Ecological roles for water-borne metabolites from Antarctic soft corals
- M. Slattery, M. Hamann, J. McClintock, T. L. Perry, M. Puglisi, W. Yoshida
- Environmental Science
- 31 December 1997
The organic fraction of seawater collected near this soft coral showed potent antibacterial activity, andctions support the release of waterborne allelochemicals by these 2 species.
Marine Natural Products as Antituberculosis Agents
- K. A. Sayed, P. Bartyzel, Xiaoyu Shen, T. L. Perry, J. Zjawiony, M. Hamann
- 11 February 2000
Marine natural products as prototype agrochemical agents.
- Jiangnan Peng, Xiaoyu Shen, Margaret A. Wideman
- BiologyJournal of Agricultural and Food Chemistry
- 9 April 2003
Several new classes of compounds have been shown to be insecticidal, herbicidal, and fungicidal, which suggests that marine natural products represent an intriguing source for the discovery of new agrochemical agents.
Marine Natural Products as Prototype Insecticidal Agents
- K. A. Sayed, D. C. Dunbar, Margaret A. Wideman
- 16 July 1997
In an attempt to characterize additional structural classes that could serve as prototypes for insecticides, 26 structurally diverse marine compounds were examined for insecticidal activity in a di...
Debromosceptrin, an alkaloid from the Caribbean sponge Agelas conifera.
- X. Shen, T. L. Perry, C. Dunbar, M. Kelly-Borges, M. Hamann
- ChemistryJournal of Natural Products
- 31 July 1998
The dihydrochloride salt of a new symmetrical pyrrole dimer debromosceptrin, and two known pyr role analogues were isolated from the Caribbean sponge Agelas coniferacollected from Belize and showed marginal inhibition of Mycobacterium tuberculosis.
New peroxylactones from the Jamaican sponge Plakinastrella onkodes, with inhibitory activity against the AIDS opportunistic parasitic infection Toxoplasma gondii
- T. L. Perry, Amiee Dickerson, M. Hamann
- Chemistry, Biology
- 18 February 2001