Complete genome and toxin genes of the microalgae from the Oder River disaster decoded

In the summer of 2022, around 1,000 tons of fish, mussels and snails died in the River Oder. Although the disaster was manmade, the immediate cause of death was the toxin of a microalgae with the scientific collective name Prymnesium parvum, often referred to as “golden algae.”

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