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Mitogenicity of the earthworm's (Eisenia foetida) insulin-like proteins.
A new source of biologically active compounds--earthworm tissue (Eisenia foetida, Lumbricus rubelus).
Fibrinolytic and anticoagulative activities from the earthworm Eisenia foetida.
Stimulation of growth factor synthesis in skin wounds using tissue extract (G‐90) from the earthworm Eissenia foetida
This study examined the efficacy of a glycolipoprotein tissue homogenate extract from Eisenia foetida to activate signal transduction pathways, leading to wound healing.
Alternative Sources of Fibrinolytic, Anticoagulative, Antimicrobial and Anticancer Molecules
- E. Cooper, T. Hrzenjak, M. Grdiša
- Biology, MedicineInternational journal of immunopathology and…
- 1 September 2004
Assays of tissue homogenates of earthworm (Eisenia foetida) have revealed a glycolipoprotein mixture referred to as G-90 that is composed of macromolecules with medical and pharmaceutical applications that exerts strong fibrinolytic and anticoagulative activity capable of lysing fibrin clots.
Glycolipoprotein G-90 obtained from the earthworm Eisenia foetida exerts antibacterial activity.
G-90 is a glycolipoprotein mixture obtained from the tissue homogenate of earthworm Eisenia foetida which exhibits pleiotropic biological functions which exhibits antibacterial activity and may be of interest for clinical investigations in veterinary and human medicine.
Glycolipoprotein extract (G-90) from earthworm Eisenia foetida exerts some antioxidative activity.
Adhesins of immunoglobulin-like superfamily from earthworm Eisenia foetida.
Fibrinolytic activity of earthworms extract (g-90) on lysis of fibrin clots originated from the venous blood of patients with malignant tumors
The influence of G-90 on the fibrinolysis rate does not depend only on its concentration, but depends too on histological type of tissue (organ) where the malignant tumors are located, so the influence of Enzyme P I and P II do not show this activity.