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Secalonic acid D (SAD) was isolated as the major secondary metabolite of the marine lichenderived fungusGliocladium sp. T31. Its… Expand Secalonic acid D (SAD), a teratogenic mycotoxin, induces cleft palate (CP) in the offspring of exposed mice by inhibiting palatal… Expand Practical methods to degrade mycotoxins using ozone gas (O3) have been limited due to low O3 production capabilities of… Expand Secalonic acid D (SAD) is a teratogenic mycotoxin that causes cleft palate in the offspring of treated pregnant mice. To… Expand The mycotoxin secalonic acid D was detected for the first time as a natural contaminant of corn dust obtained from grain storage… Expand Teratogenic effects of secalonic acid D (SAD), a toxic fungal metabolite, produced by P. oxalicum has been studied in rats… Expand Teratogenicity and fetotoxicity of secalonic acid D, a toxic fungal metabolite produced by Penicillium oxalicum, were… Expand Secalonic acid D is an acutely toxic and teratogenic mycotoxin, produced by Penicillium oxalicum in corn. Two rodent mutagenicity… Expand Toxicity of secalonic acid D was examined by using lethality, growth retardation, and histopathology as indexes. The ip LD50… Expand Secalonic acid D is the main toxic metabolite of several strains of Penicillium oxalicum. Studies are described which have led to… Expand