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Chemosphere Available online 21 August 2020, Suspect screening of natural toxins in surface and drinking water by high performance liquid chromatography and high-resolution mass spectrometry. 1.

Résumé traduit : Outre la contamination anthropique, les environnements d'eau douce peuvent également être affectés par la présence de toxines naturelles. Les mycotoxines, les toxines végétales et les cyanotoxines sont les groupes les plus importants qui peuvent être trouvés dans le système aquatique. Cependant, jusqu'à présent, seules les cyanotoxines ont été étudiées plus attentivement. Dans le présent travail, un flux de travail unique pour l'évaluation des toxines naturelles dans les eaux, basé sur le dépistage suspect et le dépistage cible d'un groupe sélectionné de toxines est présenté. Les résultats de la quantification de ces composés ont montré des concentrations inférieures à 1 μg / L dans tous les cas, ce qui est considéré comme sûr selon la législation en vigueur. Cette approche de dépistage suspect permet une évaluation plus complète des toxines naturelles dans les eaux naturelles. – guatemalt

Introduction The occurrence of natural toxins in the surface and drinking water reservoirs is a problem of increasing concern for water producers and environmental scientists.

Chemosphere Available online 21 August 2020, Suspect screening of natural toxins in surface and drinking water by high performance liquid chromatography and high-resolution mass spectrometry

Natural toxins are secondary metabolites produced by a multitude of organisms and especially by fungi (fungal toxins or mycotoxins), plants (phytotoxins), bacteria and algae. Natural toxins are naturally synthesized by living organisms and it has been hypothesised that defence or predation mechanisms can be some of the factors ruling their production [1]. The release of natural toxins into the environment, and in particular their occurrence in surface waters, can constitute a hazard for human health due of possible ingestion and/or recreational and bathing activities [2,3]. Several legislations have been implemented around the world.

The availability of high-resolution mass spectrometry techniques (HRMS) opened a new window for the detection of low molecular weight compounds, such as natural toxins. 2. 2.1. 3. WATER 03/06/19 Analysis of Environmental Factors Associated with Cyanobacterial Dominance after River Weir Installation. Following the installation of 16 weirs in South Korea’s major rivers through the Four Rivers Project (2010–2012), the water residence time increased significantly.

WATER 03/06/19 Analysis of Environmental Factors Associated with Cyanobacterial Dominance after River Weir Installation

Accordingly, cyanobacterial blooms have occurred frequently, raising concerns regarding water use and the aquatic ecosystem health. This study analyzed the environmental factors associated with cyanobacterial dominance at four weirs on the Nakdong River through field measurements, and parametric and non-parametric data mining methods. TOXINS 26/07/19 Characterization of Cyanophages in Lake Erie: Interaction Mechanisms and Structural Damage of Toxic Cyanobacteria. Cyanophages are abundant in aquatic environments and play a critical role in bloom dynamics, including regulation of cyanobacteria growth and photosynthesis.

TOXINS 26/07/19 Characterization of Cyanophages in Lake Erie: Interaction Mechanisms and Structural Damage of Toxic Cyanobacteria

In this study, cyanophages from western Lake Erie water samples were screened for lytic activity against the host cell (Microcystis aeruginosa), which also originated from Lake Erie, and identified with real-time sequencing (Nanopore sequencing). M. aeruginosa was mixed with the cyanophages and their dynamic interactions were examined over two weeks using atomic force microscopy (AFM) as well as transmission electron microscopy (TEM), qPCR, phycocyanin and chlorophyll-a production, and optical absorbance measurements. The TEM images revealed a short-tailed virus (Podoviridae) in 300 nm size with unique capsid, knob-like proteins.

ROBERT GORDON UNIVERSITY (Aberdeen) - 1999 - Thèse en ligne: Purification, detection and biological effects of cyanobacterial toxins. Abstract The aesthetic beauty of a landscape is a very subjective issue: every person has their own opinions and their own idea of what beauty is.

ROBERT GORDON UNIVERSITY (Aberdeen) - 1999 - Thèse en ligne: Purification, detection and biological effects of cyanobacterial toxins.

