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Postcolumn derivatization liquid chromatographic method for paralytic shellfish toxins
- Y. Oshima
- 1 March 1995
More than 20 analogues of saxitoxin occur naturally. An accurate analytical method applicable to all saxitoxins is required because of the recent findings that decarbamoyl toxins and C (N-…
Occurrence of a new type of shellfish poisoning in the Tohoku district.
E Epidemiological data indicated that as little as 12 MU of toxin was enough to induce a mild form of poisoning in humans, and this remarkable toxicity of shellfishes was recognized only in the areas around Motoyoshi-cho, Miyagi Prefecture.
The first evidence of paralytic shellfish toxins in the fresh water cyanobacterium Cylindrospermopsis raciborskii, isolated from Brazil.
Diarrhetic shellfish toxins
Diarrhetic Shellfish Poisoning
DSP is caused by certain toxins produced by marine organisms, in large concentration, that can contaminate certain seafood and result in poisoning when humans eat such seafood.
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.
New saxitoxin analogues from the freshwater filamentous cyanobacterium Lyngbya wollei.
Six new saxitoxin analogues were isolated from the freshwater mat-forming filamentous cyanobacterium Lyngbya wollei collected from Guntersville Reservoir on the Tennessee River in Alabama, and five of the toxins contain an acetyl moiety attached to the side chain, which is the first report of these saxit toxin analogues.
Identification of Dinophysis fortii as the Causative Organism of Diarrhetic Shellfish Poisoning
In the previous report1) we have described the occurrence and general features of a new type of shellfish poisoning. Although no red tide or fish kill was sighted preceding to or during the infestion…
The resting cyst and toxicity of Alexandrium ostenfeldii (Dinophyceae) in New Zealand
AbstractExamination of dinoflagellate cysts in sediments around the New Zealand coast revealed that a previously undescribed resting cyst (hypnozygote) of Alexandrium ostenfeldii (Paulsen) Balech e...