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Details of Dr. Paulo Joao Vieira VALE   


PERSONAL DATA

Gender male
Job title Researcher
Department Marine Biotoxins Laboratory
Institution
Instituto Portugues do Mar e da Atmosfera ( IPMA)
Av. Brasilia, s/n 1449-006 Lisboa Lisbon 1449-006
Address
Instituto Portugues do Mar e da Atmosfera Av. Brasilia, s/n 1449-006 Lisboa
Lisbon
1449-006
Portugal
Tel 351-213027000
Fax 351-213015948
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Website http://www.ipma.pt/
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PROFESSIONAL DATA

Degree Ph.D., B.Sc.
Job type Research , Natural Resource Management
Research Area(s) Fisheries, Aquaculture , Fisheries, Aquaculture
Research Activities Detection and determination of paralytic shellfish poisoning (PSP); amnesic shellfish poisoning (ASP) and diarrhetic shellfish poisoning (DSP)toxins in shellfish by HPLC, LC-MS and ELISA. Transfer and transformation of marine toxins in the food web (phytoplankton, shellfish, fish). Microalgae cultures. Gymnodinium catenatum, Alexandrium minutum, Dinophysys acuta, D. acuminata, P. lima
Research Region Portuguese coast, Morrocan coast, Madeira Arquipelago
Skills/Expertise HPLC LC-MS ELISA
PUBLICATIONS (as reported by Dr. Paulo VALE)

Vale, P., 2015. Effects of light quality and nutrient availability on accumulation of mycosporine-like amino acids in Gymnodinium catenatum (Dinophycea). J. Photochem. Photobiol. B, 143, 20-29.
Vale, P., 2012. Two simple models for accounting mussel contamination with diarrhetic shellfish poisoning toxins at Aveiro lagoon: control by rainfall and atmospheric forcing. Estuarine, Coastal and Shelf Science, 98, 94-100.
3. Vale, P., 2011. Marine biotoxins and blue mussel: one of the most troublesome species during harmful algal blooms. In: L.E. McGevin (Ed.), Mussels: anatomy, habitat and environmental impact, Nova Science Publishers, Inc., Hauppauge, NY, USA, pp. 413-428.
Vale, P., Rangel, I., Silva, B., Coelho, P., Vilar, A., 2009. Atypical profiles of paralytic shellfish poisoning toxins in shellfish from Luanda and Mussulo bays, Angola. Toxicon, 53, 176-183.
2. Vale, P., 2007. Chemistry of diarrhetic shellfish poisoning toxins. In: Botana, L. and Hui, Y.H. (eds.), Phycotoxins: Chemistry and Biochemistry, Blackwell Publishing, Ames-Iowa, USA, pp. 211-221.
Vale, P., 2002. Development of commercial immunoassays for seafood poisonings. In: Fingerman, M., Nagabhushanam, R. (eds.) Recent Advances in Marine Biotechnology. Science Publishers, Inc., New Hampshire, USA, Vol. 7 (Seafood safety and human health), pp. 89-106.
Vale, P. and Sampayo, M.A.M., 2000. Dinophysistoxin-2: a rare diarrhetic toxin associated with Dinophysis acuta. Toxicon, 38 (11), 1599-1606.
Vale, P., Taleb, H., 2005. Assessment of quantitative determination of paralytic shellfish poisoning toxins by pre-column derivatization and elimination of interfering compounds by SPE extraction. Food Additives and Contaminants, 22 (9), 838-846.
Vale, P. and Sampayo, M.A.M., 1999a. Esters of okadaic acid and dinophysistoxin-2 in Portuguese bivalves related to human poisonings. Toxicon, 37 (8), 1109-1121.
Vale, P. and Sampayo, M.A.M., 2002d. First confirmation of human diarrhoeic poisonings by okadaic acid esters after ingestion of razor clams (Solen marginatus) and green crabs (Carcinus maenas) in Aveiro Lagoon, Portugal and detection of okadaic acid esters in phytoplankton. Toxicon, 40 (7), 989-996.
Vale, P. and Sampayo, M.A.M., 2002c. Pectenotoxin-2 seco acid, 7-epi-pectenotoxin-2 seco acid and pectenotoxin-2 in shellfish and plankton from Portugal. Toxicon, 40 (7), 979-987.
Vale, P. and Sampayo, M.A.M., 2001b. Domoic acid in Portuguese shellfish and fish. Toxicon, 39 (6), 893-904.
Vale, P., 2013. Can solar/geomagnetic activity restrict the occurrence of some shellfish poisoning outbreaks? The example of PSP caused by Gymnodinium catenatum at the Atlantic Portuguese coast. Biophysics, 58 (4), 710-725.
Vale, P. and Sampayo, M.A.M., 2001a. Determination of paralytic shellfish toxins in Portuguese shellfish by automated pre-column oxidation. Toxicon, 39 (4), 561-571.
Vale, P., 2010. Saxitoxin analogues: developments in toxin chemistry, detection and biotransformation during the 2000�s. Phytochemistry reviews, 9 (4), 525-535.
Vale, P., 2013. Can solar/geomagnetic activity restrict the occurrence of some shellfish poisoning outbreaks? The example of PSP caused by Gymnodinium catenatum at the Atlantic Portuguese coast. Biophysics, 58 (4), 554?567.
Vale, P., 2004a. Differential dynamics of dinophysistoxins and pectenotoxins between blue mussel and common cockle: a phenomenon originating from the complex toxin profile of Dinophysis acuta. Toxicon, 44 (2), 123-134.
Vale, P. and Sampayo, M.A.M., 2003a. Seasonality of diarrhetic shellfish poisoning at a coastal lagoon in Portugal: rainfall patterns and folk wisdom. Toxicon, 41 (2), 187-197.
Vale, P., 2011. Biotoxinas emergentes em águas europeias e novos riscos para a saúde pública. Rev. Port. de Saúde Pública, 29 (01), 77-87.
Vale, P., Botelho, M.J., Rodrigues, S.M., Gomes, S.S., Sampayo, M.A.M., 2008. Two decades of marine biotoxin monitoring in bivalves from Portugal (1986-2006): a review of exposure assessment. Harmful Algae, 7 (1), 11-25.


Created: 2001-01-27 Last Updated: 2016-06-27 by Paulo VALE