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Mycotoxins

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Atlas of Pathology

Veterinaria Digital - 19/01/2021

Defoliation of the intestinal mucosa

Defoliation of the intestinal mucosa: Trichothecenes are mycotoxins that cause necrosis in the digestive mucosa, especially in the intestine. Defoliation begins in the duodenum and affects the entire intestine. A detachment of the epithelium is observed...


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Atlas of Pathology

Veterinaria Digital - 27/07/2020

Gizzard lesions by trichothecenes

Gizzard lesions by trichothecenes: Trichothecenes are mycotoxins that cause necrosis in contact with tissues. They belong to the sesquiterpene group and are produced by fungi of the Fusarium genus. The picture shows necrosis of the gizzard corneal layer,...


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Technonews

Veterinaria Digital - 24/09/2019

Nutrient adsorption by Silicoglycidol

Mycotoxins are metabolites secreted by fungi, as part of their reproductive strategy, capable of causing alterations on animals when they are present in feed. There is a large variety of mycotoxins, produced by different fungi species and responsible for...


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Veterinaria Digital - 29/10/2018

Trichothecenes in proventriculus

Birds' proventriculus is the true stomach where digestive acids are secreted. Its mucosa is resistant to chemical abrasions and the usual pH of its surface is 2. Despite this, contact with trichothecens of feed causes chemical burns.


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Veterinaria Digital - 22/10/2018

Necrosis by trichothecenes

Trichotheces belong to the sesquiterpenes mycototoxin group. They cause burns of a different severity when are in contact with mucosae...


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Veterinaria Digital - 8/10/2018

Fusariotoxicosis in the crop

Some fusariotoxins, such as T2, are caustic in contact with tissues and produce hyperemia, haemorrhages, erosions and ulcers, among other lesions, along the gastrointestinal tract.


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