Detoxification of Pyrodinium-generated paralytic shellfish poisoning toxin in Perna viridis from Western Samar, Philippines
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The results are presented of procedures for the detoxification of paralytic shellfish poisoning toxin using ozone, chlorine and PVP-iodine. Findings indicate ozone and PVP-iodine to effectively inactivate the toxins isolated from Perna viridis ; however, further investigations are recommended.
Gacutan, R. Q., Tabbu, M. Y., de Castro, T., Gallego, A. B., Bulalacao, M., Arafiles, L., & Icatlo Jr., F. (1984). Detoxification of pyrodinium-generated paralytic shellfish poisoning toxin in Perna viridis from western Samar, Philippines. In A. W. White, M. Anraku, & K.-K. Hooi (Eds.), Toxic Red Tides and Shellfish Toxicity in Southeast Asia: Proceedings of a Consultative Meeting held in Singapore 11-14 September 1984 (pp. 80-85). Singapore: Marine Fisheries Research Department, Southeast Asian Fisheries Development Center; Ottawa, Canada: International Development Research Centre.
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