- Verrucarin A, 7'-deoxo-7'-(1-hydroxyethyl)-
- Roridin A
- Roridan A
- Antibiotic 379X
- (1'R,3'R,8'R,12'S,13'R,17'R,18'E,20'Z,24'R,25'S)-12'-Hydroxy-17'-[(1R)-1-hydroxyethyl]-5',13',25'-trimethyl-11'H,22'H-spiro[oxirane-2,26'-[2,10,16,23]tetraoxatetracyclo[22.2.1.03,8.08,25]heptacosa ;[4,18,20]triene]-11',22'-dione
RTECS : VL0355000
A type D trichothecene mycotoxin.
Type D Thrichthecene.
Roridin A and other Roridins and Verrucarins are produced by "The Black Mold", a common name for Stachybotrys family of molds that infect houses. Exposure to Roridin A can cause nasal irritation, abundance bodily fluid emission, and harm to the olfactory framework. Gastrointestinal exposure to Roridins can cause ulceration or bleeding from the large intestine, hypermotility, diarrhea. Long-term exposure to Roridins has been reported to cause cognitive disorders.
Roridin A from Fermentek is manufactured using a Myrothecium mold (which belongs to the Stachybotrys family). It is used as a sample to detect Black Mold infection in houses.