Toxin Contamination in Cephalopods

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    Studies for high levels of toxins are routinely done on fish and mollusks to determine if they are safe to eat. Recently several studies are determining if cephalopods are also becoming showing signs of concentrations above safe eating levels.
     
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    ACCUMULATION AND TISSUE DISTRIBUTION OF DOMOIC ACID IN THE COMMON CUTTLEFISH, SÉPIA OFFICINALIS FROM THE SOUTH MOROCCAN COAST.
    Asia Ben haddouch, Hamid Taleb, Hind Elmortaji, Samir Ben Brahim, Btissam Ennafah, Khalid Menchih, Abdeltif Boumaz, Fatima Mzaki, Asmaa Radi, Mohamed Loutfi 2016 (PDF)

     
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    Determination of Toxic Metals in Cephalopods From South Korea
    Eun Yeong Nhoa, Naeem Khana, Ji Yeon Choia, Jae Sung Kima,Kyung Su Parkb & Kyong Su Kima 2015 (PDF)
     
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    Ecotoxicology of early-life stages in the common cuttlefish Sepia officinalis: review and perspectives
    Thomas Lacoue-Labarthe, Charles Le Pabic, Paco Bustamante (Laboratoire Arago, 2016, 66 (1), pp.65-79 pdf)

     
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    A sad reflection of what's happening to our oceans and to the planet as a whole :(
     

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