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Environmental Sciences - Aquatic Sciences | Molluscan Shellfish Safety

Molluscan Shellfish Safety

Sauvé, Gilbert (Ed.)

2014, XXVI, 261 p. 58 illus., 22 illus. in color.

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  • This book covers current molluscan shellfish safety scientific topics
  • International and scientific based requirements for molluscs exportation are discussed
  • Round table conclusions are included

In a time of rapid climatic, industrial and technological changes in molluscan shellfish producing and exporting regions, it is of the utmost importance to keep a keen eye on developing trends. This collection of recent research in molluscan shellfish safety, risk assessment, risk management, regulation and analytical methods presented at the 8th ICMSS (International Conference on Molluscan Shellfish Safety) offers valuable insights in the latest scientific findings.

Content Level » Research

Keywords » Analytical Methods - Bivalve Shellfish Contamination - Marine Toxins - Pathogens in Bivalves - Risk Assessment

Related subjects » Analytical Chemistry - Aquatic Sciences - Food Science & Nutrition - Microbiology - Virology

Table of contents 

1 Recent International Efforts to Improve Bivalve Molluscan Shellfish Safety Iddya Karunasagar  

Part I Management and Regulation/Gestion et la réglementation 

2 Evolution of PSP Toxicity in Shellfish from the Beagle Channel (Tierra del Fuego, Argentina): An Overview
Alejandra Beatriz Goya and Santiago Maldonado  

3 Storage and Detoxification of Bivalve Molluscs as a Tool in a Marketing Strategy
J. Haure, J. Hussenot, F. Buzin, Patrick Lassus, C. Marcaillou, F. Mondeguer, V. S´echet, F. Royer, Zouher Amzil, M. Cardinal, L. Le Grel, A. Mass´e, N.E. Sabiri, J.B. Castaing, and P. Jaouen  

4 Molluscan Shellfish Safety in South America
Dinorah Medina, Alejandra Beatriz Goya, and Claudia Rozas  

5 Mitigating the Impacts of Paralytic Shellfish Poisoning During Harmful Algal Bloom Episodes in the Philippines
Ulysses M. Montojo, Marc Lawrence J. Romero, Ronald Jefferson A. Narceda, and Noime S. Walican  

6 New Zealand Aquaculture Industry Initiative: Collingwood Case Study
Helen Smale  

7 Regulatory Perspective in Translating Science into Policy: Challenges in Utilizing Risk Assessment for the Elaboration of Codex Standards of Shellfish Safety
Hajime Toyofuku

8 Defining a Sampling Strategy for Okadaic Acid (OA) Toxins in Shellfish to Determine the Human Health Status of a Growing Area
Nathalie Wesolek, Franc¸ois-Gilles Carpentier, Dominique Parent-Massin, and Alain-Claude Roudot  

Part II Health Risk Assessment/E´ valuation de risques a` la santé 

9 Contribution of Shellfish Consumption to the Dietary Exposure of the French Population to Chemical Contaminants
Nathalie Arnich, V´eronique Sirot, and Jean-Charles Leblanc

10 Probabilistic Exposure Assessment to Phycotoxins by Recreational Shellfish Harvesters: Results and Influence of Shellfish Species and the Cooking Process
Cyndie Picot, G. Limon, G. Durand, Dominique Parent-Massin, and Alain-Claude Roudot  

11 Vibrio parahaemolyticus Risk Management in Japan
Hajime Toyofuku

12 Distribution of Cd, Pb, As and Hg in Oyster Tissue, Sediment andWater in Lingayen Gulf, Philippines
Reivin T. Vinarao, Gielenny M. Salem, and Rosario J. Ragaza 

Part III Enteric Viruses/Virus ent´eriques 

13 Proposed Draft Guidelines for the Application of General Principles of Food Hygiene to Control of Viruses in Food
Ingeborg L.A. Boxman  

14 Bioaccumulation and Removal Dynamics of Murine Norovirus in Manila Clams (Venerupis philippinarum) and Mussels (Mytilus galloprovincialis)
D. Polo, C. A´ lvarez, J. D´ıez, C.F. Manso, M. Angulo, M.L. Vilari˜no, S. Darriba, A. Longa, and J.L. Romalde  

15 Detection of Enteric Viruses in Shellfish
Gary P. Richards, Dean O. Cliver, and Gail E. Greening  

Part IV Chemical Analytical Methods/M´ethodes d’analyse chimique 

16 Searching for Internal Standard for Chemical Routine Analysis of Lipophilic Shellfish Toxins
Trude S. Guldberg, T. Hatlen, and K. Aarstad  

17 Effect of Dilution Rate on Azadinium spinosum and Azaspiracid (AZA) Production in Pilot Scale

Photobioreactors for the Harvest of AZA1 and -2
T. Jauffrais, V. S´echet, P. Truquet, Zouher Amzil, C. Herrenknecht, and P. Hess  

18 A Comparison of Assay Techniques for the Analysis of Diarrhetic Shellfish Poisoning Toxins in Shellfish
R. Raine, A.M. Wilson, G. Hermann, and J.P. Lacaze

 Part V Metabolism of Toxins in Molluscan Shellfish/M´etabolisme des toxines dans les coquillages 

19 Accumulation of Okadaic Acid and Detoxifying Enzymes in the Digestive Gland of Mytilus galloprovincialis During Exposure to DSP
A. Vidal, Y. Ruiz, P. Su´arez, Ana Alonso Martinez, A.E. Rossignoli, J. Blanco, O. Garcia, and F. San Juan  

Part VI Chemical Contaminants/Polluants chimiques 

20 In Vitro Toxicity and Histopathological Effects Induced in the Mantle Tissue of Males of Mytilus galloprovincialis During Short-Term Exposure to a Tar Mixture
Ana Alonso Martinez, P. Su´arez, Y. Ruiz, A. Vidal, and F. San Juan  

21 Histopathological Alterations of the Mantle of Mytilus galloprovincialis from the Ria of Vigo (NW Spain): Effect of Persistent Chemicals?
Y. Ruiz, P. Su´arez, Ana Alonso Martinez, A. Vidal, and F. San Juan  

Part VII Round Table Summaries 

22 Industry Session: Ensuring Safety and Quality of Bivalves

23 Round Table Summary – Risk Management and Impacts

24 Roundtable Summary – Risk Assessment for Enteric Viruses

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