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Mycotoxin-producing potential of fungi isolated from red kidney beans.

The predominant fungi present in samples of reject and retail red kidney beans were Aspergillus glaucus, Penicillium spp. and Alternaria spp. Together with A. ochraceus, A. flavus, Fusarium spp., and Trichoderma, these isolates from the reject beans were screened for numerous mycotoxins by TLC. The most consistently produced mycotoxins were penicillic acid (from A. ochraceus and Penicillium spp.) and Alternaria toxins (tenuazonic acid and alternariol). A. glaucus strains were tested for cytotoxicity in three tissue culture cell lines with positive results.[1]

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  1. Mycotoxin-producing potential of fungi isolated from red kidney beans. Sanchis, V., Scott, P.M., Farber, J.M. Mycopathologia (1988) [Pubmed]
 
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