In vivo formation of N-acyl-fumonisin B1

@inproceedings{Harrer2014InVF,
  title={In vivo formation of N-acyl-fumonisin B1},
  author={Henning Harrer and Hans Ulrich Humpf and Kenneth Voss},
  booktitle={Mycotoxin Research},
  year={2014}
}
Fumonisins are fungal toxins found in corn and in corn-based foods. Fumonisin B1 (FB1) is the most common and is toxic to animals, causes cancer in rodents, and is a suspected risk factor for cancer and birth defects in humans. The hydrolyzed form of FB1 (HFB1) also occurs in foods and is metabolized by rats to compounds collectively known as N-acyl-HFB1 (also known as N-acyl-AP1). N-acyl-HFB1 is structurally similar to ceramides, metabolites which have important structural and signaling… CONTINUE READING

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