First identification of azaspiracid and spirolides in Mesodesma donacium and Mulinia edulis from Northern Chile.

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In an attempt to evaluate the risk for human consumption associated to the accumulation of lipophilic toxins by two commercially important bivalves: macha (Mesodesma donacium) and clam (Mulinia edulis) in Coquimbo Bay (Chile), monitoring of these species was carried out from March to September 2008. The samples were analyzed by liquid chromatography-mass… (More)
DOI: 10.1016/j.toxicon.2009.07.014

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@article{Alvarez2010FirstIO, title={First identification of azaspiracid and spirolides in Mesodesma donacium and Mulinia edulis from Northern Chile.}, author={Gonzalo Alvarez and Eduardo Uribe and Paulo {\'A}valos and Carmen Mari{\~n}o and Juan Blanco}, journal={Toxicon : official journal of the International Society on Toxinology}, year={2010}, volume={55 2-3}, pages={638-41} }