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Fatal methane and cyanide poisoning as a result of handling industrial fish: a case report and review of the literature
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    Toxin production in fishing vessels

    Dear Editor,

    I was very interested to read your article which was based on work we carried out a number of years ago. We feel it is important that the safety aspects of handling fish under the conditions described in the work are widely publicised.

    If readers would like a more detailed account of the work carried out they will find it in: James, S.J., James, C , Jones, S & Swain, M.J. 2000 Toxin productio...

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