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Nivalenol is a type B trichothecene mycotoxin produced by Fusarium that is commonly found in contaminated foods.1 It can be metabolized to nivalenol-glucoside by the infected host, and this may be hydrolyzed back to the parent compound during digestion in mammals.2 Nivalenol is frequently observed with the mycotoxins deoxynivalenol (Item No. 11428) and fusarenon X (Item No. 11432) in contaminated foods.3
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1. McCormick, S.P., Stanley, A.M., Stover, N.A., et al. Trichothecenes: From simple to complex mycotoxins. Toxins (Basel) 3(7), 802-814 (2011).
2. Berthiller, F., Crews, C., Dall'Asta, C., et al. Masked mycotoxins: A review. Mol.Nutr.Food Res. 57, 165-186 (2013).
Aupanun, S., Poapolathep, S., Girogi, M., et al. An overview of the toxicology and toxicokinetics of fusarenon-