Journal or Book Title
Journal of Agricultural and Food Chemistry
Acute and subacute intraperitoneal doses of fumonisin B1 (FB1) were administered to test the efficacy of the FB1-glucose reaction products in detoxifying FB1 in swine. In the acute study at 11 µmol of FB1/kg of body weight, five of six pigs administered FB1 and four of six pigs administered FB1- glucose died from acute pulmonary edema. Analysis of weight gain, serum aspartate aminotransferase and γ-glutamyltransferase, total cholesterol, and pathological evaluation did not provide evidence of protection against FB1 toxicity by the FB1-glucose reaction products. In the subacute study at 5.5 µmol of FB1/kg of body weight, one pig administered FB1 died from liver damage. Analysis of serum aspartate aminotransferase, γ-glutamyltransferase, and total bilirubin showed protection against FB1 toxicity by the FB1-glucose reaction products. The levels of sphinganine and sphinganine/sphingosine ratios in serum and liver as well as pathologic findings provided definitive evidence of protection against the FB1 toxic effects by this detoxification procedure (p < 0.05).
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Fernandez-Surumay, Guillermo; Osweiler, Gary D.; Yaeger, Michael; Hauck, Catherine C.; Hendrich, Suzanne; and Murphy, Patricia A., "Glucose Reaction with Fumonisin B1 Partially Reduces Its Toxicity in Swine" (2004). Food Science and Human Nutrition Publications. 97.