However, all people have a common evolutionary history, and, according to the Biophilia hypothesis, a genetic predisposition to liking certain types of landscapes. It is possible that this common inheritance allows us to attempt to model scenic preference for natural landscapes. The ideal type of model for such predictions is the psychophysical preference model, integrating psychological responses to landscapes with objective measurements of quantitative and qualitative landscape variables.

Plant and Soil 03/04/19 Cyanobacteria and loess—an underestimated interaction. Photochem. Photobiol. Sci., 2020, 19, Revisiting cyanobacterial state transitions. Received 18th November 2019 , Accepted 20th February 2020 First published on 12th March 2020 Photosynthetic organisms are exposed to a fluctuating environment in which light intensity and quality change continuously.

Photochem. Photobiol. Sci., 2020, 19, Revisiting cyanobacterial state transitions

Specific illumination of either photosystem (PSI or PSII) creates an energy imbalance, leading to the reduction or oxidation of the intersystem electron transport chain. This redox imbalance could trigger the formation of dangerous reactive oxygen species. Cyanobacteria, like plants and algae, have developed a mechanism to re-balance this preferential excitation of either reaction center, called state transitions. 1. Light is essential for photosynthetic organisms that harvest solar energy and convert it into chemical energy (ATP) and reducing power (NADPH). In order to efficiently use the incoming light and to avoid damage, sensing and adapting to environmental changes becomes crucial. NEW HAVEN REGISTER 19/05/20 Grant to help study blue-green algae in Candlewood. Edwin Wong, a biology professor at Western Connecticut State University, takes a sample of water from the beach at Lynn Demning Park in New Milford, Thursday, July 21, 2016.

NEW HAVEN REGISTER 19/05/20 Grant to help study blue-green algae in Candlewood

That sample will be tested for toxins. lessEdwin Wong, a biology professor at Western Connecticut State University, takes a sample of water from the beach at Lynn Demning Park in New Milford, Thursday, July 21, 2016. That sample will be tested for ... more Photo: Carol Kaliff / Hearst Connecticut Media Photo: Carol Kaliff / Hearst Connecticut Media Edwin Wong, a biology professor at Western Connecticut State University, takes a sample of water from the beach at Lynn Demning Park in New Milford, Thursday, July 21, 2016.

That sample will be tested for toxins. less. INTECH 06/07/19 Mechanisms of Cyanotoxin Toxicity—Carcinogenicity, Anticancer Potential, and Clinical Toxicology. 1.

INTECH 06/07/19 Mechanisms of Cyanotoxin Toxicity—Carcinogenicity, Anticancer Potential, and Clinical Toxicology

Introduction Cyanoprokaryotes are Gram-negative photosynthetic algae considered to have arisen approximately 3.5 billion years ago [1]. In nature, they are found as single cell species or as colonies rapidly growing in fresh water, all types of aquatic ecosystems, and terrestrial habitats. Cyanobacteria are photosynthetic organisms, and as such, they are considered primary first-level consumers in the food chains in water ecosystems.

Blue-green algae play an important role in carbon and nitrogen balance in the biosphere [2]. More than 90 microcystin isoforms, that are cyclic peptide cyanotoxins, have been described. Cyanotoxins have various chemical structures; thus, their toxic effects are due to different mechanisms. Along with the reports about the toxicity of cyanobacteria metabolites, there are studies describing their anticancer properties, hence, viewing them from a new perspective as novel potential sources for anticancer drug development [19]. 2. 3. 3.1. INTECH 03/04/19 An Overview of Cyanobacteria Harmful Algal Bloom (CyanoHAB) Issues in Freshwater Ecosystems. 2.1.

