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Toxins, Vol. 14, Pages 816: Biodegradation of Free Gossypol by Helicoverpa armigera Carboxylesterase Expressed in Pichia pastoris
Toxins, Vol. 14, Pages 816: Biodegradation of Free Gossypol by Helicoverpa armigera Carboxylesterase Expressed in Pichia pastoris
Gossypol is a polyphenolic toxic secondary metabolite derived from cotton. Free gossypol in cotton meal is remarkably harm...
Toxins, Vol. 14, Pages 823: Insights from the Structure of an Active Form of Bacillus thuringiensis Cry5B
Toxins, Vol. 14, Pages 823: Insights from the Structure of an Active Form of Bacillus thuringiensis Cry5B
The crystal protein Cry5B, a pore-forming protein produced by the soil bacterium Bacillus thuringiensis, has been demonstr...
Toxins, Vol. 14, Pages 821: A Novel Cost-Effective Nanobody against Fumonisin B1 Contaminations: Efficacy Test in Dairy Milk and Chickens
Toxins, Vol. 14, Pages 821: A Novel Cost-Effective Nanobody against Fumonisin B1 Contaminations: Efficacy Test in Dairy Milk and Chickens
Background: Fumonisin B1 (FB1) is a secondary metabolite produced mainly by Fusarium verticillioides or Fusarium prolifera...
Toxins, Vol. 14, Pages 819: Understanding Current Methods for Sampling of Aflatoxins in Corn and to Generate a Best Practice Framework
Toxins, Vol. 14, Pages 819: Understanding Current Methods for Sampling of Aflatoxins in Corn and to Generate a Best Practice Framework
Aflatoxin contamination in corn is a significant issue, posing substantial health threats to humans and animals. Aflatoxin...
Toxins, Vol. 14, Pages 827: The Potential of Alternaria Toxins Production by A. alternata in Processing Tomatoes
Toxins, Vol. 14, Pages 827: The Potential of Alternaria Toxins Production by A. alternata in Processing Tomatoes
As a filamentous and spoilage fungus, Alternaria spp. can not only infect processing tomatoes, but also produce a variety ...
Toxins, Vol. 14, Pages 826: Current Advances, Research Needs and Gaps in Mycotoxins Biomonitoring under the HBM4EU—Lessons Learned and Future Trends
Toxins, Vol. 14, Pages 826: Current Advances, Research Needs and Gaps in Mycotoxins Biomonitoring under the HBM4EU—Lessons Learned and Future Trends
Mycotoxins are natural metabolites produced by fungi that contaminate food and feed worldwide. They can pose a threat to h...
Toxins, Vol. 14, Pages 824: Natural Occurrence of Alternaria Toxins in Agricultural Products and Processed Foods Marketed in South Korea by LC–MS/MS
Toxins, Vol. 14, Pages 824: Natural Occurrence of Alternaria Toxins in Agricultural Products and Processed Foods Marketed in South Korea by LC–MS/MS
Alternaria mycotoxins including alternariol (AOH), alternariol monomethyl ether (AME), altenuene (ALT), altertoxin-I (ATX-...
Toxins, Vol. 14, Pages 803: Fumonisin B Series Mycotoxins’ Dose Dependent Effects on the Porcine Hepatic and Pulmonary Phospholipidome
Toxins, Vol. 14, Pages 803: Fumonisin B Series Mycotoxins’ Dose Dependent Effects on the Porcine Hepatic and Pulmonary Phospholipidome
Male weaned piglets n = 6/group were fed Fumonisin B1+2+3 (FBs) mycotoxins at 0, 15, or 30 mg/kg diet for 3 weeks to asses...
Toxins, Vol. 14, Pages 813: Measurement of Microcystin Activity in Human Plasma Using Immunocapture and Protein Phosphatase Inhibition Assay
Toxins, Vol. 14, Pages 813: Measurement of Microcystin Activity in Human Plasma Using Immunocapture and Protein Phosphatase Inhibition Assay
Microcystins are toxic chemicals generated by certain freshwater cyanobacteria. These chemicals can accumulate to dangerou...
