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Mycotoxins: What Are They & What Are The Dangers?

June 23, 2020 by ItemGrabber Green

Mycotoxins are natural products produced as secondary metabolites by fungi that grow on crops in the field or in storage after harvest. Both acute and chronic exposure to mycotoxins and their metabolites cause many types of toxicity. These include: hepatotoxicity, genotoxicity, and neurotoxicity.

The presence of mycotoxins can persist in cannabis-related products. It’s important to protect consumers of these products from potential harm with robust and reliable testing. ItemGrabber Green offers a range of high-quality mycotoxins reference materials to support your analysis of cannabis and related products.


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