INTECH 03/04/19 An Overview of Cyanobacteria Harmful Algal Bloom (CyanoHAB) Issues in Freshwater Ecosystems

Abiotic factors Among the abiotic factors, nutrients, including inorganic nitrogen (N) and phosphorus (P), temperature, and light intensity, and hydrodynamic parameters of the water body (turbidity and residue time) have been reported as the most important factors in the proliferation of cyanobacteria [2, 4, 6]. The availability of nutrients such as N and P is essential for the growth of cyanobacteria. For example, field experiments by monitoring surveys of phytoplankton for 3 years (2012–2014) in Lake Erie (U.S.A.) showed that inter-annual differences in the duration, intensity, and toxicity of cyanobacterial blooms in this area were considered related to in-lake and tributary nutrient (N and P) concentrations [2].

Light intensity and quality are other important factors in phytoplankton growth. Harmful Algae Volume 96, June 2020, CyanoTRACKER: A cloud-based integrated multi-platform architecture for global observation of cyanobacterial harmful algal blooms. ENVIRONMENTS 12/02/20 Cyanobacteria: Review of Current Potentials and Applications. The continual increase in the human population and environmental pollution from numerous anthropogenic activities have resulted in various efforts to meet sustainability goals.

ENVIRONMENTS 12/02/20 Cyanobacteria: Review of Current Potentials and Applications

Growing concerns over energy crisis, food security, disease outbreaks, global warming, and other environmental concerns require a solution that is economically viable, sustainable, as well as feasible [1]. Cyanobacteria are known to be the first oxygenic photosynthetic microorganisms on Earth and have contributed to oxygen production in the Earth’s atmosphere over the past 3 billion years [2]. Environmental Sciences Europe volume 21/05/19 Effects of cyanobacterial toxins on the human gastrointestinal tract and the mucosal innate immune system. Climate change is transforming ecosystems and their composition all over the planet.

Environmental Sciences Europe volume 21/05/19 Effects of cyanobacterial toxins on the human gastrointestinal tract and the mucosal innate immune system

Among others, temperate climates in the northern hemisphere are experiencing longer and more intense heat periods in summer and increasing CO2 levels are saturating surface waters with dissolved carbonate. Applied Microbiology and Biotechnology 27/04/19 Role of cyanobacteria in agricultural and industrial sectors: an outlook on economically important byproducts. Abed RMM, Dobretsov S, Sudesh K (2009) Applications of cyanobacteria in biotechnology.

J Appl Microbiol 106(1):1–12Article CAS PubMed Google Scholar Al-Haj L, Lui YT, Abed RMM, Gomaa MA, Purton S (2016) Cyanobacteria as chassis for industrial biotechnology: progress and prospects. Life 6(4):42Article CAS PubMed Central Google Scholar Altieri MA (2018) Agroecology: the science of sustainable agriculture. CRC Press,Anahas AMP, Muralitharan G (2018) Characterization of heterocystous cyanobacterial strains for biodiesel production based on fatty acid content analysis and hydrocarbon production. Energy Convers Manag 157:423–437Article CAS Google Scholar Arteni AA, Ajlani G, Boekema EJ (2009) Structural organisation of phycobilisomes from Synechocystis sp. strain PCC6803 and their interaction with the membrane. Algal Research Volume 41, August 2019, Revealing the potential of cyanobacteria in cosmetics and cosmeceuticals — A new bioactive approach.

WATER 31/05/20 Control of Nuisance Cyanobacteria in Drinking Water Resources Using Alternative Algae-Blocking Mats. The water intake facility of Paldangho Lake (PIF), constructed in 1988, supplies drinking water to the Seoul metropolitan area and satellite city (ca. 20 million inhabitants) in South Korea. A nuisance cyanobacterial bloom (CB) has been observed every year in the PIF. Thus, related governments have been funding the control of CBs and algal-originated materials (AOMs). In this study, an algae-blocking mat (ABM) was developed to protect against CBs and AOMs considering temperature and water depth. WATER 03/06/20 Effects of Harmful Blooms of Large-Sized and Colonial Cyanobacteria on Aquatic Food Webs.

