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Fungal flora and ochratoxin a production in grapes and musts from france.
- L. Sage, S. Krivobok, Emilie Delbos, F. Seigle-Murandi, E. Creppy
- BiologyJournal of Agricultural and Food Chemistry
- 2 February 2002
There is a strong correlation between the presence of ochratoxin-producing strains on grapes and OTA in musts and these findings should be connected with the OTA contamination of human blood in these areas and in France.
Metabolism of Ferulic Acid by Paecilomyces variotii and Pestalotia palmarum
- M. Rahouti, F. Seigle-Murandi, R. Steiman, K. Eriksson
- BiologyApplied and environmental microbiology
- 1 September 1989
The main reactions observed with this fungus involved polymerization reactions, and ferulic acid metabolism was studied in cultures of two micromycetes producing different amounts of phenol oxidases.
Fungal microflora and ochratoxin a risk in French vineyards.
- L. Sage, D. Garon, F. Seigle-Murandi
- Biology, MedicineJournal of Agricultural and Food Chemistry
- 8 September 2004
An exhaustive survey of the fungal microflora of 60 grape samples was carried out at two development stages of the berries, and only A. carbonarius, isolated from the Languedoc region at harvest time, was found to produce ochratoxin A.
Mycoflora of Soil Around the Dead Sea I Ascomycetes (including Aspergillus and Penicillium), Basid
Biodegradation of three substituted phenylurea herbicides (chlortoluron, diuron, and isoproturon) by soil fungi. A comparative study.
Degradation of three phenylurea herbicides (chlortoluron, isoproturon and diuron) by micromycetes isolated from soil.
Comparison of antibacterial and antifungal activities of lapachol and beta-lapachone.
Biodegradation of synthetic organo-metallic complexes of iron and aluminium with selected metal to carbon ratios
Study of the genotoxic potential of 17 mycotoxins with the SOS Chromotest.
- S. Krivobok, P. Olivier, D. Marzin, F. Seigle-Murandi, R. Steiman
- Chemistry, BiologyMutagenesis
- 1 November 1987
Six mycotoxins (AFB1, AFG1, AFB2, aflatoxicol, sterigmatocystin and versicolorin A) were genotoxic on PQ37 strain with and without metabolic activation.