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Breinlinger, S., T.J. Phillips, B.N. Haram, J. MareŇ°, J.A.M. Yerena, P. Hrouzek, R. Sobotka, W.M. Henderson, P. Schmieder, S.M. Williams, J.D. Lauderdale, et al. 2021. Hunting the eagle killer: A cyanobacterial neurotoxin causes vacuolar myelinopathy. Science 371(6536):7 pp. https://doi.org/10.1126/science.aax9050.
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Reference Number: 35572
Type: Journal Article
Author: Breinlinger, S., T.J. Phillips, B.N. Haram, J. MareŇ°, J.A.M. Yerena, P. Hrouzek, R. Sobotka, W.M. Henderson, P. Schmieder, S.M. Williams, J.D. Lauderdale, et al.
Date (year): 2021
Article Title:Hunting the eagle killer: A cyanobacterial neurotoxin causes vacuolar myelinopathy
Journal Name: Science
Volume: 371
Issue: 6536
Pages: 7 pp
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Keywords: cyanobacterial, neurotoxin, vacuolar myelinopathy, eagle, Hydrilla, Hydrilla verticillata, Aetokthonos hydrillicola, impacts
DOI: 10.1126/science.aax9050
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