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    1. Garthwaite, I; Ross, KM; Miles, CO; Briggs, LR; Towers, NR; Borrell, T; Busby, P
      Integrated enzyme-linked immunosorbent assay screening system for amnesic,neurotoxic, diarrhetic, and paralytic shellfish poisoning toxins found in New Zealand

      JOURNAL OF AOAC INTERNATIONAL
    2. Usleber, E; Dietrich, R; Burk, C; Schneider, E; Martlbauer, E
      Immunoassay methods for paralytic shellfish poisoning toxins

      JOURNAL OF AOAC INTERNATIONAL
    3. Cordova, JL; Jamett, A; Aguayo, J; Faure, MT; Villarroel, O; Cardenas, L
      An in vitro assay to detect Paralytic Shellfish poison

      JOURNAL OF SHELLFISH RESEARCH
    4. Duncan, KG; Duncan, JL; Schwartz, DM
      Saxitoxin - An anesthetic of the deepithelialized rabbit cornea

      CORNEA
    5. van den Top, HJ; Boenke, A; Burdaspal, PA; Bustos, J; van Egmond, HP; Legarda, T; Mesego, A; Mourino, A; Paulsch, WE; Salgado, C
      The development of reference materials for paralytic shellfish poisoning toxins in lyophilized mussel. II: Certification study

      FOOD ADDITIVES AND CONTAMINANTS
    6. Llewellyn, LE; Doyle, J; Jellett, J; Barrett, R; Alison, C; Bentz, C; Quilliam, M
      Measurement of paralytic shellfish toxins in molluscan extracts: comparison of the microtitre plate saxiphilin and sodium channel radioreceptor assays with mouse bioassay, HPLC analysis and a commercially available cell culture assay

      FOOD ADDITIVES AND CONTAMINANTS
    7. Kaebernick, M; Neilan, BA
      Ecological and molecular investigations of cyanotoxin production

      FEMS MICROBIOLOGY ECOLOGY
    8. Hamasaki, K; Horie, M; Tokimitsu, S; Toda, T; Taguchi, S
      Variability in toxicity of the dinoflagellate Alexandrium tamarense isolated from Hiroshima Bay, western Japan, as a reflection of changing environmental conditions

      JOURNAL OF PLANKTON RESEARCH
    9. Hsieh, DPH; Wang, DZ; Chang, GH
      Laboratory bioproduction of paralytic shellfish toxins in dinoflagellates

      ADVANCES IN APPLIED MICROBIOLOGY, VOL 49
    10. Velez, P; Sierralta, J; Alcayaga, C; Fonseca, M; Loyola, H; Johns, DC; Tomaselli, GF; Marban, E; Suarez-Isla, BA
      A functional assay for paralytic shellfish toxins that uses recombinant sodium channels

      TOXICON
    11. Vale, P; Sampayo, MAD
      Determination of paralytic shellfish toxins in Portuguese shellfish by automated pre-column oxidation

      TOXICON
    12. Llewellyn, LE; Doyle, J
      Microtitre plate assay for paralytic shellfish toxins using saxiphilin: gauging the effects of shellfish extract matrices, salts and pH upon assay performance

      TOXICON
    13. Krishnan, G; Morabito, MA; Moczydlowski, E
      Expression and characterization of Flag-epitope- and hexahistidine-tagged derivatives of saxiphilin for use in detection and assay of saxitoxin

      TOXICON
    14. Lehane, L
      Paralytic shellfish poisoning: a potential public health problem

      MEDICAL JOURNAL OF AUSTRALIA
    15. Bravo, I; Franco, JM; Alonso, A; Dietrich, R; Molist, P
      Cytological study and immunohistochemical location of PSP toxins in foot skin of the ormer, Haliotis tuberculata, from the Galician coast (NW Spain)

      MARINE BIOLOGY
    16. Juhl, AR; Trainer, VL; Latz, MI
      Effect of fluid shear and irradiance on population growth and cellular toxin content of the dinoflagellate Alexandrium fundyense