Cyanobacterial blooms are the most important and best studied type of harmful algal blooms in fresh waters and brackish coastal seas. We here review how and to which extent they resist grazing by zooplankton, how zooplankton responds to cyanobacterial blooms and how these effects are further transmitted to fish. Size, toxicity and poor nutritional value are widespread mechanisms of grazing defense by cyanobacteria. In some cases, defenses are inducible, in some they are obligate. However, to some extent zooplankton overcome grazing resistance, partly after evolutionary adaptation. Cyanotoxins are also harmful to fish and may cause fish kills. This is an open access article distributed under the Creative Commons Attribution License which permits unrestricted use, distribution, and reproduction in any medium, provided the original work is properly cited. h2o monitoring VIA YOUTUBE 16/12/19 Nowcast for Fecal Contamination or Cyanobacterial Harmful Algal Blooms.

Adv Exp Med Biol. 2018;1080:155-169. Production of Bioplastic Compounds by Genetically Manipulated and Metabolic Engineered Cyanobacteria. INTECH 15/09/18 Cyanobacteria for PHB Bioplastics Production: A Review. 1. Introduction Bioplastics [1, 2, 3] are either biodegradable, e.g., according to the standard EN13432 [4], or at least partly made from renewable raw materials, e.g., according to ASTM D6866 [5]. Although their market share today is only approx. 2%, they see two-digit growth figures [6]. REMOTE SENSING 28/09/19 Long-Term Spatial and Temporal Monitoring of Cyanobacteria Blooms Using MODIS on Google Earth Engine: A Case Study in Taihu Lake. TOXINS 26/07/19 Characterization of Cyanophages in Lake Erie: Interaction Mechanisms and Structural Damage of Toxic Cyanobacteria. FRONT. ENVIRON. SCI. 28/02/18 Cyanobacterial Farming for Environment Friendly Sustainable Agriculture Practices: Innovations and Perspectives.

Introduction The human population of our planet is projected to reach ~9.7 billion by 2050, and majority of this increased population would be contributed by developing countries of Asia and Africa (DESA UN, 2015). This increase in global population is associated with increased demand of food security in future. To overcome this challenge, the World Health Organization has suggested a doubling of food production by 2050, while the United Nations have suggested a 50% increase in global food production by 2030.

The productivity gains resulted from the “Green Revolution” have essentially reached a plateau, and feeding the increased global population is further challenged by limited availability of agriculture land. The range of non-conventional biotechnological measures involving improvement in CO2 fixation efficiency of crop plants can be used to enhance the food productivity per hectare of agricultural land (Parry and Hawkesford, 2010; Parry et al., 2011). Figure 1. Table 1. WHOI_EDU - Frequently Asked Questions - HARMFUL ALGAE.

What are HABs (Harmful Algal Blooms)? Among the thousands of species of microscopic algae at the base of the marine food chain are a few dozen which produce potent toxins. Water Research Volume 159, 1 August 2019, Removal efficiency of phosphorus, cyanobacteria and cyanotoxins by the “flock & sink” mitigation technique in semi-arid eutrophic waters. WAGENINGEN UNIVERSITY 29/08/18 Rainfall after drought causes explosion of cyanobacteria populations. After months of drought and an increasing deterioration of the water quality due to cyanobacteria, rainfall on 9 August finally brought some relief. However, the rainfall also washed fertiliser into the surface water. In research that they have been conducting since 2010, the researchers investigated the effects of this scenario.

Vie et milieu - Life and environment, 2018, 68 (4): 199-212 Insecticidal prospects of algal and cyanobacterial extracts against the cotton leafworm Spodoptera littoralis. Science of The Total Environment Volume 668, 10 June 2019, Cyanobacteria as regulators of methylmercury production in periphyton. RBRH vol.23 Porto Alegre 2018 Epub Feb 01, 2018 Analysis of the phytoplankton community emphasizing cyanobacteria in four cascade reservoirs system of the Iguazu River, Paraná, Brazil. NATIONAL CENTERS FOR COASTAL OCEAN SCIENCE 06/03/19 Exploring Airborne Health Risks from Cyanobacteria Blooms in Florida. After a November 2018 finding that one type of airborne blue-green algae toxin was likely inhaled deep into human lungs, Florida Gulf Coast University (FGCU) researchers, supported by NOAA’s National Centers for Coastal Ocean Science (NCCOS), have evidence that airborne cyanobacteria toxins may travel more than a mile inland.

