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Biosensors to detect marine toxins: Assessing seafood safety.
This article describes the different types of marine toxins and their toxic effects, and reviews the bio/analytical techniques for their detection, putting special emphasis to biosensors. ImportantExpand
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Trends in Flow-based Biosensing Systems for Pesticide Assessment
This review gives a survey on the state of the art of pesticide detection using flow-based biosensing systems for sample screening. Although immunosensor systems have been proposed as powerfulExpand
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Highly sensitive amperometric immunosensors for microcystin detection in algae.
The presence of cyanobacterial toxins in water and algae pose a health hazard for animals and humans, due to their tumour-promoting activity and carcinogen effects. The use of simple, rapid andExpand
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Identification of ciguatoxins in a shark involved in a fatal food poisoning in the Indian Ocean
Severe food poisoning events after the consumption of sharks have been reported since the 1940s; however, there has been no clear understanding of their cause. Herein, we report for the first timeExpand
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Enzyme sensor for the electrochemical detection of the marine toxin okadaic acid.
An enzyme sensor for the electrochemical detection of the marine toxin okadaic acid (OA) has been developed. The strategy was based on the inhibition of immobilised protein phosphatase (PP2A) by thisExpand
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Electrochemical biosensors as a tool for antioxidant capacity assessment
Oxidative stress arises from the excess of free radicals due to environmental or behavioural stressors, or simply to a malfunction of the antioxidant production. It produces damage to lipids,Expand
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Enzyme inhibition-based biosensor for the electrochemical detection of microcystins in natural blooms of cyanobacteria.
An electrochemical biosensor for the detection of microcystin has been developed based on the inhibition of the protein phosphatase 2A (PP2A) by this cyanobacterial toxin. The enzyme has beenExpand
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Detection and quantification of the toxic marine microalgae Karlodinium veneficum and Karlodinium armiger using recombinase polymerase amplification and enzyme-linked oligonucleotide assay.
Karlodinium is a dinoflagellate responsible for fish-killing events worldwide. In Alfacs Bay (NW Mediterranean Sea), the presence of two Karlodinium species (K. veneficum and K. armiger) withExpand
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Evidence of okadaic acid production in a cultured strain of the marine dinoflagellate Prorocentrum rhathymum from Malaysia.
Protein phosphatase inhibition assay (PPIA), Neuroblastoma cell-based assay (Neuro-2a CBA) and LC-MS/MS analysis revealed for the first time the production of okadaic acid (OA) by a ProrocentrumExpand
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Protein phosphatase inhibition assays for okadaic acid detection in shellfish: Matrix effects, applicability and comparison with LC–MS/MS analysis
Abstract The applicability of the protein phosphatase inhibition assay (PPIA) to the determination of okadaic acid (OA) and its acyl derivatives in shellfish samples has been investigated, using aExpand
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