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About the Laboratory
The Environmental Health Program collaborates with scientists at the Organic Geochemistry Research Laboratory (OGRL) in Lawrence, Kansas, to develop and employ targeted and non-targeted analytical methods for identification and quantitation of known and understudied algal/cyanobacterial toxins. The laboratory contructed in 2019 is a 2,500 square foot modern laboratory facility with enhanced capabilities for algal toxin detection and increased throughput. This research is used to meet the growing demand for reliable algal toxin data and better definition of potential human and wildlife health effect thresholds of toxin exposure.
Current Algal/Cyanobacterial Toxins Capabilities
Below are data associated with this project.
Below are publications associated with this project.