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Method for measuring antioxidant activity and its application to monitoring the antioxidant capacity of wines.
- V. Fogliano, V. Verde, G. Randazzo, A. Ritieni
- Chemistry, MedicineJournal of agricultural and food chemistry
- 26 February 1999
The results obtained by the DMPD method are very similar to those obtained on the same samples when the radical cation of 2, 2'-azinobis(3-ethylbenzothiazoline-6-sulfonic acid) (ABTS) (Miller et al., 1996) was used.
Occurrence of fusaproliferin, fumonisin B1, and beauvericin in maize from Italy
The occurrence of FP as a natural maize contaminant and its co-occurrence with FB1 and BEA is reported here for the first time.
Natural occurrence of beauvericin in preharvest Fusarium subglutinans infected corn ears in Poland
The natural occurrence of BEA in corn is reported here for the first time and proved to be toxic in Artemia salina bioassay.
Fusaproliferin production by Fusarium subglutinans and its toxicity to Artemia salina, SF-9 insect cells, and IARC/LCL 171 human B lymphocytes
Experiments performed will cells exposed at seeding suggested a possible cytostatic effect at subtoxic concentrations in F. subglutinans strains examined for their ability to synthesize fusaproliferin, a novel toxic sesterterpene recently isolated from F. proliferatum.
Beauvericin production by Fusarium subglutinans from different geographical areas
Teratogenic Effects of Fusaproliferin on Chicken Embryos
Toxicity assays on Artemia salina L. brine shrimp larvae using FP and its derivatives showed that toxic activity of the metabolite increased after acetylation of the two hydroxyl groups and was reduced when the naturally occurring acetyl group was removed.
Isolation and characterization of fusaproliferin, a new toxic metabolite from Fusarium proliferatum.
A new toxic sesterterpene, named fusaproliferin, was purified from corn kernel cultures of a strain of Fusarium proliferatum isolated from corn ear rot in northern Italy, and it is the first sester terpene isolated from a FUSarium species.
Identification of a β-lactoglobulin lactosylation site
1H and 13c nmr analysis of lycorine and α-dihydrolycorine
Beauvericin and fumonisin B1 in preharvest Fusarium moniliforme maize ear rot in Sardinia.
- A. Bottalico, A. Logrieco, A. Ritieni, A. Moretti, G. Randazzo, P. Corda
- Biology, MedicineFood additives and contaminants
- 1 July 1995
Six selected samples of preharvest maize ear rot, from different localities in Sardinia, Italy, were examined for causal Fusarium species and associated mycotoxins and the first indication of the production of beauvericin by F. moniliforme is shown.