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Azaspiracid, a New Marine Toxin Having Unique Spiro Ring Assemblies, Isolated from Irish Mussels, Mytilus edulis.
Two analogs of azaspiracid isolated from mussels, Mytilus edulis, involved in human intoxication in Ireland.
Two new analogs of azaspiracid were isolated from mussels collected at Arranmore Island, Ireland in 1997 as additional causes of human intoxication by NMR and negative ion FAB CID MS/MS experiments.
First evidence of an extensive northern European distribution of azaspiracid poisoning (AZP) toxins in shellfish.
The first identification of azaspiracids in shellfish from France and Spain.
Azaspiracid poisoning (AZP) toxins in shellfish: toxicological and health considerations.
First evidence of azaspiracids (AZAs): A family of lipophilic polyether marine toxins in scallops (Argopecten purpuratus) and mussels (Mytilus chilensis) collected in two regions of Chile.
Strategies to avoid the mis-identification of anatoxin-a using mass spectrometry in the forensic investigation of acute neurotoxic poisoning.
A sensitive and specific determination method for azaspiracids by liquid chromatography mass spectrometry.
- K. Ofuji, M. Satake, Y. Oshima, T. Mcmahon, K. James, T. Yasumoto
- ChemistryNatural toxins
- 1 November 1999
A liquid chromatography/mass spectrometry method was developed and used to confirm the presence of azaspiracids in toxic mussels collected at Arranmore Island, Ireland in 1997.
Multiple organ damage caused by a new toxin azaspiracid, isolated from mussels produced in Ireland.