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   Haliclona rhaphidiophora 

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211.  Evariquinone, isoemericellin, and stromemycin from a sponge derived strain of the fungus Emericella variecolor.LinkIT
Bringmann G, Lang G, Steffens S, Günther E, Schaumann K
Phytochemistry, 2003
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212.  A new antifouling hexapeptide from a Palauan sponge, Haliclona sp.LinkIT
Sera Y, Adachi K, Fujii K, Shizuri Y
Journal of natural products, 2003
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213.  Chlorinated acetylenes from the San Diego sponge Haliclona lunisimilis.LinkIT
De Jesus RP, Faulkner DJ
Journal of natural products, 2003
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214.  Primmorphs from seven marine sponges: formation and structure.LinkIT
Sipkema D, van Wielink R, van Lammeren AA, Tramper J, Osinga R, Wijffels RH
Journal of biotechnology, 2003
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215.  Ammonium excretion by a symbiotic sponge supplies the nitrogen requirements of its rhodophyte partner.LinkIT
Davy SK, Trautman DA, Borowitzka MA, Hinde R
The Journal of experimental biology, 2002
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216.  A novel lectin from the sponge Haliclona cratera: isolation, characterization and biological activity.LinkIT
Pajic I, Kljajic Z, Dogovic N, Sladic D, Juranic Z, Gasic MJ
Comparative biochemistry and physiology. Toxicology & pharmacology : CBP, 2002
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217.  p-Sulfooxyphenylpyruvic acid from the red macro alga Ceratodictyon spongiosum and its sponge symbiont Haliclona cymaeformis.LinkIT
Bugni TS, Concepción GP, Mangalindan GC, Harper MK, James RD, Ireland CM
Phytochemistry, 2002
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218.  Antifungal alkyl amino alcohols from the tropical marine sponge Haliclona n. sp.LinkIT
Clark RJ, Garson MJ, Hooper JN
Journal of natural products, 2001
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219.  Halipeptins A and B: two novel potent anti-inflammatory cyclic depsipeptides from the Vanuatu marine sponge Haliclona species.LinkIT
Randazzo A, Bifulco G, Giannini C, Bucci M, Debitus C, Cirino G, Gomez-Paloma L
Journal of the American Chemical Society, 2001
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220.  Cellular location of (2R, 3R, 7Z)-2-aminotetradec-7-ene-1, 3-diol, a potent antimicrobial metabolite produced by the Caribbean sponge Haliclona vansoesti.LinkIT
Richelle-Maurer E, Braekman JC, De Kluijver MJ, Gomez R, Van de Vyver G, Van Soest RW, Devijver C
Cell and tissue research, 2001
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