Marine biotoxins are chemical contaminants naturally produced by certain types of algae and other microorganisms, e.g. bacteria. They can enter the food chain mainly through the consumption of fish and other seafood such as molluscs and crustaceans. Climate and temperature strongly influence their presence in marine and freshwater environments.

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