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Tetrodotoxin (TTX) is a neurotoxin found in puffer fish and other marine animals. This toxin is predominantly isolated from the skin, viscera, ovaries, and liver of the puffer fish. The toxin is produced by various species of bacteria, and TTX-bearing animals may have absorbed and accumulated it...
Various pesticides are considered hazardous to human health. Of particular concern are potential problems of neurotoxicity associated with their use. Cellular toxicity may manifest as a variety of biological events, such as carcinogenesis (mutagenesis) and/or cell death. Recent reports indicate...
Dried fruits are susceptible products for mold contamination and growth, and consequent mycotoxin production. Numerous studies revealed high incidences or high levels of contamination of these products with mycotoxins. Once the product is contaminated, decontamination procedures are inevitable....
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