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Use of ionizing radiation for the inhibition and removal of cyanotoxins in water: A brief review
Brazilian Journal of Radiation Sciences
Cyanobacteria are an ancient and diverse group of microorganisms, considered as important contributors to the formation of Earth's atmosphere and nitrogen fixation. However, the input of nutrients in water by anthropogenic activities frequently provides cyanobacteria blooms associated with toxic compounds. Secondary metabolites, also called cyanotoxins, are often harmful to wild and domestic life, including humans. The first part of this review focuses on cyanobacteria and their ability todoi:10.15392/bjrs.v9i1a.1457 fatcat:aancgsdmevecvff4xdb7blggh4