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Macro- and mesoherbivores prefer native seaweeds over the invasive brown se... - Marine Biology
Which demographic traits determine population growth in the invasive brown ... - Latest Issue of Journal of Ecology

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1.  Methanol extracts from Cystoseira tamariscifolia and Cystoseira nodicaulis are able to inhibit cholinesterases and protect a human dopaminergic cell line from hydrogen peroxide-induced cytotoxicity.LinkIT
Custódio L, Silvestre L, Rocha MI, Rodrigues MJ, Vizetto-Duarte C, Pereira H, Barreira L, Varela J
Pharmaceutical biology, 2016

2.  Fatty acid profile of different species of algae of the Cystoseira genus: a nutraceutical perspective.LinkIT
Vizetto-Duarte C, Pereira H, Bruno de Sousa C, Pilar Rauter A, Albericio F, Custódio L, Barreira L, Varela J
Natural product research, 2015

3.  Water-borne cues of a non-indigenous seaweed mediate grazer-deterrent responses in native seaweeds, but not vice versa.LinkIT
Yun HY, Engelen AH, Santos RO, Molis M
PloS one, 2012

4.  Effects of an alleged myostatin-binding supplement and heavy resistance training on serum myostatin, muscle strength and mass, and body composition.LinkIT
Willoughby DS
International journal of sport nutrition and exercise metabolism, 2004

5.  Sulfated polysaccharides of brown seaweed Cystoseira canariensis bind to serum myostatin protein.LinkIT
Ramazanov Z, Jimenez del Rio M, Ziegenfuss T
Acta physiologica et pharmacologica Bulgarica, 2003