      LIMNOLOGY AND OCEANOGRAPHY
    17. Overman, LE; Wolfe, JP
      Synthesis of polycyclic guanidines by cyclocondensation reactions of N-amidinyliminium ions

      JOURNAL OF ORGANIC CHEMISTRY
    18. Yotsu-Yamashita, M; Sugimoto, A; Terakawa, T; Shoji, Y; Miyazawa, T; Yasumoto, T
      Purification, characterization, and cDNA cloning of a novel soluble saxitoxin and tetrodotoxin binding protein from plasma of the puffer fish, Fugu pardalis

      EUROPEAN JOURNAL OF BIOCHEMISTRY
    19. Bonifacio, MJ; Sheridan, RD; Parada, A; Cunha, RA; Patmore, L; Soares-da-Silva, P
      Interaction of the novel anticonvulsant, BIA 2-093, with voltage-gated sodium channels: Comparison with carbamazepine

      EPILEPSIA
    20. Shiraishi, S; Shibuya, I; Uezono, Y; Yokoo, H; Toyohira, Y; Yamamoto, R; Yanagita, T; Kobayashi, H; Wada, A
      Heterogeneous increases of cytoplasmic calcium: distinct effects on down-regulation of cell surface sodium channels and sodium channel subunit mRNA levels

      BRITISH JOURNAL OF PHARMACOLOGY
    21. Penzotti, JL; Lipkind, G; Fozzard, HA; Dudley, SC
      Specific neosaxitoxin interactions with the Na+ channel outer vestibule determined by mutant cycle analysis

      BIOPHYSICAL JOURNAL
    22. Louzao, MC; Vieytes, MR; de Sousa, JMVB; Leira, F; Botana, LM
      A fluorimetric method based on changes in membrane potential for screeningparalytic shellfish toxins in mussels

      ANALYTICAL BIOCHEMISTRY
    23. Gago-Martinez, A; Moscoso, SA; Martins, JML; Vazquez, JAR; Niedzwiadek, B; Lawrence, JF
      Effect of pH on the oxidation of paralytic shellfish poisoning toxins for analysis by liquid chromatography

      JOURNAL OF CHROMATOGRAPHY A
    24. Kohane, DS; Lu, NT; Gokgol-Kline, AC; Shubina, M; Kuang, Y; Hall, S; Strichartz, GR; Berde, CB
      The local anesthetic properties and toxicity of saxitonin homologues for rat sciatic nerve block in vivo

      REGIONAL ANESTHESIA AND PAIN MEDICINE
    25. Sakamoto, S; Sato, S; Ogata, T; Kodama, M
      Formation of intermediate conjugates in the reductive transformation of gonyautoxins to saxitoxins by thiol compounds

      FISHERIES SCIENCE
    26. Indrasena, WM; Gill, TA
      Storage stability of paralytic shellfish poisoning toxins

      FOOD CHEMISTRY
    27. Cestele, S; Catterall, WA
      Molecular mechanisms of neurotoxin action on voltage-gated sodium channels

      BIOCHIMIE
    28. Shimojo, RY; Iwaoka, WT
      A rapid hemolysis assay for the detection of sodium channel-specific marine toxins

      TOXICOLOGY
    29. van den Top, HJ; Boenke, A; Burdaspal, PA; Bustos, J; van Egmond, HP; Legarda, T; Mesego, A; Mourino, A; Paulsch, WE; Salgado, C
      The development of reference materials for paralytic shellfish poisoning toxins in lyophilized mussel. I: Interlaboratory studies of methods of analysis

      FOOD ADDITIVES AND CONTAMINANTS
    30. Fernandez, ML
      Regulations for marine microalgal toxins: towards harmonization of methodsand limits

      SOUTH AFRICAN JOURNAL OF MARINE SCIENCE-SUID-AFRIKAANSE TYDSKRIF VIR SEEWETENSKAP
    31. Tsai, CC; Liu, IM; Cheng, JT
      Stimulatory effect of trans-cinnamaldehyde on norepinephrine secretion in cultured pheochromocytoma (PC-12) cells

