Journal Topical Advisory Panel

Section Topical Advisory Panel Members for 'Marine and Freshwater Toxins' (6)

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Dr. Elisabete Valério

Departamento de Saúde Ambiental, Instituto Nacional de Saúde Doutor Ricardo Jorge. Avenida Padre Cruz, 1649-016 Lisboa, Portugal
Interests: cyanotoxins; toxicity mechanisms; proteomics; toxin genes; gene expression
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Dr. Ricardo Leite
Head of Genomics Unit, Instituto Gulbenkian de Ciência, Oeiras, Portugal
Interests: gene/genome evolution; Metabolic pathways; toxin diversity; mechanism of toxin evolution; marine metagenomics; genomics; single cell technology; host/parasite interactions; bioinformatics; enzymes; synthesis of anti-parasitic compounds; micro fluids; organic electronic
Dr. Toshiyuki Suzuki
Fisheries Technology Institute, National Research and Development Agency, Japan Fisheries Research and Education Agency, Yokohama 236-8648, Japan
Interests: marine algal toxins and metabolites in shellfish; analytical chemistry; seafood safety; monitoring and risk evaluation; reference materials
Dr. Yves Terrat

Quebec Centre for Biodiversity Science, University of Montreal, Montreal, Canada
Interests: evolution of toxins; transcriptomic; harmfull algae; cyanobacteria; microcystis; snakes; cone snails
Dr. Olga A. Koksharova
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Belozersky Instutute of Physical-Chemical Biology, Lomonosov Moscow State University and Senior Researcher at Institute of Molecular Genetics, Russian Academy of Sciences, 119991 Moscow, Russia
Interests: cyanobacteria's genetics; analyzing the structures and functions of genes responsible for cell division; the primary metabolic processes in cyanobacterial cells; nitrogen fixation; cell differentiation; photosynthesis; the formation of toxins
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Dr. Kichul Cho
National Marine Biodiversity Institute of Korea, Korea
Interests: risk assessment; adverse outcome pathway; phycotoxin; microalgae; red tide; cyanobacteria; toxins-related biomaterials; toxic mechanism; hormetic effect; aquatic organism; toxic isotope
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