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FUNGAL CONTAMINATION AS A MAJOR CONTRIBUTOR TABLE III Continued Hortaea Phaeoan-nellomyces or Exophiala werneckii Loboa loboi Pseudallescheria Allescheria or Petriellidium , boydii Recticulorendothelial system is invaded bone and kidney and other organs, including the skin, may be involved Thick stratum corneum, palms, and feet Keratinized layers of body skin, hair, nails Subclinical infection in lung, mucous membranes, and skin are involved

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Fungi-Implicated Occupational Hypersensitivity Diseases of the Lung allergen by Horner et al. 1988 . Extrinsic allergic alveolitis caused by spores of Pleurotus ostreatus was reported by Cox et al. 1988 . In general, the adverse effects of fungal exposure by inhalation are related to duration and intensity. Many studies have shown that atypical mold spore levels in the indoor environment increase because of recurrent water leaks, home dampness, and high humidity, resulting in increases of...

Cladosporium Herbarum Nasal Problems Mexico

Chapman 1986 Ibanez et al. 1988 Latge and Paris 1991 Santilli et al. 1990 Shen et al. 1990 Smith 1990 Van Bronswijk et al. 1986 . Chapman 1986 Ibanez et al. 1988 Latge and Paris 1991 Santilli et al. 1990 Shen et al. 1990 Smith 1990 Van Bronswijk et al. 1986 . September 20 but also during the time of year Alternaria spore counts are high July through October Reed, 1985 . Cladosporium herbarum has been shown to be a potential cause of allergic asthma and rhinitis Malling, 1990 . In a recent...

Fungal Contamination As A Major Contributor Table Iv

Aspergillus flavus Aspergillus fumigatus ochrrachceus Aspergillus parasiticus Aspergillus versicolar Aspergillus ustus Chaetomium globosum nidulans Fusarium culmorum Fusarium graminearum Fusarium verticillioides F. moniliforme Stachybotrys chartarum syn S. atra . Tenuazonic acid, alternatiol, alternatiol mononethyl ether, Gliotoxin, verrucologen, fumitremorgceusins, fumitoxins, tryptoquivalins Naphthopyrone, malformins, nigragillin, orlandin Ochratoxin A a carcinogenic kidney toxin...

Penicillium Chrysogenum On

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ADVANCES IN APPLIED MICROBIOLOGY, VOLUME 55 Copyright 2004, Elsevier Inc. truly amazing is that this course of action is not too different from what we do today, over 33 centuries later. The building material used at that time was straw bricks, that is, cellulose-based stones and plaster. What of course is different today is that we now know what microorganisms cause these problems and we know, or at least strongly suspect, what products these fungi produce that can cause health problems in...