Dinophysis Toxins: Causative Organisms, Distribution and Fate in Shellfish

@inproceedings{Reguera2014DinophysisTC,
  title={Dinophysis Toxins: Causative Organisms, Distribution and Fate in Shellfish},
  author={Beatriz Reguera and Pilar Riob{\'o} and Francisco Rodriguez and Patricio A. D{\'i}az and Gemita Pizarro and Beatriz Paz and Jos{\'e} M. Franco and Juan Blanco},
  booktitle={Marine drugs},
  year={2014}
}
Several Dinophysis species produce diarrhoetic toxins (okadaic acid and dinophysistoxins) and pectenotoxins, and cause gastointestinal illness, Diarrhetic Shellfish Poisoning (DSP), even at low cell densities (<103 cells·L⁻¹). They are the main threat, in terms of days of harvesting bans, to aquaculture in Northern Japan, Chile, and Europe. Toxicity and toxin profiles are very variable, more between strains than species. The distribution of DSP events mirrors that of shellfish production areas… CONTINUE READING

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