Pedro Costa
Pedro Costa
IPMA - Instituto Português do Mar e da Atmosfera
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Effect of sexual maturation on the tissue biochemical composition of Octopus vulgaris and O. defilippi (Mollusca: Cephalopoda)
R Rosa, PR Costa, ML Nunes
Marine Biology 145 (3), 563-574, 2004
BMAA in shellfish from two Portuguese transitional water bodies suggests the marine dinoflagellate< i> Gymnodinium catenatum</i> as a potential BMAA source
S Lage, PR Costa, T Moita, J Eriksson, U Rasmussen, SJ Rydberg
Aquatic Toxicology 152, 131-138, 2014
Characterization of intracellular and extracellular saxitoxin levels in both field and cultured Alexandrium spp. samples from Sequim Bay, Washington
KA Lefebvre, BD Bill, A Erickson, KA Baugh, L O’Rourke, PR Costa, ...
Marine drugs 6 (2), 103-116, 2008
Accumulation, transformation and tissue distribution of domoic acid, the amnesic shellfish poisoning toxin, in the common cuttlefish,< i> Sepia officinalis</i>
PR Costa, R Rosa, A Duarte-Silva, V Brotas, MAM Sampayo
Aquatic toxicology 74 (1), 82-91, 2005
Comparative determination of paralytic shellfish toxins (PSTs) using five different toxin detection methods in shellfish species collected in the Aleutian Islands, Alaska
PR Costa, KA Baugh, B Wright, R RaLonde, SL Nance, N Tatarenkova, ...
Toxicon 54 (3), 313-320, 2009
Domoic acid accumulation in the sardine Sardina pilchardus and its relationship to Pseudo-nitzschia diatom ingestion
PR Costa, S Garrido
Marine ecology progress series 284, 261-268, 2004
A potential vector of domoic acid: the swimming crab< i> Polybius henslowii</i> Leach (Decapoda-brachyura)
PR Costa, SM Rodrigues, MJ Botelho, MAM Sampayo
Toxicon 42 (2), 135-141, 2003
Changes in tissue biochemical composition and energy reserves associated with sexual maturation in the ommastrephid squids Illex coindetii and Todaropsis eblanae
R Rosa, PR Costa, N Bandarra, ML Nunes
The Biological Bulletin 208 (2), 100-113, 2005
Cephalopods as Vectors of Harmful Algal Bloom Toxins in Marine Food Webs
VM Lopes, AR Lopes, P Costa, R Rosa
Marine drugs 11 (9), 3381-3409, 2013
Characterization of paralytic shellfish toxins in seawater and sardines (Sardina pilchardus) during blooms of Gymnodinium catenatum
PR Costa, MJ Botelho, KA Lefebvre
Hydrobiologia 655 (1), 89-97, 2010
Tissue distribution of the amnesic shellfish toxin, domoic acid, in Octopus vulgaris from the Portuguese coast
PR Costa, R Rosa, MAM Sampayo
Marine Biology 144 (5), 971-976, 2004
Detection of domoic acid, the amnesic shellfish toxin, in the digestive gland of Eledone cirrhosa and E. moschata (Cephalopoda, Octopoda) from the Portuguese coast
PR Costa, R Rosa, J Pereira, MAM Sampayo
Aquatic Living Resources 18 (04), 395-400, 2005
Biotransformation modulation and genotoxicity in white seabream upon exposure to paralytic shellfish toxins produced by< i> Gymnodinium catenatum</i>
PR Costa, P Pereira, S Guilherme, M Barata, L Nicolau, MA Santos, ...
Aquatic Toxicology 106, 42-47, 2012
Biochemical dynamics of spermatogenesis and oogenesis in< i> Eledone cirrhosa</i> and< i> Eledone moschata</i>(Cephalopoda: Octopoda)
R Rosa, PR Costa, J Pereira, ML Nunes
Comparative Biochemistry and Physiology Part B: Biochemistry and Molecular …, 2004
Uptake, transfer and elimination kinetics of paralytic shellfish toxins in common octopus (< i> Octopus vulgaris</i>)
VM Lopes, M Baptista, T Repolho, R Rosa, PR Costa
Aquatic Toxicology 146, 205-211, 2014
Distribution and selective elimination of paralytic shellfish toxins in different tissues of< i> Octopus vulgaris</i>
A Monteiro, PR Costa
Harmful Algae 10 (6), 732-737, 2011
Matrix effect on paralytic shellfish toxins quantification and toxicity estimation in mussels exposed to Gymnodinium catenatum
MJ Botelho, C Vale, AM Mota, SM Rodrigues, PR Costa, ...
Food Additives & Contaminants: Part A 27 (12), 1724-1732, 2010
Matrix effect on paralytic shellfish toxins quantification and toxicity estimation in mussels exposed to Gymnodinium catenatum
C Vale, MJ Botelho, A Mota, S Rodrigues, P Costa, M Gonçalves
Taylor & Francis, 2010
Accumulation of paralytic shellfish toxins in digestive gland of< i> Octopus vulgaris</i> during bloom events including the dinoflagellate< i> Gymnodinium catenatum</i>
PR Costa, MJ Botelho, SM Rodrigues
Marine pollution bulletin 58 (11), 1747-1750, 2009
Estimating the contribution of N-sulfocarbamoyl paralytic shellfish toxin analogs GTX6 and C3+ 4 to the toxicity of mussels (< i> Mytilus galloprovincialis</i>) over a bloom of …
PR Costa, T Moita, SM Rodrigues
Harmful Algae 31, 35-40, 2014
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