Aflatoxin Literature – Other Disease

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Autism

De Santis B, Raggi ME, Moretti G, Facchiano F, Mezzelani A, Villa L, Bonfanti A, Campioni A, Rossi S, Camposeo S, Soricelli S, Moracci G, Debegnach F, Gregori E, Ciceri F, Milanesi L, Marabotti A, Brera C. Study on the Association among Mycotoxins and other Variables in Children with Autism. Toxins (Basel). 2017 Jun 29;9(7). PMID: 28661468

 

Eyes

Bossou YM, Serssar Y, Allou A, Vitry S, Momas I, Seta N, Menotti J, Achard S. Impact of Mycotoxins Secreted by Aspergillus Molds on the Inflammatory Response of Human Corneal Epithelial Cells. Toxins (Basel). 2017 Jun 22;9(7). PMID: 28640227

Kant S., Srivastava D., Misra R. N.. Toxic effects of aflatoxins on eyes–an experimental clinico-histopathological evaluation. Indian journal of ophthalmology.  1984;32:424–426.

Misra R. N., Srivastava D., Saksena V. C., Kant S.. An experimental clinico-histopathological study of toxic effects of aflatoxins on eyes.  Indian journal of ophthalmology.  1983;31:532–534.

Bones, Skin & Muscles

Gündüz N, Oznurlu Y. Adverse effects of aflatoxin B1 on skeletal muscle development in broiler chickens. Br Poult Sci. 2014;55(5):684-92. PMID: 25088799

Boonen Jente, Malysheva Svetlana V., Taevernier Lien, Diana Di Mavungu José, De Saeger Sarah, De Spiegeleer Bart. Human skin penetration of selected model mycotoxins. Toxicology. 2012;301:21–32.

Tsutsui T., Fujino T., Kodama S., Tainsky M. A., Boyd J., Barrett J. C.. Aflatoxin B1-induced immortalization of cultured skin fibroblasts from a patient with Li-Fraumeni syndrome. Carcinogenesis. 1995;16:25–34.

Walsh A. A., Hsieh D. P., Rice R. H.. Aflatoxin toxicity in cultured human epidermal cells: stimulation by 2,3,7,8-tetrachlorodibenzo-p-dioxin. Carcinogenesis. 1992;13:2029–2033.

Raval P. J., Verma R. J.. Alterations in biochemical composition of skeletal muscle during aflatoxicosis in rabbits. Bulletin of environmental contamination and toxicology. 1992;49:855–860.

Koo E. W., Hayes M. A., Wong M. K., Gotlieb A. I.. Aflatoxin B1 and acetaminophen induce different cytoskeletal responses during prelethal hepatocyte injury. Experimental and molecular pathology. 1987;47:37–47.

Llewellyn G. C., Floyd E. A., Hoke G. D., Weekley L. B., Kimbrough T. D.. Influence of dietary aflatoxin, zinc, and copper on bone size, organ weight, and body weight in hamsters and rats. Bulletin of environmental contamination and toxicology. 1985;35:149–156.

Huff W. E., Doerr J. A., Hamilton P. B., Hamann D. D., Peterson R. E., Ciegler A.. Evaluation of bone strength during aflatoxicosis and ochratoxicosis. Applied and environmental microbiology. 1980;40:102–107.

Lo W. B., Black H. S.. Effects of aflatoxin B 1 on human skin lipids metabolism–a site of action on 1- 14 C-acetate incorporation. Experientia. 1972;28:1278–1279.

Black H. S., Smith J. D., Austin B. J., Rauschkolb E. W.. Effect of aflatoxin B-1 on the in vitro incorporation of 14C-acetate into human skin lipids. Experientia. 1970;26:1292–1293.

Rieth H.. [New evaluation of molds as a cause of various health disturbances of the skin and internal organs. Indication of mycotoxin formation by Aspergillus flavus and other fungi]. Mykosen. 1970;13:277–278.

Wei R. D., Liu G. X., Lee S. S.. Uptake of aflatoxin B1 by the skin of rats. Experientia. 1970;26:82–83.

Joffe A. Z., Ungar H.. Cutaneous lesions produced by topical application of aflatoxin to rabbit skin. The Journal of investigative dermatology. 1969;52:504–507.

Grasso P., Gangolli S. D., Hooson J.. Connective tissue response to a short-term series of subcutaneous injections of sorbic acid or aflatoxin. Physico-chemical factors determining reaction to sorbic acid. British journal of cancer. 1969;23:787–799.

 

Hormones

Aflatoxin and oral contraceptives. Nutrition reviews.  1977;35:110–111.

Patterson D. S., Roberts B. A.. Steroid sex hormones as inhibitors of aflatoxin metabolism in liver homogenates. Experientia.  1972;28:929–930.

Rabin B. R., Sunshine G. H., Williams D. J.. The masking of a membrane bound enzyme catalysing disulphide interchange by polysomes: effects of steroid hormones and aflatoxin B1 on the system. Biochemical Society symposium.  1970;31:203–215.

Williams D. J., Rabin B. R.. The effects of aflatoxin B(1) and steroid hormones on polysome binding to microsomal membranes as measured by the activity of an enzyme catalysing disulphide interchange. FEBS letters.  1969;4:103–107.

Newberne P. M., Williams G.. Inhibition of aflatoxin carcinogenesis by diethylstilbestrol in male rats. Archives of environmental health.  1969;19:489–498.