MICHIGAN STATE UNIVERSITY 02/04/19 Our first look at a new light absorbing protein in cyanobacteria. LIFE 10/05/19 Developmental Biology in Cyanobacteria. Filamentous, heterocyst-forming cyanobacteria are phototrophic multicellular organisms in which N2-fixing heterocysts and CO2-fixing vegetative cells exchange regulators and nutrients. Upon nitrogen deprivation (perceived as an increase in the cellular C to N ratio), vegetative cells differentiate into heterocysts in a process that involves a specific program of gene expression and results in a heterocyst pattern consisting of two heterocysts separated by about 10 to 15 vegetative cells.

Journal of Environmental Management Volume 224, 15 October 2018, Distribution of cyanobacteria and their interactions with pesticides in paddy field: A comprehensive review. Int. J. Water Res. Environ. Eng. - JUNE 2017 - Risk assessment of cyanobacteria-toxins for small drinking water treatment plants with lake water intakes. HYDROBIOLOGIA - 2019 - The effect of potentially toxic cyanobacteria on ciliates (Ciliophora) FRONT. BIOENG. BIOTECHNOL 27/02/19 New Applications of Synthetic Biology Tools for Cyanobacterial Metabolic Engineering. Introduction Over 1 billion years ago, cyanobacteria began to drive the rise of oxygen in Earth's atmosphere, setting the stage for the evolution of new forms of complex, multicellular organisms (Shih, 2015). More recently, these photosynthetic prokaryotes have come under increasing scrutiny for their potential to sustain the lifestyle of complex eukaryotic lifeforms, this time as potential bioproduction hosts.

Cyanobacteria can efficiently harvest CO2 as a carbon source, powering their metabolic processes by absorption of sunlight, the most abundant form of renewable energy. ERR_EE 13/07/18 Toxic cyanobacteria spreading at multiple Tallinn beaches. Analyses conducted by the Estonian Marine Institute indicated that the concentration of cyanobacteria was highest at Pirita Beach, but also exceeded permitted levels at Pikakari, Kakumäe and Stroomi Beach as well. These beaches are currently flying yellow flags, indicating that swimming there is at one's own risk.

Every swimmer can visually assess the situation for themselves before heading into the water. ERR_EE 10/07/18 Potentially toxic algal blooms detected at Tallinn's Pirita Beach. CELL REPORTS 09/10/18 Growth of Cyanobacteria Is Constrained by the Abundance of Light and Carbon Assimilation Proteins. Brazilian Journal of Botany December 2018, Volume 41, Issue 4, Cyanobacteria from a Brazilian subtropical freshwater water body.

Int. J. Water Res. Environ. Eng. - JUNE 2017 - Risk assessment of cyanobacteria-toxins for small drinking water treatment plants with lake water intakes. Veterinary World 21/08/17 Subchronic toxicity of Nile tilapia with different exposure routes to Microcystis aeruginosa: Histopathology, liver functions, and oxidative stress biomarkers. TOXINS - 2018 - Toxic Cyanobacteria in Svalbard: Chemical Diversity of Microcystins Detected Using a Liquid Chromatography Mass Spectrometry Precursor Ion Screening Method VERMONT DEPARTMENT OF HEALTH - SEPT 2017 - Cyanobacteria frequently asked. TOXINS - 2018 - Toxic Cyanobacteria in Svalbard: Chemical Diversity of Microcystins Detected Using a Liquid Chromatography Mass Spectrometry Precursor Ion Screening Method.

Science of The Total Environment Volume 609, 31 December 2017, The profound effect of harmful cyanobacterial blooms: From food-web and management perspectives. JavaScript is disabled on your browser. Please enable JavaScript to use all the features on this page. Highlights The ‘bathing water profile’ does not reflect the toxicological potential of HABs. Oxford University - 2017 - Cyanobacteria vs green algae: which group has the edge?

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