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Published: 24 December 2013
by MDPI
Toxins, Volume 6, pp 66-80; https://doi.org/10.3390/toxins6010066

Abstract:
It has recently been demonstrated that patients who develop chronic illness after prior exposure to water damaged buildings (WDB) and mold have the presence of mycotoxins, which can be detected in the urine. We hypothesized that the mold may be harbored internally and continue to release and/or produce mycotoxins which contribute to ongoing chronic illness. The sinuses are the most likely candidate as a site for the internal mold and mycotoxin production. In this paper, we review the literature supporting this concept.
P J Cotty, T E Cleveland, R L Brown, J E Mellon
Published: 1 December 1990
Applied and Environmental Microbiology, Volume 56, pp 3885-3887

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Pectinase production by Aspergillus flavus was determined by measuring clear zones formed around colonies stained with ruthenium red. Several isolates produced red zones instead of clear zones. Red zones were reproduced with pectinesterase and correlated with absence of specific polygalacturonases. Of 87 isolates tested, 15 produced red zones.
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