Review of global distribution of dinophysis shellfish toxin (DST) measurements in marine animals, in Dinophysis (culture and field sampling) and in SPATT
|Temporal extent||1978 -2020|
|Author(s)||Gaillard Sylvain1, Hegaret Helene2, Hess Philipp1|
|Affiliation(s)||1 : Ifremer, Dept ODE, Unité DYNECO, Lab Phycotoxines, Centre Atlantique, Nantes, France
2 : University of Brest, France
|Keyword(s)||Dinophysis, Toxin, Okadaic acid, Pectenotoxin, Dinophysis toxin, Analysis, World, Coordinates|
The table represents the global and regional distribution of DST measurements in marine animals, in Dinophysis cells from field sampling and in culture, as well as in the seawater (using solid phase adsorption toxin tracking, SPATT). The data encompass the locations, species and toxin profiles of Dinophysis spp. or taxa when marine animals were analyzed. Data were obtained and updated from Lee et al. (1989), Blanco et al. (2005), Reguera and Pizarro (2008), Reguera et al. (2012a) and Reguera et al. (2014). Scientific publications on Dinophysis occurrences but without associated toxin profiles or quantifications were not included. Toxin content of Dinophysis spp. were reported in a per cell basis (pg cell-1) or in few cases in per volume (ng mL-1), when the concentration in a per cell basis was not available in the publications, while in marine animals, presence or absence of the toxins were shown. Marine animals are grouped by taxa (e.g. C. gigas and C. virginica = oysters). This work represents 461 records (from 1978 to July 2020) from 163 scientific publications, conference papers, reports and conference abstracts.