domoic acid

domoic acid
An excitatory amino acid transmitter.

Dictionary of molecular biology. 2004.

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  • Domoic acid — Identifiers CAS number 14277 97 5 …   Wikipedia

  • domoic acid — noun a neurotoxin that is deadly for humans; found in various marine algae • Hypernyms: ↑neurotoxin, ↑neurolysin * * * də¦mōik noun Etymology: part translation of Japanese dōmoi san, from dōmoi, a name for the alga Chondria armata + san acid : a… …   Useful english dictionary

  • domoic acid — do·mo·ic acid də mō ik n a neurotoxic analog C15H21NO6 of glutamic acid that is produced by some diatoms (esp. genus Pseudonitzschia) and has caused poisoning in vertebrates (as whales, birds, and humans) that have consumed diatom contaminated… …   Medical dictionary

  • domoic acid — noun Etymology: Japanese dōmoi, the alga Chondria armata Date: 1982 a neurotoxin C15H21NO6 that is produced by some diatoms (especially genus Pseudonitzchia) and has caused poisoning in vertebrates (as sea lions, birds, and humans) that have… …   New Collegiate Dictionary

  • domoic acid — noun A neurotoxin associated with some algal blooms …   Wiktionary

  • domoic — adjective Of or pertaining to domoic acid or its derivatives …   Wiktionary

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  • Kainic acid — Chembox new Reference = [ Merck Index , 11th Edition, 5157] ImageFile = Kainic acid.png ImageSize = IUPACName = (2S,3S,4S) 3 (carboxymethyl) 4 prop 1 en 2 ylpyrrolidine 2 carboxylic acid OtherNames = 2 Carboxy 3 carboxymethyl 4 isopropenyl… …   Wikipedia

  • Amnesic shellfish poisoning — (ASP) is a human illness caused by consumption of the marine biotoxin called domoic acid.[1] This toxin is produced naturally by marine diatoms belonging to the genus Pseudo nitzschia and the species Nitzschia navis varingica. When accumulated in …   Wikipedia

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