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Dinophysistoxin-2: the predominant diarrhoetic shellfish toxin in Ireland.
Diarrhoetic shellfish poisoning (DSP) in Europe is due mainly to the presence of the dinoflagellate toxin, okadaic acid (OA). However, analysis of cultivated mussels (Mytilus edulis) from southwestExpand
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Isolation of a new okadaic acid analogue from phytoplankton implicated in diarrhetic shellfish poisoning.
A new analogue of okadaic acid (OA), the toxin mainly responsible for diarrhetic shellfish-poisoning (DSP) phenomena in Europe, has been isolated from toxic phytoplankton (Dinophysis acuta) collectedExpand
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Determination of diarrheic shellfish toxins in mussels by microliquid chromatography-tandem mass spectrometry.
A fast, sensitive, and specific procedure for determining toxins that cause diarrheic shellfish poisoning (DSP) using microliquid chromatography coupled with tandem mass spectrometry (micro-LC-MS-MS)Expand
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Isolation of dinophysistoxin-2 and the high-performance liquid chromatographic analysis of diarrhetic shellfish toxins using derivatisation with 1-bromoacetylpyrene.
The rare diarrhetic shellfish toxin, dinophysistoxin-2 (DTX-2), was isolated from the digestive glands of mussels (Mytilus edulis). This was achieved by chromatography on silica and Sephadex LH-20Expand
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Identification of a new diarrhoetic toxin in shellfish using liquid chromatography with fluorimetric and mass spectrometric detection.
A new toxin, dinophysistoxin-2B (DTX-2B) was isolated from Irish mussels using silica chromatography, gel permeation, octadecylsilane solid-phase extraction and repeated preparative high-performanceExpand
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Studies of the molecular interaction between cellulose and lignin as a model for the hierarchical structure of wood
Wood and dietary fiber products all belong to a class of biomolecular composites that are rich in cellulose and lignin. The interaction between cellulose and lignin determines such properties asExpand
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