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Publications related to exposure to Ochratoxin



Baudrimont I, Betbeder AM, Gharbi A, Pfohl-Leszkowicz A, Dirheimer G, Creppy EE, “Effect of superoxide dismutase and catalase on the nephrotoxicity induced by subchronical administration of ochratoxin A in rats,” Toxicology 1994 Apr 18;89(2):101-11

Belmadani A, Steyn PS, Tramu G, Betbeder AM, Baudrimont I, Creppy EE.  Selective toxicity of ochratoxin A in primary cultures from different brain regions.”  Arch Toxicol 1999 Mar;73(2):108-14

Burge, H.A. and Ammann, H.A.,  “Fungal Toxins and –(13)-D-Glucans.  Bioaerosols:  Assessment and Control.”  1999 Edited by J. Macher, H.A. Ammann, H.A. Burge, D. K. Milton, and P.R. Morey (American Conference of Governmental Industrial Hygenists, Cincinnati, Ohio), pp. 24-1 24-13.

Chernozemsky, I.N., Stoyanov, I.S., Pet KoyaBocharova, T.K., Nocolov, l.G., Draganov, l.V., Stoichev, I.l., Tanchev, Y., Naidenoc. D., and Kaicheva, N.D. “Geographic correlation between the occurrence of endemic nephropathy and urinary tract tumours in Vratza district, Bulgaria.” 1977 Int. J. Cancer 19: 1-11.

Gekle M, Schwerdt G, Freudinger R, Mildenberger S, Wilflingseder D, Pollack V, Dander M, Schramek H.  Ochratoxin A induces JNK activation and apoptosis in MDCK-C7 cells at nanomolar concentrations.”  J Pharmacol Exp Ther 2000 Jun;293(3):837-44

Gekle, M., G. Schwerdt, R. Freudinger, S. Mildenberger, D. Wilfingseder, V. Pollack, M. Dander and H. Schramek. “Ochratoxin A induces JNK activation and apoptosis in MDCK-C7 cells at nanomolar concentrations.” J. Pharmacol. Exp. Ther. 293, 837-844, 2000

Gupta M, Bandopadhyay S, Paul B, Majumder SK.  Hematological changes produced in mice by ochratoxin A.  Toxicology 1979 Sep;14(1):95-8

Huff, W. E., C. F. Chang, M. F. Warren, and P. B. Hamilton. “Ochratoxin A-induced iron deficiency anemia.” Appl. Microbiol. 37:601-604. 1979.

Jacobsen, B.J., Bowen, K.L., Shelby, R.A. Dicner, U.L., Kemppainen, B.W., and Floyd, J.  1993.  “Mycotoxins and Mycotoxicoses.”  Circular ANR-767 (Alabama Cooperative Extension Service), 16pp.

Krogh P. “Mycotoxic porcine nephropathy:  a possible model for Balkan endemic nephropathy.”  In:  Puchlev E, editor.  Proceedings of the 2nd International Symposium on Endemic Nephropathy; 9-11 Nov 1972; Sophia, Bulgaria.  Sophia:  Publishing House of the Bulgarian Academy of Sciences;  1974. p 266-70.

Muller G, Kielstein P, Rosner H, Berndt A, Heller M, Kohler H. “Studies of the influence of ochratoxin A on immune and defence reactions in weaners,” Mycoses 1999;42(7-8):495-505

Peraica M, Domijan AM. “Contamination of food with mycotoxins and human health.”  Arh Hig Rada Toksikol 2001 Mar;52(1):23-35

Schwerdt, G., R. Freudinger, C. Schuster, S. Silbernagl and M. Gekle. “Apoptosis in cultured renal epithelial cells caused by ochratoxin A.” Mycotoxin Research 16A, 154-157, 2000 (Proceedings 22nd Mycotoxin-Workshop Bonn 2000)

Schwerdt, G., R. Freudinger, S. Mildenberger, S. Silbernagl and Gekle, M. “The nephrotoxin ochratoxin A induces apoptosis in human proximal tubule cells.” Cell Biol. Toxicol. 15, 405-415, 1999

Verma RJ, Mathew S., “Alterations in total and differential counts of WBC during ochratoxicosis in rabbits,” Indian J Exp Biol 1998 Apr;36(4):424-5

Zanic-Grubisic T, Zrinski R, Cepelak I, Petrik J, Radic B, Pepeljnjak S., “Studies of ochratoxin A-induced inhibition of phenylalanine hydroxylase and its reversal by phenylalanine,” Toxicol Appl Pharmacol 2000 Sep 1;167(2):132-9