Further Reading

Bullerman LB and Draughon FA (eds) (1994) Fusarium moniliforme and Fumonisin symposium. Journal of Food Protection 57: 513-546.

Cole RJ and Cox RH (eds) (1981) Handbook of Toxic Fungal Metabolites. New York: Academic Press.

Eaton DE and Groopman JD (eds) (1994) The Toxicology of Anatoxins. San Diego: Academic Press.

Purchase IFH (ed.) (1974) Mycotoxins. Amsterdam: Elsevier.

Rodricks JV (ed.) (1976) Mycotoxins and Other Fungal Related Food Problems. Advances in Chemistry Series 149. Washington, DC: American Chemical Society.

Rodricks JV, Hesseltine CW and Mehlman MA (eds) (1977) Mycotoxins in Human and Animal Health. Park Forest South, IL: Pathotox.

Scott PM (ed.) (1995) Chapter 49, Natural toxins. In: Cunniff P (ed.) Official Methods of Analysis of AOAC International, 16th edn., Gaithersburg. MD: AOAC International.

Stack, ME (1996) Toxins. In: Sherma J and Fried B (eds) Handbook of Thin-layer Chromatography. New York: Marcel Decker.

Steyn PS (ed.) (1980) The Biosynthesis of Myco-toxins. New York: Academic Press.

Touchstone JC (ed.) (1982) Advances in Thin Layer Chromatography. New York: Wiley.

WhitakerTB, Springer J, Defize PR etal. (1995) Evaluation of sampling plans used in the United States, United Kingdom, and the Netherlands to test raw shelled peanuts for aflatoxin. Journal of AOAC International 78: 1010-1018.

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