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Recent Patents and Discovery of Anti-inflammatory Agents from Marine Source.
- Simrin Kapoor, Namrata Nailwal, M. Kumar, K. Barve
- Recent patents on inflammation & allergy drug…
BACKGROUND Inflammation has become pathology in the majority of the prevalent diseases such as diabetes, atherosclerosis, epilepsy and neurodegenerative disorders. Anti-inflammatory drugs work wonder… Expand
Immunomodulatory Potential of a Marine Sponge Spongosorites halichondrioides (Dendy, 1905)
Marine sponges are animals belonging to the Phylum Porifera. They are well known for its medicinal value. However, to prove its efficiency for the clinical utilization, more experimental data will be… Expand
Isolation of Bioactive Proteins from the Marine Sponge Spongosorites halichondriodes (Dendy, 1905)
The marine sponge Spongosorites halichondriodes, collected from Mumbai coastal area, was studied for presence of bioactive proteins. Sponge species was identified based on Spicules morphology. Crude… Expand
Primary characterization of sponge associated bacteria of marine sponges-Halichondria glabrata, Cliona lobata, Spirastrella pachyspira and their antimicrobial properties.
A review of bioactive compounds from marine organisms with special mention on the potential of marine sponges in pharmacological applications
A variety of biologically active compounds with unique structures and pharmacological properties have been reported to occur in marine organisms. Demospongiae, an important class of marine sponge is… Expand
GC-MS Analysis of Some Bioactive Constituents from the Marine Sponge Spongosorites halichondriodes
Sponges have proved to be a rich source of sterols with unusual structural features 1, 2. They are also a rich source of structurally unusual and interesting fatty acids and steryl esters. To analyze… Expand
Investigation of bioactivity of extracts of Marine Sponge, Spongosorites halichondrioides (Dendy, 1905) from western coastal areas of India
Abstract Objective Sponges (phylum Porifera) are sessile marine invertebrates and are known to be the richest source of pharmacologically-active compounds. This work was taken to investigate the… Expand
Selection and Screening of Superior Genotypes for Quality Planting Stock Based on Vegetative Growth Performance of Some Selected 12-Year-Old Acacia Species
Production of quality wood is a big problem in forestry plantation since trees grown in plantation of some high value temperate and tropical hardwood species tend to produce low value, short butt… Expand