Toxins, Vol. 14, Pages 812: The Influence of Micronutrient Trace Metals on Microcystis aeruginosa Growth and Toxin Production
Toxins, Vol. 14, Pages 812: The Influence of Micronutrient Trace Metals on Microcystis aeruginosa Growth and Toxin Production
Microcystis aeruginosa is a widespread cyanobacteria capable of producing hepatotoxic microcystins. Understanding the envi...
Toxins, Vol. 14, Pages 811: Function Prediction of Peptide Toxins with Sequence-Based Multi-Tasking PU Learning Method
Toxins, Vol. 14, Pages 811: Function Prediction of Peptide Toxins with Sequence-Based Multi-Tasking PU Learning Method
Peptide toxins generally have extreme pharmacological activities and provide a rich source for the discovery of drug leads...
Toxins, Vol. 14, Pages 818: The Pharmacological Potential of Novel Melittin Variants from the Honeybee and Solitary Bees against Inflammation and Cancer
Toxins, Vol. 14, Pages 818: The Pharmacological Potential of Novel Melittin Variants from the Honeybee and Solitary Bees against Inflammation and Cancer
The venom of honeybees is composed of numerous peptides and proteins and has been used for decades as an anti-inflammatory...
Toxins, Vol. 14, Pages 814: How Botulinum Neurotoxin Light Chain A1 Maintains Stable Association with the Intracellular Neuronal Plasma Membrane
Toxins, Vol. 14, Pages 814: How Botulinum Neurotoxin Light Chain A1 Maintains Stable Association with the Intracellular Neuronal Plasma Membrane
Botulinum neurotoxin serotype A (BoNT/A) is the most potent protein toxin for humans and is utilized as a therapy for nume...
Toxins, Vol. 14, Pages 815: Distinct Metabolic States Are Observed in Hypoglycemia Induced in Mice by Ricin Toxin or by Fasting
Toxins, Vol. 14, Pages 815: Distinct Metabolic States Are Observed in Hypoglycemia Induced in Mice by Ricin Toxin or by Fasting
Hypoglycemia may be induced by a variety of physiologic and pathologic stimuli and can result in life-threatening conseque...
Toxins, Vol. 14, Pages 808: Integrated Transcriptome Analysis Reveals mRNA–miRNA Pathway Crosstalk in Roman Laying Hens’ Immune Organs Induced by AFB1
Toxins, Vol. 14, Pages 808: Integrated Transcriptome Analysis Reveals mRNA–miRNA Pathway Crosstalk in Roman Laying Hens’ Immune Organs Induced by AFB1
Aflatoxin B1 (AFB1) is a widely distributed contaminant in moldy corn, rice, soybean, and oil crops. Many studies have rev...
Toxins, Vol. 14, Pages 807: Lactic Acid Bacteria as Potential Agents for Biocontrol of Aflatoxigenic and Ochratoxigenic Fungi
Toxins, Vol. 14, Pages 807: Lactic Acid Bacteria as Potential Agents for Biocontrol of Aflatoxigenic and Ochratoxigenic Fungi
Aflatoxins (AF) and ochratoxin A (OTA) are fungal metabolites that have carcinogenic, teratogenic, embryotoxic, genotoxic,...
Toxins, Vol. 14, Pages 805: Bilateral Simultaneous Optic Neuritis Following Envenomations by Indian Cobra and Common Krait
Toxins, Vol. 14, Pages 805: Bilateral Simultaneous Optic Neuritis Following Envenomations by Indian Cobra and Common Krait
In India, most snakebite envenomation (SBE) incidents are caused by the “Big Four” snakes which includ...
Toxins, Vol. 14, Pages 799: Proteomic Analysis of the Predatory Venom of Conus striatus Reveals Novel and Population-Specific κA-Conotoxin SIVC
Toxins, Vol. 14, Pages 799: Proteomic Analysis of the Predatory Venom of Conus striatus Reveals Novel and Population-Specific κA-Conotoxin SIVC
Animal venoms are a rich source of pharmacological compounds with ecological and evolutionary significance, as well as wit...