easy-to-perform tests for toxins, microorganisms, and chemicals [e.g., stick test for ciguatera, deoxyribonucleic acid (DNA) probes for specific viruses and bacteria, and instrumental chemical analysis] must be developed. The current programs for testing water and seafoods for potentially dangerous chemicals should be broadened to provide a satisfactory data base for regulation and control.
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