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Recreational exposure to microcystins during algal blooms in two California lakes
Characterization of Florida red tide aerosol and the temporal profile of aerosol concentration
First evidence of “paralytic shellfish toxins” and cylindrospermopsin in a Mexican freshwater system, Lago Catemaco, and apparent bioaccumulation of the toxins in “tegogolo” snails ( Pomacea patula catemacensis )
Assessment of cyanobacteria toxins in freshwater fish
Detection of the neurotoxin BMAA within cyanobacteria isolated from freshwater in China
Fast separation of microcystins and nodularins on narrow-bore reversed-phase columns coupled to a conventional HPLC system
Detection of various freshwater cyanobacterial toxins using ultra-performance liquid chromatography tandem mass spectrometry
Rapid detection of microcystins in cells and water
Development of an integrated laboratory system for the monitoring of cyanotoxins in surface and drinking waters
A mechanistic explanation for pH-dependent ambient aquatic toxicity of Prymnesium parvum carter
Retention and degradation of the cyanobacterial toxin cylindrospermopsin in sediments – The role of sediment preconditioning and DOM composition
UV and solar TiO2 photocatalysis of brevetoxins (PbTxs)
Paralytic shellfish toxin concentration and cell density changes in Pyrodinium bahamense – Noctiluca scintillans feeding experiments
The state of U.S. freshwater harmful algal blooms assessments, policy and legislation
A revised amino group p K a for prymnesins does not provide decisive evidence for a pH-dependent mechanism of Prymnesium parvum 's toxicity
Influence of pH on amine toxicology and implications for harmful algal bloom ecology