• Biology
  • Published 2010

Comparative Analysis of Paralytic Shellfish Toxin Content and Profile Produced by Dinoflagellate Gymnodinium Catenatum Isolated from Inokushi Bay, Japan

@inproceedings{Oh2010ComparativeAO,
  title={Comparative Analysis of Paralytic Shellfish Toxin Content and Profile Produced by Dinoflagellate Gymnodinium Catenatum Isolated from Inokushi Bay, Japan},
  author={Seok Jin Oh and Yukihiko Matsuyama and Yang Ho Yoon and Kazuyoshi Miyamura and Chang Geun Choi and Han Soeb Yang and Ik Joon Kang},
  year={2010}
}
1 . The principal toxin were C1+2 (79.8 mole%) and GTX 5+6 (18.0 mole%), and minor components were characterized as GTX 2+3, dcGTX2+3, and neoSTX+STX. Interestingly, 7 strains were clearly distin- guished from those of other strains by the complete presence of GTX1+4. In the July strains, which were 33 strains isolated from bloom water, the average growth rate and toxin content was 0.34 divisions day -1 and 160 f mole cell -1 , respectively. C1+2 (83.3 mole%) and GTX 5+6 (10.6 mole%) were the… CONTINUE READING

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