Saxitoxin

Saxitoxin (STX) is a neurotoxin naturally produced by certain species of marine dinoflagellates (Alexandrium sp., Gymnodinium sp., Pyrodinium sp.) and cyanobacteria (Anabaena sp., some Aphanizomenon spp., Cylindrospermopsis sp., Lyngbya sp., Planktothrix sp.). Ingestion of saxitoxin (usually through shellfish contaminated by toxic algal blooms) is
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saxitoxin

neurotoxin found in a variety of dinoflagellates. If ingested, it may cause respiratory failure and cardiac arrest.
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saxitoxin

[n] - a powerful neurotoxin produced by certain dinoflagellates found in red tides
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Saxitoxin

Schedule 1 chemical used in neurological research and testing kits for shellfish poisoning.
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saxitoxin

Neurotoxin produced by the 'red tide' dinoflagellates, Gonyaulax catenella and G. tamarensis . It binds to the sodium channel, blocking the passage of action potentials. Its action closely resembles that of tetrodotoxin. The toxin was originally isolated from the clam, Saxidomus giganteus .
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saxitoxin

<protein> Neurotoxin produced by the red tide dinoflagellates, Gonyaulax catenella and G. Tamarensis. It binds to the sodium channel, blocking the passage of action potentials. Its action closely resembles that of tetrodotoxin. The toxin was originally isolated from the clam, Saxidomus giganteus. ... (18 Nov 1997) ...
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saxitoxin

noun a powerful neurotoxin produced by certain dinoflagellates found in red tides; it can accumulate in mollusks that feed on the dinoflagellates and cause food poisoning to humans
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saxitoxin

(sakĀ“sĭ-tok″sin) a powerful heat-stable low molecular weight neurotoxin synthesized and secreted by certain dinoflagellates, such as species of Gonyaulax, which accumulates in the tissue of bivalve mollusks feeding on the dinoflagellates; it may cause a severe toxic reaction called shellfish poisoning i...
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saxitoxin

(from the article `algae`) ...which are thereby rendered unsafe or poisonous for human consumption. The dinoflagellates (class Dinophyceae) are the most notorious producers of ... ...include weakness, joint aches, and muscular paralysis; death may result. There is no specific treatment or antidote. The poison, variously called ... [2...
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saxitoxin

saxitoxin A neurotoxin produced by the red tide dinoflagellates, Gonyaulax catenella and G. Tamarensis. It binds to the sodium channel, blocking the passage of action potentials. Its action closely resembles that of tetrodotoxin. The toxin was originally isolated from the clam, Saxidomus giganteus.
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saxitoxin

Type: Term Pronunciation: sak′si-tok′sin Definitions: 1. A potent neurotoxin found in shellfish, such as the mussel or the clam (and sometimes the pufferfish, Sphoerides nephelus), produced by the dinoflagellate Gonyaulax catenella, which is ingested by the shellfish; the cause of cases of poisoning from eating the California sea mussel
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