mycotoxicosis


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mycotoxicosis

[‚mī·kō‚täk·sə′kō·səs]
(medicine)
Any of a group of diseases caused by accidental or recreational ingestion of toxic fungal metabolites, such as mushroom poisoning.
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The effect of experimental, long-term exposure to low-dose zearalenone mycotoxicosis on the histological condition of ovaries in sexually immature gilts.
Pathology of citrinin mycotoxicosis in broiler chicken.
These two fungi are included in my panel of nine fungi (molds), which I routinely use in the laboratory evaluation of all my patients with chronic mold allergy and systemic mycotoxicosis.
Effects of a hydrated sodium Calcium Aluminosilicate (T-bind) on Mycotoxicosis in young broiler chickens.
Clinico pathological studies of experimentally induced mycotoxicosis in broiler chickens.
In the last few years, most studies related to the alleviation of mycotoxicosis by the use of adsorbents are focused on aluminosilicates (mainly zeolites, hydrated sodium calcium aluminosilicates (HSCAS), and aluminosilicate-containing clays), and esterified glucomannan (EGM) derived from cell wall of Saccharomyces cerevisiae1026.
Increased Incidence of Mycotoxicosis due to Inclement Weather 7-6
Mycotoxicosis is difficult to diagnose, because few signs of poisoning is produced.