Affiliation: Stockholm University
- Transfer of a cyanobacterial neurotoxin within a temperate aquatic ecosystem suggests pathways for human exposureSara Jonasson
Departments of Botany and Analytical Chemistry, Stockholm University, 10691 Stockholm, Sweden
Proc Natl Acad Sci U S A 107:9252-7. 2010....
- Analytical protocol for identification of BMAA and DAB in biological samplesZdenek Spacil
Department of Analytical Chemistry, Stockholm University, 10691 Stockholm, Sweden
Analyst 135:127-32. 2010..The method is applicable for selective BMAA/DAB detection in various biological samples ranging from a prokaryotic cyanobacterium to eukaryotic fish...
- Improving derivatization efficiency of BMAA utilizing AccQ-Tag in a complex cyanobacterial matrixJohan Eriksson
Department of Botany, Stockholm University, 10691, Stockholm, Sweden
Amino Acids 36:43-8. 2009..The limit of quantification was determined to be 12 nmol and limit of detection as 120 fmol. The linear range was in the range of 8.5 nmol-84 pmol. Accuracy and precision were well within FDA guidelines for bioanalysis...
- Diatoms: a novel source for the neurotoxin BMAA in aquatic environmentsLiying Jiang
Department of Analytical Chemistry, Stockholm University, Stockholm, Sweden
PLoS ONE 9:e84578. 2014....
- Unveiling of novel radiations within Trichodesmium cluster by hetR gene sequence analysisPernilla Lundgren
Department of Botany, Stockholm University, Stockholm, Sweden
Appl Environ Microbiol 71:190-6. 2005..Our findings emphasize the conclusion that known morphological traits used to differentiate marine nonheterocystous cyanobacteria at the genus and species levels correlate poorly with genetic data, and a revision is therefore suggested...