Mycotoxic nephropathy

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Mycotoxic nephropathy is a renal disorder caused by ingestion of secondary fungal metabolites (mycotoxins), possessing nephrotoxic properties. Ochratoxin A is a major disease determinant, but other determinants exist, predominatly fromPenicillium species. The disease is characterized morphologically by degenerative changes of the renal tubules and… (More)
DOI: 10.1007/BF02267633

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