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Fish Killer Caught? Ephemeral Pfiesteria compound surfaces

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8:43am, January 17, 2007

A team of researchers claims to have found an elusive algal toxin implicated in massive fish kills along the Mid-Atlantic coast in the 1990s. They say that the compound's characteristics explain why it has been so difficult to track down. Other researchers, however, remain skeptical.

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