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A6166 3-Acetyldeoxynivalenol from Fusarium roseum  
A1556 15-O-Acetyl-4-deoxynivalenol from Fusarium graminearum  
A6636 Aflatoxin B1 from Aspergillus flavus from Aspergillus flavus Green Alternative Aflatoxin B1 is a carcinogenic compound produced by Aspergillus flavus, a common soil fungus, that induces transversion of G to T at codon 249 of the p53 tumor suppressor gene. Aflatoxin B1 is a food contaminant and a hepatocarcinogen. Aflatoxin is biotransformed to genotoxic intermediates by P450 Phase I enzymes, mainly CYP3A4 via aflatoxin B1 3-hydroxylation. Detoxification depends on Phase II enzymes, such as Glutathione S-Transferase and AFB(1)-aldehyde reductase (AFAR). Aflatoxin B1 is a CYP1A2, CYP2A6, CYP2D6, and CYP3A family substrate.
A9887 Aflatoxin B2 Aflatoxin B2 is a hepatocarcinogen. Food contaminant produced by Aspergillus flavus, a common soil fungus. Aflatoxin B2/AFB2 may have dangerous hepatotoxic, teratogenic and carcinogenic actions on various forms of livestock.
A0138 Aflatoxin G1 from Aspergillus flavus Hepatocarcinogen. Food contaminant produced by Aspergillus flavus, a common soil fungus.
A0263 Aflatoxin G2 Hepatocarcinogen. Food contaminant produced by Aspergillus flavus, a common soil fungus.
A6428 Aflatoxin M1 from Aspergillus flavus Aflatoxin M1 possesses hepatocarcinogenic properties.
A6655 Aflatoxin B1−BSA Conjugate from Aspergillus flavus  
AF10 Aflatoxin Kit Aflatoxins are hepatotoxic metabolites. They are produced by molds, such as, Aspergillus flavus and Aspergillus parasiticus. They are naturally found poisonous carcinogens and the most widely known mycotoxins.
AF1 Aflatoxin kits  
A6412 Aflatoxin M1–BSA Conjugate  
A9441 Aflatoxin B + G mixture dry concentrate  
A1312 Alternariol from Alternaria sp. ~96% Alternaria mycotoxins are generally associated with undried food grains post-harvest. The disease caused by Alternaria mycotoxin results in a discolored halo in fruits and spotting in leaves. Alternariol (AOH) is cytotoxic and fetotoxic to microbes and mammalian cells. AOH displays inhibitory effect on cell proliferation and has estrogenic functionality.
A3171 Alternariol monomethyl ether from Alternaria alternata (tenuis)  
C8273 Cytochalasin D from Zygosporium mansonii, ≥98% (TLC and HPLC), powder Cell permeable fungal toxin; potent inhibitor of actin polymerization. Disrupts actin microfilaments and activates the p53-dependent pathways causing arrest of the cell cycle at the G1-S transition. Inhibits smooth muscle contraction. Inhibits insulin-stimulated, but not basal, transport of glucose.
Potent inhibitor of actin polymerization; disrupts actin microfilaments; activates the p53-dependent pathways; inhibits smooth muscle contraction; inhibits insulin-stimulated glucose transport.
C6637 Cytochalasin A from Drechslera dematioidea Cytochalasin A reacts with sulfhydryls, and inhibits growth and glucose transport in Saccharomyces. Cytochalasin A is an oxidizing analog of cytochalsin B.
C6762 Cytochalasin B from Drechslera dematioidea ≥98% (HPLC), powder Cell permeable fungal toxin that disrupts contractile microfilaments by inhibiting actin polymerization. This, in turn, induces DNA fragmentation, inhibits cell division, and disrupts many cell processes. Inhibits glucose transport.
One of a group of fungal metabolites that interfere with a wide variety of cellular movements. Useful tool for characterizing some of the polymerization properties of actin, and in studies on cytokinesis. Probe for the two hexose-transport systems in rat L6 myoblasts.
C2149 Cytochalasin E from Aspergillus clavatus Cytochalasin E is a cell-permeable fungal toxin that inhibits actin polymerization stimulated by F-actin. Cytochalasin E does not inhibit glucose transport.
C0889 Cytochalasin H from Phomopsis sp. Cytochalasin reported to have CNS activity
D0156 Deoxynivalenol  
F1147 Fumonisin B1 from Fusarium moniliforme ≥98% (HPLC) Fumonisin B1 acts as a hepatocarcinogen and causes hepatotoxicity in rats. In horses, it causes leukoencephalitis, and in pigs, it causes pulmonary edema syndrome. In China and southern parts of Africa, it is linked with high incidence of esophageal cancer in humans. It acts as an inhibitor of sphingosine N-acyltransferase enzyme (ceramide synthase), related to structural similarities between fumonisin B1 and sphingoid bases like sphingosine.
