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pharmacological activity of an extract from the sea anemone Tealia felina.

Malcolm J. Sheardown

pharmacological activity of an extract from the sea anemone Tealia felina.

by Malcolm J. Sheardown

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Published by Brunel University in Uxbridge .
Written in English


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ContributionsBrunel University. Department of Applied Biology.
The Physical Object
Pagination267p. :
Number of Pages267
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Open LibraryOL14467560M

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Pharmacological activity of an extract from the sea anemone Tealia felina by Malcolm J. Sheardown Download PDF EPUB FB2

The pharmacological activity of an extract from the sea anemone tealia felina. By M Sheardown. Abstract. SIGLEAvailable from British Library Document Supply Centre- DSC:D/81 / BLDSC - British Library Document Supply CentreGBUnited Kingdo The pharmacological activity of an extract from the sea anemone tealia felina.

(Thesis) Sheardown MJ. Publisher: Brunel University [] Metadata Source: The British Library Type: Thesis. Abstract. No abstract supplied. Menu. Formats. Abstract. EThOS. About. About Europe PMC; Funders The pharmacological activity of an extract from the sea anemone tealia felina Author: Sheardown, M.

ISNI: Awarding Body: Brunel University Current Institution: Brunel University Date of Award: Availability of Full Text: ?uin=   Crude extract was prepared from the sea anemone, Bunodosoma protein content of the extract was estimated to be mg protein/ml.

The extract was standardized based on the percentage inhibition of histamine-induced contraction of the guinea pig ileum, to determine the biological unit of activity (AU) of the :// Column chromatography with Agarose A50m followed by Sephadex G was used to separate a fraction (extract II) in the molecular weight ra to 14, daltons from saline extracts of the sea anemone, Tealia felina.

Extract II inhibited histamine‐induced contractions of the guinea‐pig ileum and produced haemolysis of human blood The crude extract from the sea anemone, Bunodosoma caissarum caused dose-dependent convulsions by i.c.v.

route in mice. The involvement of the glutamatergic system in the convulsions was :// A crude extract from the sea anemone Bunodosoma cavernata antoganized histamine-induced contractions of the ileum in a dose-related fashion and shifted the   1. Introduction. The sea anemone Actinia equina (L.) synthesizes small neurotoxins with K-channel (Minagawa et al., ) and Na +-channel (Lin et al., ) blocking activity, and larger cytolytic toxins (Maček and Lebez,Pungerčar et al., ).Equinatoxin III (EqT III) is one of three isotoxins with m.w.

20 kDa isolated from the sea anemone Actinia ://   2 (in book, document) shuas. At the above address, aig an t-seòladh shuas. In the above paragraph, sa pharagraf shuas • gu h-àrd. In the writing tasks above, anns na gnìomhan-sgrìobhaidh gu h-àrd. In order to achieve the above overall aim, gus am prìomh amas a tha gu h-àrd a choileanadh.

• expressed with a chaidh   Web view. Sea anemones produce venoms of exceptional molecular diversity, with at least 17 different molecular scaffolds reported to date. These venom components have traditionally been classified according to pharmacological activity and amino acid sequence.

However, this classification system suffers from vulnerabilities due to functional convergence and functional :// 1. Column chromatography with Agarose A50m followed by Sephadex G was used to separate a fraction (extract II) in the molecular weight ra to 14, daltons from saline extracts of the sea anemone, Tealia felina.

Extract II inhibited histamine-induced A survey of Widewater saline lagoon to determine the current status of the site, with special reference to Ivell's sea anemone, Edwardsia ivelli.

Preliminary Report, Peterborough. Nature Conservancy :// One new polyketide (90) was isolated from the lipophilic extract of the marine-derived fungus Isaria felina KMM from marine sediments at a depth of 10 m (South China Sea, coast of Vietnam).

Compound 90 exhibited cytotoxicity against HL and THP-1 cell lines with IC 50 values of and μM, respectively (Figure 20) [ 53 ]. Joseph W. Burnett, Gary J. Calton, Henry Meier, Allen P. Kaplan, Mediators present in the nematocyst venoms of the sea nettle, sea wasp and Portuguese man-o'war, Comparative Biochemistry and Physiology Part C: Comparative Pharmacology, /(75), 51, 2,   Konya, R.

and Elliott, R. C., The coronary vasoconstrictor action of extract IV from the dahlia sea anemone Tealia felina L. Toxi Kopecky, E. and Ostrander, G. K., Isolation and primary culture of viable multicellular endothelial isolates from hard corals.

In Vitro Cell Dev Biol A The venom of the sea anemone Aiptasia pallida possesses hemolytic activity which is produced by at least three synergistic venom proteins. One of these proteins is a phospholipase A 2 which exists in two forms, α and β [75].

Phospholipase activity was also reported in Up1, from the crude extract of the sea anemone Urcinia piscivora [,].

The isolation of a toxin from the dahlia sea anemone, Tealia felina L. Toxi Ellis, J., An essay towards a natural history of the corallines, and other marine productions of the like kind, commonly found on the coasts of Great Britain and Elliott R. C, Konya R.

S, and Vickneshwara K () The Isolation of a toxin from the Dahlia sea anemone, Tealia felina L. Toxicon 24(2): - ; Eno A E; Konya R. S and Ibu J. O () Biological properties of a venom extract from the sea anemone Bunodosoma cavernata.

Toxicon 36 no. ?ja Bile pigmentsBiliverdine is found in the ectoderm, at the base of the solo Actinia felina, in the green parts of Tealia felina and in Anemonia sulcata. On the skin of Sagartia parasitica = calliactis effoeta) one sees red granules which, in a thicker layer appear violet.

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Abstract. The marine flora and animal world are a rich source of biologically active compounds. A large number of sometimes highly toxic metabolites has been isolated inter alia from protozoans, sponges, coelenter- ates, echinoderms, molluscs, nemertines, sea snakes, and fishes (1–4) and the great interest in these chemically varied compounds has resulted in extensive publications (5–13)."Neotectonic activity in coastal Maine." Neotectonics in Maine.

Augusta, Maine Geological Survey Bulletin 1. Recent observations on sea-level change along the Maine coast have led to speculation that the rise in relative sea level is anomalously rapid in some areas, and cannot be solely the product of eustatic sea