Picocyanobacteria from a clade of marine Cyanobium revealed bioactive potential against microalgae, bacteria, and marine invertebrates.

@article{Costa2015PicocyanobacteriaFA,
  title={Picocyanobacteria from a clade of marine Cyanobium revealed bioactive potential against microalgae, bacteria, and marine invertebrates.},
  author={Maria Sofia Costa and Margarida Costa and V{\'i}tor Ramos and Pedro N Le{\~a}o and Aldo Barreiro and V{\'i}tor Vasconcelos and Ros{\'a}rio Martins},
  journal={Journal of toxicology and environmental health. Part A},
  year={2015},
  volume={78 7},
  pages={432-42}
}
The production of bioactive compounds either toxic or with pharmacological applications by cyanobacteria is well established. However, picoplanktonic forms within this group of organisms have rarely been studied in this context. In this study, the toxicological potential of picocyanobacteria from a clade of marine Cyanobium strains isolated from the Portuguese coast was examined using different biological models. First, strains were identified by applying morphological and molecular approaches… CONTINUE READING

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