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- Current opinion in food science 2018 v.24 pp. 43-55
- analytical methods; azaspiracid; ciguatoxin; cooking; cultivation area; diarrhetic shellfish poisoning; fish; freezing; neurotoxicity; poisoning; public health; seafoods; seawater; tetrodotoxin; toxicology
- ... The consumption of seafood with marine toxins can cause intoxications of varied severity and often-fatal symptoms which may appear in few minutes. Marine toxins are resistant to cooking and freezing, posing a serious hazard to public health. They are usually classified as paralytic, neurotoxic, amnesic, or diarrheic shellfish poisoning. Azaspiracids are a separate group whose poisoning symptoms re ...