Author pages are created from data sourced from our academic publisher partnerships and public sources.
Share This Author
Isolation and structural studies of heparan sulfates and chondroitin sulfates from three species of molluscs.
- H. Nader, T. M. Ferreira, +4 authors C. Dietrich
- Medicine, Chemistry
- The Journal of biological chemistry
- 10 February 1984
The isolation and some structural features of heparan sulfates and chondroitin sulfates from three species of molluscs (Pomacea sp., Tagelus gibbus, and Anomalocardia brasiliana) are reported. It is… Expand
Structural features and anticoagulant activities of a novel natural low molecular weight heparin from the shrimp Penaeus brasiliensis.
- C. Dietrich, J. Paiva, +6 authors H. Nader
- Chemistry, Medicine
- Biochimica et biophysica acta
- 5 August 1999
A natural low molecular weight heparin (8.5 kDa), with an anticoagulant activity of 95 IU/mg by the USP assay, was isolated from the shrimp Penaeus brasiliensis. The crustacean heparin was… Expand
Characteristic distribution of heparan sulfates and chondroitin sulfates in tissues and organs of the ampularidae Pomacea sp.
Abstract The sulfated glycosaminoglycan composition of different tissues and organs of the Ampularidae Pomacea sp. is reported. 1. 1. All the tissues and organs analysed contain chondroitin sulfate… Expand
A correlation between the sulfated glycosaminoglycan concentration and degree of salinity of the “habitat” in fifteen species of the classes Crustacea, Pelecypoda and Gastropoda
Abstract The sulfated glycosaminoglycan concentration and composition were analysed in 15 species of Crustacea, Pelecypoda and Gastropoda living in different degrees of salinity. 1. 1. All the… Expand
A comparative study on the mechanism of the anticoagulant action of mollusc and mammalian heparins.
- J. Paiva, E. Santos, W. Jeske, J. Fareed, H. Nader, C. Dietrich
- Chemistry, Medicine
- Comparative biochemistry and physiology. Part A…
- 1 July 1995
The anticlotting activities on some steps of the coagulation cascade of mollusc and mammalian heparins were studied. AT III-high affinity heparin is a more potent inhibitor than unfractionated… Expand