      ACTA PHARMACOLOGICA SINICA
    32. Gubbins, MJ; Eddy, FB; Gallacher, S; Stagg, RM
      Paralytic shellfish poisoning toxins induce xenobiotic metabolising enzymes in Atlantic salmon (Salmo salar)

      MARINE ENVIRONMENTAL RESEARCH
    33. Taroncher-Oldenburg, G; Anderson, DM
      Identification and characterization of three differentially expressed genes, encoding S-adenosylhomocysteine hydrolase, methionine aminopeptidase, and a histone-like protein, in the toxic dinoflagellate Alexandrium fundyense

      APPLIED AND ENVIRONMENTAL MICROBIOLOGY
    34. Beltran, EC; Neilan, BA
      Geographical segregation of the neurotoxin-producing cyanobacterium Anabaena circinalis

      APPLIED AND ENVIRONMENTAL MICROBIOLOGY
    35. Kaas, H; Henriksen, P
      Saxitoxins (PSP toxins) in Danish lakes

      WATER RESEARCH
    36. Beani, L; Bianchi, C; Guerrini, F; Marani, L; Pistocchi, R; Tomasini, MC; Ceredi, A; Milandri, A; Poletti, R; Boni, L
      High sensitivity bioassay of paralytic (PSP) and amnesic (ASP) algal toxins based on the fluorimetric detection of [Ca2+](i) in rat cortical primary cultures

      TOXICON
    37. Sato, S; Ogata, T; Borja, V; Gonzales, C; Fukuyo, Y; Kodama, M
      Frequent occurrence of paralytic shellfish poisoning toxins as dominant toxins in marine puffer from tropical water

      TOXICON
    38. Nunez-Vazquez, EJ; Yotsu-Yamashita, M; Sierra-Beltran, AP; Yasumoto, T; Ochoa, JL
      Toxicities and distribution of tetrodotoxin in the tissues of puffer fish found in the coast of the Baja California Peninsula, Mexico

      TOXICON
    39. Ciminiello, P; Fattorusso, E; Forino, M; Montresor, M
      Saxitoxin and neosaxitoxin as toxic principles of Alexandrium andersoni (Dinophyceae) from the Gulf of Naples, Italy

      TOXICON
    40. Doucette, GJ; Powell, CL; Do, EU; Byon, CY; Cleves, F; McClain, SG
      Evaluation of 11-[H-3]-tetrodotoxin use in a heterologous receptor bindingassay for PSP toxins

      TOXICON
    41. Sunami, A; Glaaser, IW; Fozzard, HA
      A critical residue for isoform difference in tetrodotoxin affinity is a molecular determinant of the external access path for local anesthetics in the cardiac sodium channel

      PROCEEDINGS OF THE NATIONAL ACADEMY OF SCIENCES OF THE UNITED STATES OF AMERICA
    42. Pomati, F; Sacchi, S; Rossetti, C; Giovannardi, S; Onodera, H; Oshima, Y; Neilan, BA
      The freshwater cyanobacterium Planktothrix sp FP1: molecular identification and detection of paralytic shellfish poisoning toxins

      JOURNAL OF PHYCOLOGY
    43. Yanagita, T; Kobayashi, H; Yamamoto, R; Kataoka, H; Yokoo, H; Shiraishi, S; Minami, S; Koono, M; Wada, A
      Protein kinase C-alpha and -epsilon down-regulate cell surface sodium channels via differential mechanisms in adrenal chromaffin cells

      JOURNAL OF NEUROCHEMISTRY
    44. Li, RA; Velez, P; Chiamvimonvat, N; Tomaselli, GF; Marban, E
      Charged residues between the selectivity filter and S6 segments contributeto the permeation phenotype of the sodium channel

