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Fungi from marine sponges: diversity, biological activity and secondary metabolites.
Exudation of low molecular weight compounds (thiobismethane, methyl isocyanide and methyl isothiocyanate) as a possible chemical defense mechanism in the marine sponge Ircinia felix.
Marine biologists from the University of Western Australia (UWA), working off the northwest coast of Australia, have observed a rare mating display in which male dolphins offered large marine sponges to females to attract them for mating.
Cathepsin, a major protease of the marine sponge Geodia cydonium: purification of the enzyme and molecular cloning of cDNA.
A new 5a,8a-epidoxy sterol from the Okinawan marine sponge of the Axtnysssa genus.
Physiology, phylogeny and in situ evidence for bacterial and archaeal nitrifiers in the marine sponge Aplysina aerophoba.
For this purpose, the microbial consortia of a marine sponge were sorted by FACS and then subjected to WGA.
Acanthenes A to C: a chloro, isothiocyanate, formamide sesquiterpene triad isolated from the northeastern Pacific marine sponge Acanthella sp.
Anticancer, antichemotactic and antimicrobial activities of marine sponges collected off the coast of Santa Catarina, southern Brazil.
By applying immunocytochemical methods we are able to demonstrate for the first time the occurrence of an endosymbiotic yeast in a marine sponge.
Immunocytochemical detection of integrins [[alpha].sub.3] and [[beta].sub.1] in allografts of the marine sponge, Microciona prolifera (p.

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