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1.  Identification of Asparagopsis armata-associated bacteria and characterization of their bioactive potential.LinkIT
Horta A, Alves C, Pinteus S, Lopes C, Fino N, Silva J, Ribeiro J, Rodrigues D, Francisco J, Rodrigues A, Pedrosa R
MicrobiologyOpen, 2019

2.  Mollusc diversity associated with the non-indigenous macroalga Asparagopsis armata Harvey, 1855 along the Atlantic coast of the Iberian Peninsula.LinkIT
Rubal M, Costa-Garcia R, Besteiro C, Sousa-Pinto I, Veiga P
Marine environmental research, 2018

3.  Under the canopy: Community-wide effects of invasive algae in Marine Protected Areas revealed by metabarcoding.LinkIT
Wangensteen OS, Cebrian E, Palacín C, Turon X
Marine pollution bulletin, 2018

4.  Algae from Portuguese Coast Presented High Cytotoxicity and Antiproliferative Effects on an In vitro Model of Human Colorectal Cancer.LinkIT
Alves C, Pinteus S, Rodrigues A, Horta A, Pedrosa R
Pharmacognosy research, 2018

5.  The effect of live feeds bathed with the red seaweed Asparagopsis armata on the survival, growth and physiology status of Sparus aurata larvae.LinkIT
Castanho S, Califano G, Soares F, Costa R, Mata L, Pousão-Ferreira P, Ribeiro L
Fish physiology and biochemistry, 2017

6.  High cytotoxicity and anti-proliferative activity of algae extracts on an in vitro model of human hepatocellular carcinoma.LinkIT
Alves C, Pinteus S, Horta A, Pedrosa R
SpringerPlus, 2016

7.  Host and Environmental Specificity in Bacterial Communities Associated to Two Highly Invasive Marine Species (Genus Asparagopsis).LinkIT
Aires T, Serrão EA, Engelen AH
Frontiers in microbiology, 2016

8.  Asparagopsis armata and Sphaerococcus coronopifolius as a natural source of antimicrobial compounds.LinkIT
Pinteus S, Alves C, Monteiro H, Araújo E, Horta A, Pedrosa R
World journal of microbiology & biotechnology, 2015

9.  Different speciation for bromine in brown and red algae, revealed by in vivo X-ray absorption spectroscopic studies.LinkIT
Küpper FC, Leblanc C, Meyer-Klaucke W, Potin P, Feiters MC
Journal of phycology, 2014

10.  Simple growth patterns can create complex trajectories for the ontogeny of constitutive chemical defences in seaweeds.LinkIT
Paul NA, Svensson CJ, de Nys R, Steinberg PD
PloS one, 2014