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1.  Monitoring and assessment of the therapeutic impact of metabolites extracted from sponge-associated bacteria screened from Gulf of Mannar, southeast coast of India.LinkIT
Skariyachan S, Challapilli SB, Packirisamy S, Sridhar VS, Kumargowda ST
Environmental monitoring and assessment, 2020
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2.  X-ray Crystallography and Unexpected Chiroptical Properties Reassign the Configuration of Haliclonadiamine.LinkIT
Liu HB, Imler GH, Baldridge KK, O'Connor RD, Siegel JS, Deschamps JR, Bewley CA
Journal of the American Chemical Society, 2020
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3.  Characterization of Extracellular Protease from the Haloarcheon Halococcus sp. Strain GUGFAWS-3 (MF425611).LinkIT
Gaonkar SK, Furtado IJ
Current microbiology, 2020
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4.  Bioactive Nitrogenous Secondary Metabolites from the Marine Sponge Genus Haliclona.LinkIT
Zhu J, Liu Y, Liu Z, Wang H, Zhang H
Marine drugs, 2019
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5.  A comparison of prokaryote communities inhabiting sponges, bacterial mats, sediment and seawater in Southeast Asian coral reefs.LinkIT
Cleary DFR, Polónia ARM, Huang YM, Putchakarn S, Gomes NCM, de Voogd NJ
FEMS microbiology ecology, 2019
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6.  Identification of Fromiamycalin and Halaminol A from Australian Marine Sponge Extracts with Anthelmintic Activity against Haemonchus contortus.LinkIT
Herath HMPD, Preston S, Jabbar A, Garcia-Bustos J, Taki AC, Addison RS, Hayes S, Beattie KD, McGee SL, Martin SD, Ekins MG, Hooper JNA, Chang BCH, Hofmann A, Davis RA, Gasser RB
Marine drugs, 2019
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7.  Biomimetic Approaches for the Development of New Antifouling Solutions: Study of Incorporation of Macroalgae and Sponge Extracts for the Development of New Environmentally-Friendly Coatings.LinkIT
Sánchez-Lozano I, Hernández-Guerrero CJ, Muñoz-Ochoa M, Hellio C
International journal of molecular sciences, 2019
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8.  Marine Natural Products and Drug Resistance in Latent Tuberculosis.LinkIT
Khan MT, Kaushik AC, Bhatti AI, Zhang YJ, Zhang S, Wei AJ, Malik SI, Wei DQ
Marine drugs, 2019
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9.  Comparative Genomics of Marine Sponge-Derived Streptomyces spp. Isolates SM17 and SM18 With Their Closest Terrestrial Relatives Provides Novel Insights Into Environmental Niche Adaptations and Secondary Metabolite Biosynthesis Potential.LinkIT
Almeida EL, Carrillo Rincón AF, Jackson SA, Dobson ADW
Frontiers in microbiology, 2019
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10.  New sponge species from hydrothermal vent and cold seep sites off New Zealand.LinkIT
Kelly M, Rowden AA
Zootaxa, 2019
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