      JOURNAL OF GENERAL PHYSIOLOGY
    45. Indrasena, WM; Gill, TA
      Thermal degradation of partially purified paralytic shellfish poison toxins at different times, temperatures, and pH

      JOURNAL OF FOOD SCIENCE
    46. Murakami, R; Noguchi, T
      Paralytic shellfish poison

      JOURNAL OF THE FOOD HYGIENIC SOCIETY OF JAPAN
    47. Yokoo, H; Shiraishi, S; Kobayashi, H; Yanagita, T; Minami, S; Yamamoto, R; Wada, A
      Short- and long-term differential effects of neuroprotective drug NS-7 on voltage-dependent sodium channels in adrenal chromaffin cells

      BRITISH JOURNAL OF PHARMACOLOGY
    48. Hisatome, I; Kurata, Y; Sasaki, N; Morisaki, T; Morisaki, H; Tanaka, Y; Urashima, T; Yatsuhashi, T; Tsuboi, M; Kitamura, F; Miake, J; Takeda, S; Taniguchi, S; Ogino, K; Igawa, O; Yoshida, A; Sato, R; Makita, N; Shigemasa, C
      Block of sodium channels by divalent mercury: Role of specific cysteinyl residues in the P-loop region

      BIOPHYSICAL JOURNAL
    49. Yotsu-Yamashita, M; Nishimoto, K; Nitanai, Y; Isemura, M; Sugimoto, A; Yasumoto, T
      Binding properties of H-3-PbTx-3 and H-3-saxitoxin to brain membranes and to skeletal muscle membranes of puffer fish Fugu pardalis and the primary structure of a voltage-gated Na+ channel alpha-subunit (fMNa1) from skeletalmuscle of F-pardalis

      BIOCHEMICAL AND BIOPHYSICAL RESEARCH COMMUNICATIONS
    50. Yotsu-Yamashita, M
      Biochemical studies on tetrodotoxin

      NIPPON NOGEIKAGAKU KAISHI-JOURNAL OF THE JAPAN SOCIETY FOR BIOSCIENCE BIOTECHNOLOGY AND AGROCHEMISTRY
    51. Oberemm, A; Becker, J; Codd, GA; Steinberg, C
      Effects of cyanobacterial toxins and aqueous crude extracts of cyanobacteria on the development of fish and amphibians

      ENVIRONMENTAL TOXICOLOGY
    52. Giovannardi, S; Pollegioni, L; Pomati, F; Rossetti, C; Sacchi, S; Sessa, L; Calamari, D
      Toxic cyanobacterial blooms in Lake Varese (Italy): A multidisciplinary approach

      ENVIRONMENTAL TOXICOLOGY
    53. Gallacher, S; Smith, EA
      Bacteria and paralytic shellfish toxins

      PROTIST
    54. Undrovinas, AI; Maltsev, VA; Sabbah, HN
      Repolarization abnormalities in cardiomyocytes of dogs with chronic heart failure: role of sustained inward current

      CELLULAR AND MOLECULAR LIFE SCIENCES
    55. Indrasena, WM; Gill, TA
      Thermal degradation of paralytic shellfish poisoning toxins in scallop digestive glands

      FOOD RESEARCH INTERNATIONAL
    56. Xia, Y; Haddad, GG
      Effect of prolonged O-2 deprivation on Na+ channels: Differential regulation in adult versus fetal rat brain

      NEUROSCIENCE
    57. Teegarden, GJ
      Copepod grazing selection and particle discrimination on the basis of PSP toxin content

      MARINE ECOLOGY-PROGRESS SERIES
    58. Raji, M; Cosse-Barbi, A
      Shape recognition and chirality measure: reestablishing the link between similarity and dissimilarity in discrete space

      CHEMOMETRICS AND INTELLIGENT LABORATORY SYSTEMS
    59. Trainer, VL; Baden, DG
      High affinity binding of red tide neurotoxins to marine mammal brain

