[Amatoxins and mushroom poisoning].

@article{Faulstich1979AmatoxinsAM,
  title={[Amatoxins and mushroom poisoning].},
  author={Heinz Faulstich},
  journal={Die Naturwissenschaften},
  year={1979},
  volume={66 8},
  pages={410-2}
}
Amatoxins are the sole cause of human Amanita poisoning, inhibition of transcription eventually leading to cell necrosis. The toxins are easily excreted into the bile fluid, a fact which postulates the interruption of the enterohepatic circulation. All therapeutic means should be applied in order to decrease the serum concentration of the toxins as soon as possible.