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PSP stands for paralytic shellfish poisons

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Paralytic Shellfish Poisons on ResearchGate, the professional network for scientists.
Paralytic shellfish poisons (PSPs) extracted from the cyanobacterium Anabaena circinalis persisted for over 90 days when incubated in freshwater. The primary tr
Title: Chlorination for degrading saxitoxins (paralytic shellfish poisons) in water. Publication Type: Journal Article: Year of Publication: 2003: Authors
Get this from a library! Strategies and methods for the synthesis of paralytic shellfish poisons. [John Vincent Mulcahy; Justin Du Bois; Eric T Kool; Paul A Wender...
application of the neuroblastoma assay for paralytic shellfish poisons to neurotoxic freshwater cyanobacteria: interlaboratory calibration and comparison with other...
(Gaspé and Bay of Fundy) were analysed for paralytic shellfish poisons (PSP) before and after the shellfish were cooked by boiling or steaming.
Chlorination was investigated as a treatment option for degrading and thus removing saxitoxins (paralytic shellfish poisons, PSPs) produced by cyanobacteria (blue...
was amended to permit the use of analytical methods to replace the use of the MBA in the detection of the class of paralytic shellfish poisons.
Paralytic shellfish poisons from Australian cyanobacterial blooms - Humpage, Rositano, et al. - 1994 14: The first evidence of paralytic shellfish...
Abstract. Chlorination was investigated as a treatment option for degrading and thus removing saxitoxins (paralytic shellfish poisons, PSPs) produced by cyanobacteria...
Comparison of criteria for paralytic shellfish poisons in shellfish aquatic products in various countries.
Assessment of Specific Binding Proteins Suitable for the Detection of Paralytic Shellfish Poisons Using Optical Biosensor Technology - Campbell, Stewart...
Preliminary investigations into oxidation of paralytic shellfish poisons (saxitoxins and derivatives) in drinking water by chlorine. (2004)
Occurrence of tetrodotoxin and paralytic shellfish poisons in a gastropod implicated in food poisoning in southern Taiwan
Saxitoxin and its analogues also called paralytic shellfish poisons (PSPs) are very potent neurotoxins [1] produced by dinoflagellates and referenced as chemical...
Preliminary investigations into oxidation of paralytic shellfish poisons (saxitoxins and derivatives) in drinking water by chlorine Wickramasinghe, Wasa A., Davis...
Key words: paralytic shellfish poisons, gonyautoxins, neosaxitoxin, Gonyaulax tamarensis. Cited by. View all 15 citing articles. Article Tools. Add to Favorites
Gathering Safe Shellfish in Washington: Avoiding Paralytic Shellfish; Paralytic shellfish poisons have also been found at low concentrations in several other kinds...
Title: Chlorination for degrading saxitoxins (paralytic shellfish poisons) in water: Author: Nicholson, B.C.; Shaw, Glendon Reginald; Morrall, J.; Senogles, P.-J...
Gonyautoxin VIII, a cryptic precursor of paralytic shellfish poisons Masaru Kobayashi and Yuzuru Shimizu...
These papers are concerned with clinical and public health aspects of paralytic shellfish poisoning and ciguatera toxin in fish; the identification of the toxins; and...
What is paralytic shellfish poison? Paralytic shellfish poison (PSP) is naturally occurring toxin, called a "biotoxin," that is produced by some species of...
Paralytic Shellfish Poisoning. This information is courtesy of Lora E. Fleming, NIEHS Marine and Freshwater Biomedical Sciences Center. Background
6 Paralytic Shellfish Poisoning: The Alaska Problem continued A recent survey of Kodiak Island conducted by the Alaska Division of Public Health found that
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Paralytic Shellfish Poisons 237 This isolation procedure was, however, not applicable to the other PSP toxins. The small molecular water-soluble toxins were difficult...
Paralytic shellfish poisoning in Singapore. on; Clearance of paralytic shellfish poisons from serum was evident within 24 hr and urine was identified as...
A High-Throughput, Microtiter Plate Assay for Paralytic Shellfish Poisons Using the Saxitoxin-Specific Receptor, Saxiphilin
Abstract. There has been tremendous progress in research involving the chemistry, biochemistry and toxicology of paralytic shellfish poisons (PSP) in the past 15...
Evidence for paralytic shellfish poisons in the freshwater cyanobacterium Lyngbya wollei (Farlow ex Gomont) comb. nov.
Abstract. Paralytic shellfish poisons (PSPs) are produced by freshwater cyanobacteria and pose a threat to human and animal drinking-water supplies.
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A tyrosine-containing analog of mu-conotoxin GIIIA as ligand in the receptor binding assay for paralytic shellfish poisons.
The paralytic shellfish poisons include at least 20 derivatives of saxitoxin, which is a tetrahydropurine comprising two guanidinium functions (Baden and Trainer, 1993).
View This Abstract Online; Application of the neuroblastoma assay for paralytic shellfish poisons to neurotoxic freshwater cyanobacteria: interlaboratory calibration...
The paralytic shellfish poisons, collectively referred to as saxitoxins or paralytic shellfish toxins, are neurotoxins