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2018-01-01Toxicology of gambierdiscus spp. (dinophyceae) from tropical and temperate Australian watersLarsson, ME; Laczka, OF; Tim Harwood, D; Lewis, RJ; Himaya, SWA; Murray, SA; Doblin, MA
2013-07-15Distribution of the genus Alexandrium (Halim) and paralytic shellfish toxins along the coastline of New South Wales, AustraliaFarrell, H; Brett, S; Ajani, P; Murray, S
2017-05-01A new species of Gambierdiscus (Dinophyceae) from the south-west Pacific: Gambierdiscus honu sp. nov.Rhodes, L; Smith, KF; Verma, A; Curley, BG; Harwood, DT; Murray, S; Kohli, GS; Solomona, D; Rongo, T; Munday, R; Murray, SA
2018-11-01Diarrhetic shellfish toxin monitoring in commercial wild harvest bivalve shellfish in new south wales, AustraliaFarrell, H; Ajani, P; Murray, S; Baker, P; Webster, G; Brett, S; Zammit, A
2010-08-01Biosynthesis of toxic naturally-occurring seafood contaminantsKalaitzis, JA; Chau, R; Kohli, GS; Murray, SA; Neilan, BA
2017-02-01Recent trends in marine phycotoxins from Australian coastal watersAjani, P; Harwood, DT; Murray, A
2009-09-01Differential accumulation of paralytic shellfish toxins from Alexandrium minutum in the pearl oyster, Pinctada imbricataMurray, SA; O'Connor, WA; Alvin, A; Mihali, TK; Kalaitzis, J; Neilan, BA
2016-12-01A new Gambierdiscus species (Dinophyceae) from Rarotonga, Cook Islands: Gambierdiscus cheloniae sp. novSmith, KF; Rhodes, L; Verma, A; Curley, BG; Harwood, DT; Kohli, GS; Solomona, D; Rongo, T; Munday, R; Murray, SA
2015-12-12Polyketide synthesis genes associated with toxin production in two species of Gambierdiscus (Dinophyceae)Kohli, GS; John, U; Figueroa, RI; Rhodes, LL; Harwood, DT; Groth, M; Bolch, CJS; Murray, SA
2017-04-01Characterization of Gambierdiscus lapillus sp. nov. (Gonyaulacales, Dinophyceae): a new toxic dinoflagellate from the Great Barrier Reef (Australia)Kretzschmar, AL; Verma, A; Harwood, T; Hoppenrath, M; Murray, S
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