Study: MADD Likely Caused by Fungus on Maple Leaves

After investigating the deaths of 14 horses that had grazed on pastures near maple leaves, a Dutch research team suggested the fungus responsible for European tar spot that covers the maple leaves causes the deadly disease "MADD." Multiple acyl-CoA dehydrogenase deficiency, or MADD, is an acquired, noncontagious myopathy (muscle disease) characterized by severe muscle pa

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