Citrinin

Zeitschrift für Ernährungswissenschaft
H K Frank

Abstract

Citrinin, a nephrotoxic mycotoxin, has been of growing importance also for the "International Agency for Research on Cancer", ever since its presumable role in the occurrence of Balcan endemic nephropathy (BEN) was discussed at the congress on "Mycotoxins, Endemic Nepthropathy and Urinary Tract Tumours" held in Lyon in June 1991 (12). In late 1991, citrinin was therefore also included in the list of toxins to be examined by the screening subcommittees on natural toxins of the International Live Science Institute, European Branch.

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