Fumonisins Disrupt Sphingolipid Metabolism, Folate Transport, and Neural Tube Development in Embryo Culture and In Vivo: A Potential Risk Factor for Human Neural Tube Defects among Populations Consuming Fumonisin-Contaminated Maize

Walter F.O. Marasas, Ronald T. Riley, Katherine A. Hendricks, Victoria L. Stevens, Thomas W. Sadler, Janee Gelineau-Van Waes, Stacey A. Missmer, Julio Cabrera, Olga Torres, Wentzel C.A. Gelderblom, Jeremy Allegood, Carolina Martínez, Joyce Maddox, J. David Miller, Lois Starr, M. Cameron Sullards, Ana Victoria Roman, Kenneth A. Voss, Elaine Wang, Alfred H. Merrill

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