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Mycotoxins are toxic molecules produced, under certain conditions, by fungi, they are rather ubiquitous and not absolutely specific of this or that species.

The  main sources are:
- Food contamination
- Water Damage
- Air Conditioning systems
MID (Mycotoxin Induced Disease) can concern many organs: respiratory system, digestive system, skin, lymphocytes and immune system, kidney, liver, central nervous system, and can be responsible for certain cancers
MYCOTOXINS
Alfatrem
Altenariol
Altenuic acid
Beauvaricin
Butemolide
Calonectrin
Citreoviridin
Citrinin
Cyclopiazonic acid
Cytochalasin
Destruxin
Enniatin
Fructigenin
Fumagilin
Fusaric acid
Fusarin
Ipomeamine
Islanditoxin
Lateritin
Lycomarasmin
Malformin
Maltoryzine
Moniliformin
Neosolaniol
NT1 toxin.
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NT-2 toxin
Patulin
Penitrem
Rubratoxin
Rubroskyrin
Rubrosulphin
Rugulosin
Sambucynin
Scirpentriol
Slaframine
Trichodermine
Trichodermol
Trichoverrins
Trichoverrols
Tryptoquivalene
Verrucarol
Verruculogen
Viomellein
Viopurpurin
Viricitoxin
Wortmannin
Xanthocillin
Yavanicin
Zearalenone
Agaric ac.
Alertoxin
Phomopsin
This yellow box means that the boxed mycotoxin is "International Food & Agricultural Regulated"
Tenuazonic ac.
Mycotoxins contaminating humans come essentially from water-damaged dwellings and from food . The key "food"culprits are :
All derivatives of corn, wheat, and such, especially bread, but also:
Wine
Cheese
Apples
concentrations of mycotoxins that can be found in food (in ng/Kg)

figs9600
red wine7630
red grape juice5300
cereal grains3000
rose wine2400
white grape juice1300
white wine1200
raisins250
corn224
dried abricot110
barley 90
blackcurrent juice60
dried currents53.6
cherries27
sultanas20
tomatoes1.44
strawberries1.44

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