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Potential anticancer activity of biogenic silver nanoparticles using leaf extract of Rhynchosia suaveolens: an insight into the mechanism
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The findings suggested that biogenic RS-AgNPs provide an alternative approach to overcome several limitations of chemotherapy.
Effects of dissolved oxygen levels on survival and growth in vitro of Haliclona pigmentifera (Demospongiae)
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Investigation of the effects of variable DO levels on the survival of the marine sponge, Haliclona pigmentifera (Demospongiae), with no external nutritional supplementation in closed type incubator chambers indicates adherent growth and a protein band corresponding to human HIF-1α-like protein in sponges surviving hypoxia in vitro.
Biophysicochemical evaluation of chitosan-hydroxyapatite-marine sponge collagen composite for bone tissue engineering.
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Observations suggest that the novel Chi-HAp-MSCol composite scaffolds are promising biomaterials for matrix-based bone repair and bone augmentation.
DESIGN, AN EFFICIENT ECOFRIENDLY SYNTHESIS OF SPIROOXINDOLE DERIVATIVES AND THEIR ANTICANCER ACTIVITY SUPPORTED BY MOLECULAR DOCKING STUDIES
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An exploration of the docking studies of tested Spirooxindole derivatives was made to explain the observed variance in their anticancer activity.
Comparative Ultrastructural and Biochemical Studies of Four Demosponges from Gulf of Mannar, India
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The higher collagen content in C. fibrosa could propose to use this species as a potential model for targeting collagenous molecules towards human health benefits, according to preliminary evaluations on collagen content.
Spatane diterpinoid from the brown algae, Stoechospermum marginatum induces apoptosis via ROS induced mitochondrial mediated caspase dependent pathway in murine B16F10 melanoma cells
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The apoptotic mechanism of a spatane diterpinoid, 5(R), 19‐diacetoxy‐15,18(R and S), dihydro spata‐13, 16(E)‐diene (DDSD) was investigated and shows a therapeutic potential of DDSD for the treatment of malignant melanoma and a new source of anticancer drugs.
Facile Synthesis of Novel 3‐(4‐phenylisothiazol‐5‐yl)‐2H‐chromen‐2‐one Derivatives as Potential Anticancer Agents
A series of 3-(4-phenylisothiazol-5-yl)-2H-chromen-2-one (6a–l) derivatives has been efficiently synthesized by straightforward sequential reactions. Tandem Vilsmeier Hack
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