Fungal metabolite believed to cause leukoencephalomalacia in horses.
G9893 Gliotoxin from Gliocladium fimbriatum Gliotoxin is associated with immunosuppression. It is an antiphagocytic and immunomodulating agent that acts by blocking membrane thiol groups. It is implicated in the pathophysiology of invasive aspergillosis (IA) and impacts functional T-cell responses. Gliotoxin in observed in the sera of cancer patients with IA infection.
H7270 HC toxin from Helminthosporium carbonum lyophilized powder Cyclic tetrapeptide fungal toxin selectively toxic to plants with susceptible host genotype.
M5269 Moniliformin sodium salt from Fusarium proliferatum Moniliformin (MON) is implicated for its toxic potential and may lead to respiratory distress and progressive muscular weakness in rats. It inhibits the tricarboxylic acid (TCA) cycle oxidation step. By acting as a pyruvate substrate, MON effectively inhibits thiamine pyrophosphate cofactor dependant enzymes and blocks the gluconeogenesis pathway. ) Furthermore, MON also inhibits glutathione peroxidase and glutathione reductase leading to oxidative stress in myoblast.
O1877 Ochratoxin A from Petromyces albertensis, ≥98% (HPLC) Ochratoxin A is a mycotoxin found in food that is nephrotoxic and carcinogenic in the kidney and induces differentiation in cloned renal cell lines. Increases endoplasmic reticulum ATP-dependent Ca2+ pump activity.
O3007 Ochratoxin A−BSA conjugate from Aspergillus ochraceus  
P2928 Paxilline powder, ≥98% (HPLC) Paxilline is a selective blocker of high-conductance Ca2+-activated (Maxi-K) potassium channels. It also blocks big potassium (BK) channels.
P3053 Penitrem A ≥95% (HPLC and TLC) Penitrem A intoxication causes ataxia, polypnea, and sustained tremors and may lead to seizures and death. Penitrem A affects the central and peripheral nervous system. It impairs the GABAergic neurotransmission in the cerebellum.
T8019 Tentoxin from Alternaria tenuis Naturally occurring phytotoxic cyclic tetrapeptide It induces chlorosis in germinating seedlings of many dicotyledonous plants. Tentoxin has been postulated to inhibit cyclic photophosphorylation by acting as an energy transfer inhibitor at the terminal steps of ATP synthesis and to target the F1 moiety of photosynthetic H+-ATPases. A kinetic analysis of the action of tentoxin on the chloroplast F1 H+-ATPase (CF1) portion of chloroplast ATP synthase has been reported.
Tentoxin is phytotoxic, which induces chlorosis in plant leaves and germinating seedlings. It also halts photophosphorylation by inhibiting chloroplastic ATP synthase. Tentoxin over energizes thylakoids and is converted to isotentoxin by UV irradiation.
T3408 Tenuazonic acid copper salt from Alternaria alternata  
V4877 Verrucarin A from Myrothecium sp. ≥85.0% (HPLC) Verrucarin A binds to the P and A sites in ribosomes and blocks peptide-bond and translation initiation. It inhibits the clear cell renal cell carcinoma (CCRCC) proliferation. Verrucarin A blocks the peptidyl transferase activity and favors apoptosis induction in cancer cells
Verrucarin A is phytotoxic to plantlet cultures and cytotoxic to cultured mammalian cell lines.
V1628 Verrucarol Trichothecene mycotoxin that is a component of toxic mold. Esters of verrucarol have anti-tumor activity.
Z2125 Zearalenone fungal mycotoxin Zearalenone, a fungal mycotoxin produced by Fusarium, binds the estrogen receptor (ER) and is uterotropic in the newborn rat. It is a common contaminant in cereal grain used for animal and human food, and exerts an estrogenic activity that modulates/disrupts endocrine function in animals and possibly humans.
SBR00020 Zearalenone Ready Made Solution 1 mg/mL in DMSO Zearalenone, a fungal mycotoxin produced by Fusarium graminearum, binds estrogen receptor (ER) causing conformational alteration to the receptor. Zearalenone is a common contaminant in cereal grain used for animal and human food. It exerts an estrogenic activity that modulates/disrupts endocrine function in animals and possibly humans. Furthermore, zearalenone was found to act as an immune-toxic compound, which can cause food consumption reduction in rats.