Xiu-mei Fu

Learn More
Four new bisabolane-type sesquiterpenoids, aspergiterpenoid A (1), (-)-sydonol (2), (-)-sydonic acid (3), and (-)-5-(hydroxymethyl)-2-(2',6',6'-trimethyltetrahydro-2H- pyran-2-yl)phenol (4) together with one known fungal metabolite (5) were isolated from the fermentation broth of a marine-derived fungus Aspergillus sp., which was isolated from the sponge(More)
This study aimed to explore the active oxygen scavenging mechanism of Kandelia candel, in order to provide a theoretical basis for further analysis on the physiological mechanism of salt tolerance in mangrove plants. Different concentrations of NaCl solution (0, 150, 300 and 450 mmol/L) were used for salt stress treatments on Kandelia candel, physiological(More)
Chinese marine materia medica (CMMM) is a vital part of traditional Chinese medicine (TCM). Compared with terrestrial TCM, CMMM, derived from specific marine habitats, possesses peculiar chemical components with unique structures reflecting as potent pharmacological activities, distinct drug properties and functions. Nowadays, CMMM appears to be especially(More)
The peripheral nervous system has the potential for full regeneration following injury and recovery, predominantly controlled by Schwann cells (SCs). Therefore, obtaining a sufficient number of SCs in a short duration is crucial. In the present study, rat adipose‑derived stem cells (ADSCs) were isolated and cultured, following which characterization of the(More)
OsBAK1 gene belongs to a receptor like kinase gene family in rice and shares a highly conserved gene structure and sequence homology with Arabidopsis thaliana BAK1 gene. To investigate the role of OsBAK1 in rice immunity, the full-length cDNA of OsBAK1 was isolated by RT-PCR and the transgenic rice lines (over expression and RNA-interference lines) were(More)
Identification of genes involved in mangrove species' adaptation to salt stress can provide valuable information for developing salt-tolerant crops and understanding the molecular evolution of salt tolerance in halophiles. Ceriops tagal is a salt-tolerant mangrove tree growing in mudflats and marshes in tropical and subtropical areas, without any prior(More)
  • 1