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Investigation and determination of marine biotoxins in the shellfish of Persian Gulf and Oman Sea

Mortazavi, M.S.; Aramideh, A.; Mohebbi, L.;
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  • Published: 01 Jan 2015
Marine algal toxins have drawn worldwide attention because of their involvement in human intoxication and the socio-economic impacts. Marine biotoxins have been produced by harmful bloom algae, known as dinoflagellate. In the present study, two groups of toxins, i.e. PSP, ASP analyzed in the muscle of shellfish caught from the north parts of the Persian Gulf (Bandar Abbas, Bandar Lengeh, Boushehr) and Oman Sea (Chabahar). Sample preparation and extraction were done according to AOAC methods and by ELISA. PSP amounts in the shellfish samples ranged from ND-3.962 and ND-1.477 mg/g muscle. The results showed all samples were safe.
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free text keywords: Biology, Chemistry, Ecology, Environment, Fisheries, Marine, biotoxin, PSP, ASP, Persian Gulf, Oman Sea, Iran, Investigation, Determination, shellfish, AOAC, ELISA, Biology, Chemistry, Ecology, Environment, Fisheries
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