Cardiovascular Changes With Moldy Corn Poisoning

Fumonisins are toxic byproducts of the fungus Fusarium verticilloides, which often grows on corn. These mycotoxins can cause leukoencephalomalacia (moldy corn poisoning) in horses, and are undetectable to the naked eye. Horses exposed to only 0.2 mg fumonisin/kg body weight for several days can develop non-specific neurological signs including changes in personality, behavior, and

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