Références sur l'acide Domoique et sur les Pseudo-nitzschia

Cette base de données consultable contient plus de 2 500 articles scientifiques traitant de la recherche sur l'acide domoïque, une neurotoxine, et sur sa production par les diatomées marines du genre Pseudo-nitzschia et Nitzschia. La base de données est mise à jour à mesure que de nouveaux articles sont publiés.

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Lefebvre, K.A. and R.A. Tasker. 2024. Chapter 34 - Domoic acid: experimental and clinical neurotoxicity in vivo, p. 779-797. In: M.R. de Oliveira [ed.]. Natural molecules in neuroprotection and neurotoxicity. Elsevier Academic Press, Cambridge, MA.

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Zhang, S., T. Zheng, M. Zhou, B. Niu, and Y. Li. 2024. Exposure to the mixotrophic dinoflagellate Lepidodinium sp. and its cues increase toxin production of Pseudo-nitzschia multiseries. Sci. Total Environ. 914: 169812.

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Guzmán, E.A., T.A. Peterson, P.L. Winder, K.T. Francis, M. McFarland, J.C. Roberts, J. Sandle, and A.E. Wright. 2023. An assessment of potential threats to human health from algae blooms in the Indian River Lagoon (USA) 2018–2021: unique patterns of cytotoxicity associated with toxins. Toxins 15: 664. [includes domoic acid]

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He, Z., S. Liu, Z. Cui, Y. Zhao, and N. Chen. 2023. Metabarcoding analysis of the composition and spatial–temporal dynamics of Pseudo‑nitzschia species in Jiaozhou Bay, China. J. Appl. Phycol. (in press). [includes Pseudo-nitzschia delicatissima, P. fraudulenta, P. galaxiae, P. micropora, P. multistriata, P. pungens, and others]

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Greenwald, K.M., C.M. Gibble, M.A. Miller, E. Donnelly-Greenan, and R.M. Kudela. 2023. Investigation of a mass stranding event reveals a novel pattern of cascading comorbidities in northern fulmars (Fulmarus glacialis). J. Wildl. Dis. (in press). [includes domoic acid]

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Thukral, M., A.E. Allen, and D. Petras. 2023. Progress and challenges in exploring aquatic microbial communities using non-targeted metabolomics. The ISME Journal (in press). [includes Pseudo-nitzschia multistriata, domoic acid]

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Bosch-Orea, C., C.R. Kleemann, C.T.P. Deolindo, L. Molognoni, A. Dallegrave, H. Daguer, A.C.O. Costa, and R.B. Hof. 2023. Integrated analysis of marine biotoxins and contaminants of emerging concern in bivalve mollusks from Santa Catarina, Brazil. Sci. Total Environ. 905: 167254. [includes domoic acid]

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Songa, F., Z. Zhang, X. Xu, and X. Lin. 2023. Online highly selective recognition of domoic acid by an aptamer@MOFs affinity monolithic column coupled with HPLC for shellfish safety monitoring. RSC Adv. 13: 30876.

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McClain, A.M., C.L. Field, T.A. Norris, B. Borremans, P.J. Duignan, S.P. Johnson, S.T. Whoriskey, L. Thompson-Barbosa, and F.M.D. Gulland. 2023. The symptomatology and diagnosis of domoic acid toxicosis in stranded California sea lions (Zalophus californianus): a review and evaluation of 20 years of cases to guide prognosis. Front. Vet. Sci. 10: 1245864.

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Gianella, F., M.T. Burrows, and K. Davidson. 2023. The relationship between salmon (Salmo salar) farming and cell abundance of harmful algal taxa. Harmful Algae 129: 102512, [discusses Pseudo-nitzschia spp.]

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Stonik, I.V., R.S. Popov, A.P. Tsurpalo, P.S. Dmitrenok, M.Y. Shchelkanov, and T.Y. Orlova. 2023. Domoic acid in cultures of the diatom genus Pseudo-nitzschia H. Peragallo in H. Peragallo & M. Peragallo, 1900 and in bivalve samples from the Russian waters of the Sea of Japan and the Pacific waters of Kamchatka. Biologiya Morya 49: 313-318. (in Russian) [discusses domoic acid production by Pseudo-nitzschia pungens and P. delicatissima]

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Ryabushko, L., D. Balycheva, S. Kapranov, A. Shiroyan, A. Blaginina, and S. Barinova. 2023. Seasonal dynamics of microphytobenthos distribution in three ecotopes on a mussel farm (Black Sea). J. Mar. Sci. Eng. 11: 2100. [includes Pseudo-nitzschia calliantha, P. delicatissima, P. pungens, P. seriata, domoic acid]

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Anderson, C., J. Smith, R. Kudela, T. Norris, A. Deming, L. Palmer, R. Dover, M. Berman-Kowalewski, and K. Lefebvre. 2023. Rapid response to a massive marine on automated plankton observations with domoic acid poisoning in central to southern California. Harmful Algae News, No. 73, p. 1-4.

