Aspergillus niger toxic mold is often found indoors in carpets, flooring, mattress dust, acrylic paint, polyester polyurethane foam, HVAC filters, and fans.
In manufacturing, Aspergillus niger toxic mold is found in bakeries, cotton mills, cotton yarn, hey, cereals, cottonseed, and potted plant soil.
Aspergillus niger is an uncommon cause of aspergillosis but does cause ear, nose, and lung infections especially in immunocompromised people.
Aspergillus niger toxic mold as a pathogen has been found in human external ears, a cutaneous infection of a bone marrow transplant recipient, and pulmonary infections.
Aspergillus niger toxic mold as a toxigenic agent produces metabolites of low animal toxicity.
Aspergillus niger toxic mold is often found in soil and plant debris, particularly notable as a contaminant of spices and other sun-dried plant products. It is one of the most commonly reported fungi from foods.
Additional information can be found at EMLab Fungal Library.
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