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Wiedendiol-A and -B, Cholesteryl ester transfer protein inhibitors from the marine sponge Xestospongia wiedenmayeri
Verongamine, a novel bromotyrosine derived histamine H3-antagonist from the marine sponge Verongula gigantea
Two steroidal alkaloids from a sponge, Corticium sp.
Two cytotoxic 3, 6-epidoxy fatty acids from an Indonesian sponge, Plakortis sp.
Total synthesis of a potent hybrid of the anticancer natural products dictyostatin and discodermolide.
Total synthesis of a library of designed hybrids of the microtubule-stabilising anticancer agents taxol, discodermolide and dictyostatin
Three new peroxides from the sponge Plakinastrella species
Three new bromotyrosine derived metabolites of the sponge Psammaplysilla purpurea
Three bromotyrosine derivatives, one terminating in an unprecedented diketocyclopentenylidene enamine
The oceans and human health: the discovery and development of marine-derived drugs
The microtubule-stabilizing agent discodermolide competitively inhibits the binding of paclitaxel (Taxol) to tubulin polymers, enhances tubulin nucleation reactions more potently than paclitaxel, and inhibits the growth of paclitaxel-resistant cells.
The Lithistida: important sources of compounds useful in biomedical research
The Kapakahines, cyclic peptides from the marine sponge Cribrochalina olemda
The discovery of marine natural products with therapeutic potential
The chemistry and biological activity of five marine sponges of the genus Aplysina
Sustainable use of deep-sea organisms collected for biomedical research
Sulfircin: a new sesterterpene sulfate from a deep-water sponge of the genus Ircinia
Structure-activity relationship studies of Discodermolide and its semisynthetic acetylated analogs on microtubule function and cytotoxicity
Sesquiterpene-derived metabolites from the deep water marine sponge Poecillastra sollasi
Selective cytotoxic activity of the marine derivedbatzelline compounds against pancreatic cancer cell lines

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