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Histopathology and microcystin distribution in Lymnaea stagnalis (Gastropoda) following toxic cyanobacterial or dissolved microcystin-LR exposure

Histopathology and microcystin distribution in Lymnaea stagnalis (Gastropoda) following toxic cyanobacterial or dissolved microcystin-LR exposure

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LANCE, Emilie, Celine JOSSO, Daniel DIETRICH, Bernhard ERNST, Chrystelle PATY, Fabrice SENGER, Myriam BORMANS, Claudia GÉRARD, 2010. Histopathology and microcystin distribution in Lymnaea stagnalis (Gastropoda) following toxic cyanobacterial or dissolved microcystin-LR exposure. In: Aquatic Toxicology. 98(3), pp. 211-220. ISSN 0166-445X. eISSN 1879-1514

@article{Lance2010-07-01Histo-436, title={Histopathology and microcystin distribution in Lymnaea stagnalis (Gastropoda) following toxic cyanobacterial or dissolved microcystin-LR exposure}, year={2010}, doi={10.1016/j.aquatox.2010.02.014}, number={3}, volume={98}, issn={0166-445X}, journal={Aquatic Toxicology}, pages={211--220}, author={Lance, Emilie and Josso, Celine and Dietrich, Daniel and Ernst, Bernhard and Paty, Chrystelle and Senger, Fabrice and Bormans, Myriam and Gérard, Claudia} }

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