Carcinogenic myco-toxins and Epidemiology

Mycotoxins are not only hard to define, they are also challenging to classify. Due to their diverse chemical structures and biosynthetic origins, their myriad biological effects, and their production by a wide number of different fungal species, classification schemes tend to reflect the training of the person doing the categorizing. Clinicians often arrange them by the organ they affect. Thus, mycotoxins can be classified as hepatotoxins, nephrotoxins, neurotoxins, immunotoxins, and so forth. Cell biologists put them into generic groups such as teratogens, mutagens, carcinogens, and allergens. 

Organic chemists have attempted to classify them by their chemical structures (e.g., lactones, coumarins); biochemists according to their biosynthetic origins (polyketides, amino acid-derived, etc.); physicians by the illnesses they cause (e.g., stachybotryotoxicosis), and mycologists by the fungi that produce them (e.g., Aspergillus toxins, Penicillium toxins) . Mycotoxins are produced by certain plant or foodstuff moulds under growing, transport or storage conditions. They are toxic for humans and animals, some are carcinogenic . chronic toxicity is characterized by low-dose exposure over a long time period, resulting in cancers and other generally irreversible effects 

  • Procarcinogenic Mycotoxins
  • Procarcinogenic Mycotoxins
  • Management of diseases caused
  • Pathogenicity of mold producing mycotoxins
  • Mutagenesis.
  • Dietary Carcinogens and Anticarcinogens.

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