Cytotoxicity and mycotoxin production of shellfish‐derived Penicillium spp., a risk for shellfish consumers

@article{Geiger2013CytotoxicityAM,
  title={Cytotoxicity and mycotoxin production of shellfish‐derived Penicillium spp., a risk for shellfish consumers},
  author={Marie Geiger and Yann Guitton and Marieke Vansteelandt and Isabelle Kerzaon and {\'E}lodie Blanchet and Thibaut Robiou du Pont and Jens Christian Frisvad and Philipp Hess and Y F Pouchus and Olivier Grovel},
  journal={Letters in Applied Microbiology},
  year={2013},
  volume={57}
}
In order to assess the putative toxigenic risk associated with the presence of fungal strains in shellfish‐farming areas, Penicillium strains were isolated from bivalve molluscs and from the surrounding environment, and the influence of the sample origin on the cytotoxicity of the extracts was evaluated. Extracts obtained from shellfish‐derived Penicillia exhibited higher cytotoxicity than the others. Ten of these strains were grown on various media including a medium based on mussel extract… 
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