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Evidences for the antitumor potentiality of Hemimycale arabica and Negombata magnifica mesohyls in hepatocellular carcinoma rat model
Medicinal Chemistry Research
Corpus ID: 4931419
The current study was constructed to explore the antitumor activity of Hemimycale arabica (blue sponge) and Negombata magnifica…
Molecular and protein characterization of two species of the latrunculin-producing sponge Negombata from the Red Sea.
Eman S Eid
Journal of pharmaceutical and biomedical analysis
Corpus ID: 43298602
Red Sea sponges offer a potential for production of novel drugs and prototypes. The genus Negombata is a type of sponges abundant…
Negombins A-I, new chlorinated polyfunctional diterpenoids from the marine sponge Negombata species.
Corpus ID: 23928509
Nine novel compounds designated negombins A-I (1-9) were isolated, together with latrunculin, from the Tanzanian sponge Negombata…
Discorhabdin R: a new antibacterial pyrroloiminoquinone from two latrunculiid marine sponges, Latrunculia sp. and Negombata sp.
Journal of natural products
Corpus ID: 34295327
Two sponges belonging to the family Latrunculiidae (Negombata and Latrunculia sp.) collected during scientific trawling…
Further steps in the initiation of cell cultures from embryos and adult sponge colonies
In Vitro Cellular & Developmental Biology…
Corpus ID: 31617331
Dear Editor: In vitro culture of marine sponge cells is crucial for the commercial supply of novel, biologically active chemical…
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