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Paralytic shellfish poisoning in freshwater puffer fish (Tetraodon cutcutia) from the River Burigonga, Bangladesh.
There is currently no antidote for paralytic shellfish poisoning, and all cases require immediate medical attention.
Hypertension and identification of toxin in human urine and serum following a cluster of mussel associated paralytic shellfish poisoning outbreaks.
The emergency room physician made a tentative diagnosis of paralytic shellfish poisoning.
The Unit investigates fish kills, checks for chemical and other environmental hazards, and monitors the approach of paralytic shellfish poisoning.
Most feared is the neurological type, the sometimes fatal paralytic shellfish poisoning (PSP).
AMEX:SEA), today announced that the company has received a two-year grant of $720,000 from the Chilean government to continue its research and development of a procedure for cleansing shellfish contaminated with paralytic shellfish poisoning.
ABSTRACT The marine waters around Argentina are periodically affected by a range of phytoplankton species that are known producers of paralytic shellfish poisoning (PSP) toxins.
The culprit is an elevated level of paralytic shellfish poisoning toxin.
Production and transportation costs, supply of spat and periodic paralytic shellfish poisoning (PSP) have all plagued shellfish farmers.
The algae are notorious for producing a toxin that accumulates in clams, mussels, and other shellfish and can cause paralytic shellfish poisoning (PSP) in humans who consume them.