      AQUATIC TOXICOLOGY
    60. Parkhill, JP; Cembella, AD
      Effects of salinity, light and inorganic nitrogen on growth and toxigenicity of the marine dinoflagellate Alexandrium tamarense from northeastern Canada

      JOURNAL OF PLANKTON RESEARCH
    61. Kawatsu, K; Shibata, T; Hamano, E
      Application of immunoaffinity chromatography for detection of tetrodotoxinfrom urine samples of poisoned patients

      TOXICON
    62. Kerr, DS; Briggs, DM; Saba, HI
      A neurophysiological method of rapid detection and analysis of marine algal toxins

      TOXICON
    63. Lagos, N; Onodera, H; Zagatto, PA; Andrinolo, D; Azevedo, SMFQ; Oshima, Y
      The first evidence of paralytic shellfish toxins in the freshwater cyanobacterium Cylindrospermopsis raciborskii, isolated from Brazil

      TOXICON
    64. Wells, PG
      Biomonitoring the health of coastal marine ecosystems - The roles and challenges of microscale toxicity tests

      MARINE POLLUTION BULLETIN
    65. Yotsu-Yamashita, M; Sugimoto, A; Takai, A; Yasumoto, T
      Effects of specific modifications of several hydroxyls of tetrodotoxin on its affinity to rat brain membrane

      JOURNAL OF PHARMACOLOGY AND EXPERIMENTAL THERAPEUTICS
    66. Gandhi, CS; Shuck, K; Lear, JD; Dieckmann, GR; DeGrado, WF; Lamb, RA; Pinto, LH
      Cu(II) inhibition of the proton translocation machinery of the influenza Avirus M-2 protein

      JOURNAL OF BIOLOGICAL CHEMISTRY
    67. Indrasena, WM; Ackman, RG; Gill, TA
      Separation of paralytic shellfish poisoning toxins on Chromarods-SIII by thin-layer chromatography with the Iatroscan (mark 5) and flame thermionic detection

      JOURNAL OF CHROMATOGRAPHY A
    68. MALTSEV VA; SABBAH HN; TANIMURA M; LESCH M; GOLDSTEIN S; UNDROVINAS AI
      RELATIONSHIP BETWEEN ACTION-POTENTIAL, CONTRACTION-RELAXATION PATTERN, AND INTRACELLULAR CA2-FAILURE( TRANSIENT IN CARDIOMYOCYTES OF DOGS WITH CHRONIC HEART)

      Cellular and molecular life sciences
    69. DENYER J; WORLEY J; COX B; ALLENBY G; BANKS M
      HTS APPROACHES TO VOLTAGE-GATED ION-CHANNEL DRUG DISCOVERY

      Drug discovery today
    70. ARAKAWA O; NOGUCHI T; ONOUE Y
      TRANSFORMATION OF GONYAUTOXINS IN THE XANTHID CRAB ATERGATIS-FLORIDUS

      Fisheries science
    71. LIU MY; BULL DL; PLAPP FW
      EFFECTS OF EXPOSURE TO CYPERMETHRIN ON SAXITOXIN BINDING IN SUSCEPTIBLE AND PYRETHROID-RESISTANT HOUSEFLIES

      Archives of insect biochemistry and physiology
    72. COMPAGNON D; LEMBEYE G; MARCOS N; RUIZTAGLE N; LAGOS N
      ACCUMULATION OF PARALYTIC SHELLFISH POISONING TOXINS IN THE BIVALVE AULACOMYA ATER AND 2 CARNIVOROUS GASTROPODS CONCHOLEPAS-CONCHOLEPAS ANDARGOBUCCINUM RANELLIFORMES DURING AN ALEXANDRIUM-CATENELLA BLOOM IN SOUTHERN CHILE

      Journal of shellfish research
    73. Gallacher, S; Mackintosh, F; Shanks, AM; O'Neill, S; Riddoch, I; Howard, FG
      Monitoring for paralytic shellfish poisons in Scotland and progress in research to replace the use of the mouse bioassay

