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Fungal Toxins in Veterinary Medicine

The following sources are recommended by a professor whose research specialty is fungal toxins in animals and animal feed.


Six Superlative Sources

· Plumlee, K.H., ed. (2004) "Mycotoxins" (Chapter 23, pp. 231-81). In: Clinical Veterinary Toxicology, Mosby.

· Beasley, V.R., Dorman, D.C., Fikes, J.D., Diana, S.G., and Woshner, V. (1997) "Aflatoxin" (pp. 563-70), "Ochratoxin" (pp. 470-75), "T-2 Toxin" (pp. 734-37), "Zearalenone" (pp. 500-4). In: A Systems Affected Approach to Veterinary Toxicology, University of Illinois.

· Richard, J.L., and Payne, G.A. (2003) Mycotoxins: Risks in Plant, Animal, and Human Systems. Council for Agricultural Science and Technology (CAST).

· Carlson, M.P., and Ensley, S.M. (2003) Understanding Fungal (Mold) and Toxins (Mycotoxins). University of Nebraska, Lincoln.

· Oswald, I.P., Marin, D.E., Bouhet, S., Pinton, P., Taranu, I., and Accensi, F. (2005) "Immunotoxicological Risk of Mycotoxins for Domestic Animals." Food Additives and Contaminants 22 (4): 354-60.

· Bingham, A.K., Phillips, T.D., and Bauer, J.E. (2003) "Potential for Dietary Protection against the Effects of Aflatoxins in Animals." Journal of the American Veterinary Medical Association 222 (5): 591-96.

Other Excellent Sources

· Puschner, B. (2002) "Mycotoxins." Veterinary Clinics of North America: Small Animal Practice 17 (3): 547-66.

· Osweiler, G.D. (2000) "Mycotoxins: Contemporary Issues of Food Animal Health and Productivity. Veterinary Clinics of North America: Small Animal Practice 16 (3): 511-30.

· Haschek, W.M., Gumprecht, L.A., Smith, G., Tumbleson, M.E., and Constable, P.D. (2001) "Fumonisin Toxicosis in Swine: An Overview of Porcine Pulmonary Edema and Current Perspectives." Environmental Health Perspectives 109 Supplement 2: 251-57.

· Hussein, H.S., and Brasel, J.M. (2001) "Toxicity, Metabolism, and Impact of Mycotoxins on Humans and Animals." Toxicology 167 (2): 101-34.

· Osweiler, G.D. (2001) Mycotoxins. Veterinary Clinics of North America: Equine Practice 17 (3): 547-66.

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