CARACTERIZAÇÃO E ATIVIDADE ANTICOAGULANTE DE POLISSACARÍDEOS SULFATADOS EXTRAÍDOS DA ALGA MARROM Dictyopteris justii

@article{Melo2012CARACTERIZAOEA,
  title={CARACTERIZAÇ{\~A}O E ATIVIDADE ANTICOAGULANTE DE POLISSACAR{\'I}DEOS SULFATADOS EXTRA{\'I}DOS DA ALGA MARROM Dictyopteris justii},
  author={Karoline Rachel Teod{\'o}sio Melo and Jailma Almeida-Lima and Dayane Lopes Gomes and Nednaldo Dantas-Santos and Rafael Barros Gomes Camara and H. Rocha},
  journal={Holos},
  year={2012},
  volume={1},
  pages={29-40}
}
O aumento da incidencia de doencas cardiovasculares e os efeitos adversos do seu medicamento anticoagulante principal (Heparina) estimulam a busca de novos compostos anticoagulantes. No presente estudo, cinco fracoes ricas em polissacarideos sulfatadas denominadas de F0,3V; F0,4v; F0,5V; F1,2v, e F1,9v foram obtidas a partir da alga Dictyopteris justii atraves da digestao proteolitica, seguido de fracionamento com acetona. A presenca de polissacarideos sulfatados foi confirmada por analise… Expand
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