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Abstract Context. Pufferfish-associated tetrodotoxin poisoning occurs occasionally in coastal regions of Asian countries and… Expand Pufferfish poisoning has rarely been reported in the southwestern Indian Ocean and in the French overseas territories. In Reunion… Expand Tetrodotoxin is a powerful axonal blocking agent found in a number of marine creatures, including puffer fish. Fatal and near… Expand Background From January 2002 to May 2004, 28 puffer fish poisoning (PFP) cases in Florida, New Jersey, Virginia, and New York… Expand Between 1989 and 1999, 25 cases of puffer fish poisoning (PFP) were admitted to the medical service of Chon Buri Hospital. The… Expand A 69-year-old lady who was referred by her general practitioner with a diagnosis of food poisoning developed cardiorespiratory… Expand On April 29, 1996, three cases of tetrodotoxin poisoning occurred among chefs in California who shared contaminated fugu (puffer… Expand Tetrodotoxin, a violent neurotoxin, is present in puffer fish and may occur in a variety of marine animals. Outbreaks of human… Expand We report an outbreak of tetrodotoxin poisoning resulting from consumption of ovaries of an unidentified species of fish. Thirty… Expand In hippocampal slices of the rat maintained in vitro the addition of carbachol to the perfusion medium caused a depolarization… Expand