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Endophytic fungi: a reservoir of antibacterials
Multidrug drug resistant bacteria are becoming increasingly problematic particularly in the under developed countries of the world. The most important microorganisms that have seen a geometric rise… Expand
Anti‐Inflammatory and Anticancer Activity of Ergoflavin Isolated from an Endophytic Fungus
- S. K. Deshmukh, P. Mishra, +7 authors R. Vishwakarma
- Biology, Medicine
- Chemistry & biodiversity
- 1 May 2009
Biodiversity is a major resource for identification of new molecules with specific therapeutic activities. To identify such an active resource, high throughput screening (HTS) of the extracts… Expand
Marine Fungi: A Source of Potential Anticancer Compounds
Metabolites from marine fungi have hogged the limelight in drug discovery because of their promise as therapeutic agents. A number of metabolites related to marine fungi have been discovered from… Expand
Endophytic Fungi: A Source of Potential Antifungal Compounds
The emerging and reemerging forms of fungal infections encountered in the course of allogeneic bone marrow transplantations, cancer therapy, and organ transplants have necessitated the discovery of… Expand
Nonribosomal Peptides from Marine Microbes and Their Antimicrobial and Anticancer Potential
- Shivankar Agrawal, D. Acharya, A. Adholeya, C. Barrow, S. K. Deshmukh
- Biology, Medicine
- Front. Pharmacol.
- 21 November 2017
Marine environments are largely unexplored and can be a source of new molecules for the treatment of many diseases such as malaria, cancer, tuberculosis, HIV etc. The Marine environment is one of the… Expand
Marine fungi: An untapped bioresource for future cosmeceuticals
Abstract A number of useful metabolites with cosmeceutical potential have been reported from marine sources over the last several years. Marine life, particularly sponge, algae, tunicates, bacteria… Expand
The Pharmacological Potential of Non-ribosomal Peptides from Marine Sponge and Tunicates
Marine biodiversity is recognized by a wide and unique array of fascinating structures. The complex associations of marine microorganisms, especially with sponges, bryozoans, and tunicates, make it… Expand
Arthrichitin. A New Cell Wall Active Metabolite from Arthrinium phaeospermum.
Development of a novel myconanomining approach for the recovery of agriculturally important elements from jarosite waste.
- Ankita Bedi, B. Singh, S. K. Deshmukh, N. Aggarwal, C. Barrow, A. Adholeya
- Chemistry, Medicine
- Journal of environmental sciences
- 7 October 2017
In this study, an ecofriendly and economically viable waste management approach have been attempted towards the biosynthesis of agriculturally important nanoparticles from jarosite waste. Aspergillus… Expand
Exophiarin, an isocoumarin from the fungus Exophiala sp. with antihyperglycemic activity.
- Akash Gohil, S. K. Deshmukh, Vaishali Bhattacharya, Rahul R Lavhale, S. Verekar, Abhijeet S. Kate
- Medicine, Chemistry
- Natural product research
- 6 June 2019
Chemical characterization of ethyl acetate extract of Exophiala sp. has afforded the isolation of three compounds including a new isocoumarin named exophiarin (1). Exophiala sp. was obtained from the… Expand