In Vitro Toxicological Assessment of Cylindrospermopsin: A Review
AbstractCylindrospermopsin (CYN) is a cyanobacterial toxin that is gaining importance, owing to its increasing expansion worldwide and the increased frequency of its blooms. CYN mainly targets the liver, but also involves other organs. Various mechanisms have been associated with its toxicity, such as protein synthesis inhibition, oxidative stress, etc. However, its toxic effects are not yet fully elucidated and additional data for hazard characterization purposes are required. In this regard, in vitro methods can play an important role, owing to their advantages in comparison to in vivo trials. The aim of this work was to compile and evaluate the in vitro data dealing with CYN available in the scientific literature, focusing on its toxicokinetics and its main toxicity mechanisms. This analysis would be useful to identify research needs and data gaps in order to complete knowledge about the toxicity profile of CYN. For example, it has been shown that research on various aspects, such as new emerging toxicity effects, the toxicity of analogs, or the potential interaction of CYN with other cyanotoxins, among others, is still very scarce. New in vitro studies are therefore welcome. View Full-Text
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Pichardo, S.; Cameán, A.M.; Jos, A. In Vitro Toxicological Assessment of Cylindrospermopsin: A Review. Toxins 2017, 9, 402.
Pichardo S, Cameán AM, Jos A. In Vitro Toxicological Assessment of Cylindrospermopsin: A Review. Toxins. 2017; 9(12):402.Chicago/Turabian Style
Pichardo, Silvia; Cameán, Ana M.; Jos, Angeles. 2017. "In Vitro Toxicological Assessment of Cylindrospermopsin: A Review." Toxins 9, no. 12: 402.
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