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Phylogenetic and proteomic analysis of an anaerobic toluene‐degrading community
Aims:  This study intended to unravel the physiological interplay in an anaerobic microbial community that degrades toluene under sulfate‐reducing conditions combining proteomic and geneticExpand
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Indoloditerpenes from a marine-derived fungal strain of Dichotomomyces cejpii with antagonistic activity at GPR18 and cannabinoid receptors.
A marine-derived strain of Dichotomomyces cejpii produces the new compounds emindole SB beta-mannoside (1) and 27-O-methylasporyzin C (2), as well as the known indoloditerpenes JBIR-03 (3) andExpand
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Review of Family Business Definitions: Cluster Approach and Implications of Heterogeneous Application for Family Business Research
This review article displays several attempts to define family businesses as well as a systematization approach to get new insights about the relationship between family business definitions andExpand
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Expert insights on the determinants of cooperation in family firms in tourism and hospitality sector
Despite the inherent differences between family and non-family firms and heterogeneity among family companies, family involvement is under-researched in organizational studies, which limits theExpand
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Aβ-42 lowering agents from the marine-derived fungus Dichotomomyces cejpii
The ascomycete Dichotomomyces cejpii was isolated from the marine sponge Callyspongia cf. C. flammea. Three new steroids (1-3), two of which are present as glycosides, with an untypical pattern ofExpand
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GPR18 Inhibiting Amauromine and the Novel Triterpene Glycoside Auxarthonoside from the Sponge-Derived Fungus Auxarthron reticulatum.
The marine sponge-derived fungus Auxarthron reticulatum produces the cannabinoid receptor antagonist amauromine (1). Recultivation of the fungus to obtain further amounts for more detailedExpand
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Analysis of the Genome and Metabolome of Marine Myxobacteria Reveals High Potential for Biosynthesis of Novel Specialized Metabolites
Comparative genomic/metabolomic analysis is a powerful tool to disclose the potential of microbes for the biosynthesis of novel specialized metabolites. In the group of marine myxobacteria only aExpand
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Draft Genome Sequence of Zobellia sp. Strain OII3, Isolated from the Coastal Zone of the Baltic Sea
ABSTRACT Zobellia sp. strain OII3 was isolated from a marine environmental sample due to its heterotrophic lifestyle, i.e., using Escherichia coli cells as prey. It shows strong agar-lytic activity.Expand
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Antimicrobial Dialkylresorcins from Marine-Derived Microorganisms: Insights into Their Mode of Action and Putative Ecological Relevance.
Zobellia galactanivorans has been reported as a seaweed-associated or marine-derived species with largely unknown secondary metabolites. The combination of bioinformatic analysis and MS- andExpand
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Biosynthetic Studies on Acetosellin and Structure Elucidation of a New Acetosellin Derivative.
Natural products from fungi, especially Ascomycota, play a major role in therapy and drug discovery. Fungal strains originating from marine habitats offer a new avenue for finding unusual molecularExpand
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