Question of the Day

Question of the Day – Wednesday March 29, 2017

Question: The reference cited below notes “Histamine fish poisoning, also known as scombroid poisoning, is the most common cause of ichythyotoxicosis worldwide and often results from the ingestion of histamine-contaminated fish in the Scombroidae and Scomberesocidae families, including mackerel, bonito, albacore, and skipjack.” Ingestion of which two fish make up more than 80% of histamine fish poisoning in the United States?

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