Genotoxicity and potential carcinogenicity of cyanobacterial toxins - a review.

Abstract

The occurrence of cyanobacterial blooms has increased significantly in many regions of the world in the last century due to water eutrophication. These blooms are hazardous to humans, animals, and plants due to the production of cyanotoxins, which can be classified in five different groups: hepatotoxins, neurotoxins, cytotoxins, dermatotoxins, and irritant… (More)
DOI: 10.1016/j.mrrev.2011.01.002

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@article{egura2011GenotoxicityAP, title={Genotoxicity and potential carcinogenicity of cyanobacterial toxins - a review.}, author={Bojana Žegura and Alja {\vS}traser and Metka Filipi{\vc}}, journal={Mutation research}, year={2011}, volume={727 1-2}, pages={16-41} }