      JOURNAL OF SHELLFISH RESEARCH
    74. Jellett, JF; Doucette, LI; Belland, ER
      The MIST (TM) shipable cell bioassay kits for PSP: An alternative to the mouse bioassay

      JOURNAL OF SHELLFISH RESEARCH
    75. HARRISON AP; CLAUSEN T
      THYROID HORMONE-INDUCED UP-REGULATION OF NA-K+ PUMPS - IMPLICATIONS FOR CONTRACTILITY( CHANNELS AND NA+)

      American journal of physiology. Regulatory, integrative and comparative physiology
    76. DECARVALHO M; JACINTO J; RAMOS N; DEOLIVEIRA V; MELO TPE; DESA J
      PARALYTIC SHELLFISH POISONING - CLINICAL AND ELECTROPHYSIOLOGICAL OBSERVATIONS

      Journal of neurology
    77. BOCCACCIO A; MORAN O; CONTI F
      CALCIUM-DEPENDENT SHIFTS OF NA-BINDING TO THE PORE( CHANNEL ACTIVATION CORRELATED WITH THE STATE DEPENDENCE OF CALCIUM)

      European biophysics journal
    78. Sato, S; Ogata, T; Kodama, M
      Trace amounts of saxitoxins in the viscera of chum salmon Oncorhynchus keta

      MARINE ECOLOGY-PROGRESS SERIES
    79. VANASSCHE G; DEPOORTERE I; PEETERS TL
      LOCALIZATION OF MOTILIN BINDING-SITES IN SUBCELLULAR-FRACTIONS FROM RABBIT ANTRAL AND COLONIC SMOOTH-MUSCLE TISSUE

      Regulatory peptides
    80. BENTON BJ; KELLER SA; SPRIGGS DL; CAPACIO BR; CHANG FCT
      RECOVERY FROM THE LETHAL EFFECTS OF SAXITOXIN - A THERAPEUTIC WINDOW FOR 4-AMINOPYRIDINE (4-AP)

      Toxicon
    81. NEGRI A; LLEWELLYN L
      COMPARATIVE ANALYSES BY HPLC AND THE SODIUM-CHANNEL AND SAXIPHILIN H-3-SAXITOXIN RECEPTOR ASSAYS FOR PARALYTIC SHELLFISH TOXINS IN CRUSTACEANS AND MOLLUSKS FROM TROPICAL NORTH-WEST AUSTRALIA

      Toxicon
    82. CHEUN BS; LOUGHRAN M; HAYASHI T; NAGASHIMA Y; WATANABE E
      USE OF A CHANNEL BIOSENSOR FOR THE ASSAY OF PARALYTIC SHELLFISH TOXINS

      Toxicon (Oxford)
    83. KURATA Y; HISATOME I; TSUBOI M; UENISHI H; ZHANG G; OYAIZU M; SATO R; IMANISHI S
      EFFECT OF SULFHYDRYL OXIDOREDUCTION ON PERMEABILITY OF CARDIAC TETRODOTOXIN-INSENSITIVE SODIUM-CHANNEL

      Life sciences (1973)
    84. Kushmerick, C; Castro, MD; Cruz, JS; Bloch, C; Beirao, PSL
      Functional and structural features of gamma-zeathionins, a new class of sodium channel blockers

      FEBS LETTERS
    85. Maltsev, VA; Sabbah, HN; Higgins, RSD; Silverman, N; Lesch, M; Undrovinas, AI
      Novel, ultraslow inactivating sodium current in human ventricular cardiomyocytes

      CIRCULATION
    86. CHAHINE M; SIROIS J; MARCOTTE P; CHEN LQ; KALLEN RG
      EXTRAPORE RESIDUES OF THE S5-S6 LOOP OF DOMAIN-2 OF THE VOLTAGE-GATEDSKELETAL-MUSCLE SODIUM-CHANNEL (RSKM1) CONTRIBUTE TO THE MU-CONOTOXINGIIIA BINDING-SITE

