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Title: Development & implementation of the Phytotest project
Authors: Kavanagh, S.
Brennan, C.
Lyons, C.
Chamberlain, T.
Salas, R.
Moran, S.
Silke, J.
Maher, M.
Keywords: Phytotest
Issue Date: 2008
Publisher: Marine Institute
Citation: Kavanagh, S., Brennan, C., Lyons, J., Chamberlain, T., Salas, R., Moran, S., Silke, J. and Maher, M. (2008). Development & implementation of the Phytotest project. In: "Proceedings of the 8th Irish Shellfish Safety Scientific Workshop", Marine Environment and Health Series No. 33, Marine Institute, pp. 36-43.
Series/Report no.: Marine Environment and Health Series;33
Abstract: Phytotest is a 3-year research and development project funded through the Marine Institute Strategic Research Programme in Advanced Technologies as part of the National Development plan 2000-2006. The project is a collaboration between the National Diagnostics Centre at NUI Galway and the MI and involves the development of real-time PCR assays for Dinophysis and Pseudo-nitzschia species that are important in Irish waters. In the current final phase of the project, the real-time PCR assays are being transferred to the MI to support the phytoplankton monitoring service.
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