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Dinoflagellates involve a various class of flagellated protists found in marine and fresh water. Because of the perplexing way of the marine condition these microorganisms have created novel biosynthetic apparatus for the generation of metabolites with unusual chemical structures and potent biological activities.
These microalgae are related with the generation of numerous marine poisons. A large portion of these toxins are caused by neurotoxins which present themselves with highly specific effects on the nervous system of animals, including humans, by interfering with nerve impulse transmission
Related Journals: Journal of Plankton Research; Microorganisms - Open Access Microbiology Journal; Journal of Toxicology and Environmental Health; International Journal on Algae; Journal of Harmful Algae