Schmitt, T.L., J. St. Leger, B.A. Inglis, I. Michal, N. Stedman, H.H. Nollens, S. Dennison-Gibby, K. Herrick , E.O. Clarke, A. Mena, and P.F. Cook. 2023. Twenty years of managed epilepsy for a stranded male Guadalupe fur seal (Arctocephalus townsendi) secondary to suspect domoic acid toxicosis. J. Zool. Bot. Gard. 4: 665-679.

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Lifanchuk, A.V.,  A.S. Mikaelyan, A.V. Sergeeva, and V.A. Silkin. 2023. Seasonal dynamics and ecology of the Pseudo-nitzschia delicatissima group in the Black Sea. Reg. Stud. Mar. Sci. 68: 103249.

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Yu, Z., Y. Tang, and C.J. Gobler. 2023. Harmful algal blooms in China: history, recent expansion, current status, and future prospects. Harmful Algae 129: 102499. [includes Pseudo-nitzschia cuspidata, P. decipiens, P. fraudulenta, P. fukuyoi, P. pseudodelicatissima, P. sabit, P. inflatula, and two new species Pseudo-nitzschia simulans and P. nanaoensis]

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Perry, R.A., N. Nemcek, M. Hennekes, A. Sastri, A.R.S. Ross, H. Shannon, and R.B. Shartau. 2023. Domoic acid in Canadian Pacific waters, from 2016 to 2021, and relationships with physical and chemical conditions. Harmful Algae 129: 102530. [discusses Pseudo-nitzschia cf. australis, domoic acid]

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Gilliland, Raquel Cuca Marie. 2023. Utilizing cooperative fisheries research to monitor and understand harmful algal blooms along the Oregon coast. Master of Science in Marine Resource Management, Thesis, Oregon State University, 152 p. [discusses Pseudo-nitzschia spp., domoic acid]

Lewis, N.I., R. Yu, C. Rafuse, and M.A. Quilliam. 2023. Seasonal occurrence of toxic phytoplankton and phycotoxins at a mussel aquaculture site in Nova Scotia, Canada. Harmful Algae 129: 102528. [discusses Pseudo-nitzschia seriata, P. cf. delicatissima, domoic acid]

Moreno, A.R., C. Anderson, R.M. Kudela, M. Sutula, C. Edwards, and D. Bianchi. 2022. Development, calibration, and evaluation of a model of Pseudo-nitzschia and domoic acid production for regional ocean modeling studies. Harmful Algae 118: 102296.

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Trapp, A., K. Hayashi, J. Fiechter, and R.M. Kudela. 2023. What happens in the shadows - Influence of seasonal and non-seasonal dynamics on domoic acid monitoring in the Monterey Bay upwelling shadow. Harmful Algae 129: 102522. [includes Pseudo-nitzschia australis, P. multiseries]

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Cembella, K. Klemm, U. John, B. Karlson, L. Arneborg, D.Clarke, T. Yamanaka, C. Cusack, L. Naustvoll, E. Bresnan, L. Supraha, and N. Lundholm. 2023. Emerging phylogeographic perspective on the toxigenic diatom genus Pseudo-nitzschia in coastal northern European waters and gateways to eastern Arctic seas: causes, ecological consequences and socio-economic impacts. Harmful Algae 129: 102496. [discusses numerous species of Pseudo-nitzschia, domoic acid]

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McQuillan, J.S., A. Alrefaey, A.D. Turner, N. Morrell, O. Stoner, R. Brown, S. Kay, S. Cooke, and T. Bage. 2023. Quantitative Polymerase Chain Reaction for the estimation of toxigenic microalgae abundance in shellfish production waters. Harmful Algae 128: 102497. [includes Pseudo-nitzschia spp.]

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Pierce, E., O. Torano, Y. Lin, A. Schnetzer, and A. Marchetti. 2023. Comparison of advanced methodologies for diatom identification within dynamic coastal communities. Limnol. Oceanogr. Methods (in press) [includes Pseudo-nitzschia]

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Oller-Ruiz, A., N. Alcaraz-Oliver, G. Férez, and J. Gilabert. 2023. Measuring marine biotoxins in a hypersaline coastal lagoon. Toxins 15: 526. [includes domoic acid, Pseudo-nitzschia]

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