Analysis of cyanobacterial metabolites in surface and raw drinking waters reveals more than microcystin.

@article{Beversdorf2018AnalysisOC,
  title={Analysis of cyanobacterial metabolites in surface and raw drinking waters reveals more than microcystin.},
  author={Lucas Beversdorf and Kayla Rude and Chelsea A. Weirich and Sarah L. Bartlett and Mary McWay Seaman and Christine Kozik and Peter Biese and Timothy Gosz and Michael Suha and Christopher Stempa and Christopher W. Shaw and Curtis J. Hedman and Joseph J. Piatt and Todd R Miller},
  journal={Water research},
  year={2018},
  volume={140},
  pages={
          280-290
        }
}
  • Lucas Beversdorf, Kayla Rude, +11 authors Todd R Miller
  • Published in Water research 2018
  • Medicine, Chemistry
  • Freshwater cyanobacterial blooms are becoming increasingly problematic in regions that rely on surface waters for drinking water production. Microcystins (MCs) are toxic peptides produced by multiple cyanobacterial genera with a global occurrence. Cyanobacteria also produce a variety of other toxic and/or otherwise bioactive peptides (TBPs) that have gained less attention including cyanopeptolins (Cpts), anabaenopeptins (Apts), and microginins (Mgn). In this study, we compared temporal and… CONTINUE READING

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