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Amaninamide, a toxin closely related to the family of amatoxins, was found exclusively in Amanita virosa mushrooms. It differs from the well known toxin alpha-amanitin in that it lacks the 6'-hydroxyl group of the tryptophan unit, and from the toxin amanin found in Amanita phalloides by the presence of a carboxamide group instead of a carboxylic acid groups.


A Buku, T Wieland, H Bodenmüller, H Faulstich. Amaninamide, a new toxin of Amanita virosa mushrooms. Experientia. 1980 Jan 15;36(1):33-4

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PMID: 7188908

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