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Title: Studies on toxic substances implicated to fishery food poisoning in Taiwa
Authors: Deng-Fwu Hwang
Contributors: 國立臺灣海洋大學:食品科學系
Keywords: Hypervitamin A
Tetrodotoxin
Paralytic shellfish poisons
Carp bile toxin
Histamine
Date: 2003
Issue Date: 2016-11-16T03:20:06Z
Publisher: Journal of the Fisheries Society of Taiwan
Abstract: Abstract: Some fish toxins of health concern in Taiwan are reviewed. From 1986 to 2002, the reported causative agents of fishery food poisoning incidents were tetrodotoxin (TIX, about 30 outbreaks), paralytic shellfish poisons (PSP, 3 outbreaks), grass carp bile toxins (sporadically), ciguateric toxins (about 1 outbreak per year), excess dose of vitamin A (2 outbreaks), histamine (more than 50utbreaks), pyropheophorbide a (1 outbreak), fish roe of Ascrossochelius paradoxus (1 outbreak), and allergens (sporadically). Among them, health issue ofTIX in Taiwan is the most hazardous problem. The distribution, food chain and intoxification mechanism of TIX and PSP in marine animals are elucidated. The causative agents in other related food poisoning incidents were identified. This review focuses to elucidate the causative agents and describe the results of related researches.
Relation: 30(3)
URI: http://ntour.ntou.edu.tw:8080/ir/handle/987654321/38934
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