inhibiting Mycotoxin Contamination of CropsMycotoxins in Fungal-Derived ProductsMold-Fermented FoodsMold FermentationsFungal Toxins: Economic; Health and Techno-Commercial Implications (Technical Insights), Broad Economic ImplicationsOverviewOverviewEconomic LossesEconomic LossesFungal Toxins: Economic; Health and Techno-Commercial Implications (Technical Insights), Detection; Prevention and DetoxificationGeneral Methods of Sampling; Extraction and DetectionOverviewSamplingExtraction and CleanupDetection and QuantificationPrevention and Control of MycotoxinsIntroductionPreharvest TreatmentsPostharvest TreatmentsDetoxificationFungal Toxins: Economic; Health and Techno-Commercial Implications (Technical Insights), Analytical MethodologiesIntroductionIntroductionSamplingSamplingAnalytical MethodologiesGeneral InformationImmunoassay MethodologyLaboratory Safety Considerations in the Handling of MycotoxinsLaboratory Safety Considerations in the Handling of MycotoxinsGeneral ConsiderationsHandling of Mold CulturesHandling of Moldy CommoditiesAnalysis of Test SamplesPreparing and Feeding Contaminated Diets to AnimalsDecontamination of the LaboratoryRecent HighlightsReference MaterialsApplications AflatoxinsCyclopiazonic AcidErgot AlkaloidsOchratoxinsTrichothecenesZearalenoneFumonisinsAflatoxin M1Increased Cytotoxicity of Mycotoxins Toward Human Cell LinesFungal Toxins: Economic; Health and Techno-Commercial Implications (Technical Insights), REGULATION LEVELS AND LEGISLATION IN FOOD AND FEEDSOverviewOverviewIntroductionIntroductionFactors Influencing the Setting of Mycotoxin RegulationsFactors Influencing the Setting of Mycotoxin RegulationsCurrent Mycotoxin Regulations and DevelopmentsCurrent Mycotoxin Regulations and DevelopmentsDiscussion and RecommendationsDiscussion and RecommendationsThe Global PerspectiveOverviewLevels for AflatoxinsLevels for Other MycotoxinsOverall European RegulationsWorldwide ConsiderationsRegulations of Mycotoxin Levels in Food and FeedIntroductionAflatoxin M1—A Special CaseMycotoxin Regulations and Analytical ReliabilityMycotoxin Regulations and Analytical ReliabilitySummarySummaryFungal Toxins: Economic; Health and Techno-Commercial Implications (Technical Insights), Overall Health-Related Aspects of the Genus Aspergillus of Particular Importance to North AmericaIntroductionIntroductionAspergillosisClinical ConditionsMycotoxicosisOverviewAflatoxins Other Mycotoxins Mycotoxicosis and Animal HealthEpidemiology; Host Susceptibility And High-Risk GroupsCompromised Host Drug TreatmentHospital Infection ComplicationsDietary and Geographic FactorsOccupational DiseaseIndoor EnvironmentOther Medical AspectsSick-Building SyndromeConclusionsConclusionsFungal Toxins: Economic; Health and Techno-Commercial Implications (Technical Insights), Commercial Status and Future Techno-Commercial ProspectsIntroductionIntroductionThe Companies and Their ProductsRomer Laboratories Inc. (Union MO)Charm Sciences Inc. (Lawrence MA)Diffchamb AB (Stockholm Sweden)IDDEX Laboratories Inc. (Westbrook ME)Neogen Corporation (Lansing MI)VICAM LP (Watertown MA)R-Biopharm GmbH (Darmstadt Germany)Editek/Diagnostix (Toronto Canada)Other Main PlayersSummarySummaryFungal Toxins: Economic; Health and Techno-Commercial Implications (Technical Insights), A Brief Synopsis of the Key Practical and Disease Issues InvolvedMycotoxin Hazards In The FieldOverviewNew Technology for Field Use (as Particularly Applied to the Aflatoxins)Testing PrioritiesControlling Economic RisksFrom Aflatoxins To Fumonisins And BeyondOverviewOchratoxin in Red Wine—A Finnish ContributionAnalytical Advances and Detection MethodologiesThe AflatoxinsThe Fumonisins (Notably Fumonisin B1)SummarySummaryFungal Toxins: Economic; Health and Techno-Commercial Implications (Technical Insights), Recommendations for the FutureRecommendations for the FutureRecommendations for the FutureFungal Toxins: Economic; Health and Techno-Commercial Implications (Technical Insights), Contact InformationSymbolsSymbolsAcknowledgmentsAcknowledgmentsResourcesResourcesAdditional ReadingAdditional ReadingBooksBooksJournalsJournals




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