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Submersible and scuba collections in the coastal waters of the Bahama Islands and Florida's oculina coral banks: Biomedical and biodiversity research of the benthic communities with emphasis on porifera and gorgonacea
Preliminary cruise report: Submersible and scuba collections in the coastal waters of Honduras, the Bay Islands: Biomedical and biodiversity research of the benthic communities with emphasis on the porifera, algae and gorgonacea
NOAA CIOERT cruise report: Survey of the pulley ridge mesophotic reef ecosystem
Biodiversity and distribution of deep and shallow watersponges in the Bahamas
Maximizing the potential of marine organism collections for both pharmacological and systematic studies
A systematic revision of the central west Atlantic Halichondrida (Demospongiae,Porifera). Part III: Description of valid species
Spongionella foliascens: a new foliose dendroceratid sponge from the western Atlantic
In vitro production of marine-derived antitumor compounds
The oceans and human health: the discovery and development of marine-derived drugs
Characterization of an interleukin 6 cytokinefamily antagonist protein from a marine sponge, Callyspongia sp.
The chemistry and biological activity of five marine sponges of the genus Aplysina
Eastern Atlantic expedition: submersible and scuba collections for bioactive organisms from the Azores to Western Africa
Molecular techniques reveal wide phyletic diversity of heterotrophic microbes associated with Discodermia spp. (Porifera: Demospongiae)
The discovery and characterization of an interleukin 6 cytokine familyantagonist protein from a marine sponge, Callyspongia sp.
A new bicyclic guanidine alkaloid, Sch 575948, from amarine sponge, Ptilocaulis spiculifer
Cytotoxic peptides from marine sponges
A new deep sea coralline sponge from Turks and Caicos Islands: Willardi caicosensis gen. et sp. nov.(Demospongiae: Hadromerida)
Development of techniques for in vitro production of bioactive natural products from marine sponges
Sponge cell culture for production of bioactive metabolites.
From monsoons to microbes: understanding the ocean's role in human health

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