Disruption of sphingolipid metabolism and stimulation of DNA synthesis by fumonisin B1. A molecular mechanism for carcinogenesis associated with Fusarium moniliforme.

Abstract

Consumption of grains contaminated with Fusarium moniliforme (Sheldon) causes liver cancer in rats and has been correlated with esophageal cancer in humans. The causative agents are believed to be a family of compounds known as fumonisins, which bear remarkable structural resemblances to sphingosine and sphinganine, the long-chain (sphingoid) base backbones… (More)

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