      Biophysical journal
    87. SPAFFORD JD; SPENCER AN; GALLIN WJ
      A PUTATIVE VOLTAGE-GATED SODIUM-CHANNEL ALPHA-SUBUNIT (PPSCN1) FROM THE HYDROZOAN JELLYFISH, POLYORCHIS-PENICILLATUS - STRUCTURAL COMPARISONS AND EVOLUTIONARY CONSIDERATIONS

      Biochemical and biophysical research communications
    88. KOHANE DS; YIEH J; LU NT; LANGER R; STRICHARTZ GR; BERDE CB
      A REEXAMINATION OF TETRODOTOXIN FOR PROLONGED DURATION LOCAL-ANESTHESIA

      Anesthesiology
    89. Indrasena, WM; Gill, TA
      Fluorometric detection of paralytic shellfish poisoning toxins

      ANALYTICAL BIOCHEMISTRY
    90. QUILLIAM MA
      PHYCOTOXINS

      Journal of AOAC International
    91. TOMASELLI GF
      CYSTEINE MUTAGENESIS IN THE VOLTAGE-DEPENDENT SODIUM-CHANNEL - STRUCTURAL INSIGHTS AND IMPLICATIONS

      Trends in cardiovascular medicine
    92. NASEEM SM; CREASIA DA
      COMPARATIVE BINDING AND TOXICITY OF SAXITOXIN AND SAXITOXINOL IN MICEAND IN CULTURED-CELLS

      Biochemistry and molecular biology international
    93. HILL JM; ALEWOOD PF; CRAIK DJ
      SOLUTION STRUCTURE OF THE SODIUM-CHANNEL ANTAGONIST CONOTOXIN GS - A NEW MOLECULAR CALIPER FOR PROBING SODIUM-CHANNEL GEOMETRY

      Structure
    94. YIN QQ; CARMICHAEL WW; EVANS WR
      FACTORS INFLUENCING GROWTH AND TOXIN PRODUCTION BY CULTURES OF THE FRESH-WATER CYANOBACTERIUM LYNGBYA-WOLLEI FARLOW-EX-GOMONT

      Journal of applied phycology
    95. HARRISON AP; NIELSEN OB; CLAUSEN T
      ROLE OF NA-K+ PUMP AND NA+ CHANNEL CONCENTRATIONS IN THE CONTRACTILITY OF RAT SOLEUS MUSCLE()

      American journal of physiology. Regulatory, integrative and comparative physiology
    96. KHORA SS; PANDA KK; PANDA BB
      GENOTOXICITY OF TETRODOTOXIN FROM PUFFER FISH TESTED IN ROOT-MERISTEMCELLS OF ALLIUM-CEPA L

      Mutagenesis
    97. USLEBER E; DONALD M; STRAKA M; MARTLBAUER E
      COMPARISON OF ENZYME-IMMUNOASSAY AND MOUSE BIOASSAY FOR DETERMINING PARALYTIC SHELLFISH POISONING TOXINS IN SHELLFISH

      Food additives and contaminants
    98. COSSEBARBI A; RAJI M
      DISCRETE PATTERN-RECOGNITION BY FITTING ONTO A CONTINUOUS FUNCTION

      Journal of computational chemistry
    99. CARMICHAEL WW; EVANS WR; YIN QQ; BELL P; MOCZYDLOWSKI E
      EVIDENCE FOR PARALYTIC SHELLFISH POISONS IN THE FRESH-WATER CYANOBACTERIUM LYNGBYA-WOLLEI (FARLOW EX GOMONT) COMB. NOV

      Applied and environmental microbiology
    100. GALLACHER S; FLYNN KJ; FRANCO JM; BRUEGGEMANN EE; HINES HB
      EVIDENCE FOR PRODUCTION OF PARALYTIC SHELLFISH TOXINS BY BACTERIA ASSOCIATED WITH ALEXANDRIUM SPP (DINOPHYTA) IN CULTURE

      Applied and environmental microbiology


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