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Synonyms:
   Haliclona rhaphidiophora 

Broader Terms:
   Haliclona 
 
 
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41.  Winogradskyella haliclonae sp. nov., isolated from a marine sponge of the genus Haliclona.LinkIT
Schellenberg J, Busse HJ, Hardt M, Schubert P, Wilke T, Kämpfer P, Glaeser SP
International journal of systematic and evolutionary microbiology, 2017
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42.  Distinct histomorphology for growth arrest and digitate outgrowth in cultivated Haliclona sp. (Porifera: Demospongiae).LinkIT
Wanick R, Mermelstein C, Andrade IR, Santelli RE, Paranhos RPR, Coutinho CC
Journal of morphology, 2017
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43.  Evaluation of the Protective Effects of Sarains on H2O2-Induced Mitochondrial Dysfunction and Oxidative Stress in SH-SY5Y Neuroblastoma Cells.LinkIT
Alvariño R, Alonso E, Tribalat MA, Gegunde S, Thomas OP, Botana LM
Neurotoxicity research, 2017
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44.  Skin Delivery of Hydrophilic Biomacromolecules Using Marine Sponge Spicules.LinkIT
Zhang S, Ou H, Liu C, Zhang Y, Mitragotri S, Wang D, Chen M
Molecular pharmaceutics, 2017
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45.  Sponge-Associated Bacteria Produce Non-cytotoxic Melanin Which Protects Animal Cells from Photo-Toxicity.LinkIT
Vijayan V, Jasmin C, Anas A, Parakkaparambil Kuttan S, Vinothkumar S, Perunninakulath Subrayan P, Nair S
Applied biochemistry and biotechnology, 2017
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46.  Anti-mycobacterial alkaloids, cyclic 3-alkyl pyridinium dimers, from the Indonesian marine sponge Haliclona sp.LinkIT
Maarisit W, Abdjul DB, Yamazaki H, Kato H, Rotinsulu H, Wewengkang DS, Sumilat DA, Kapojos MM, Ukai K, Namikoshi M
Bioorganic & medicinal chemistry letters, 2017
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47.  Metabolic Profiling as a Screening Tool for Cytotoxic Compounds: Identification of 3-Alkyl Pyridine Alkaloids from Sponges Collected at a Shallow Water Hydrothermal Vent Site North of Iceland.LinkIT
Einarsdottir E, Magnusdottir M, Astarita G, Köck M, Ögmundsdottir HM, Thorsteinsdottir M, Rapp HT, Omarsdottir S, Paglia G
Marine drugs, 2017
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48.  Cytotoxic Compounds Derived from Marine Sponges. A Review (2010-2012).LinkIT
Mioso R, Marante FJ, Bezerra RS, Borges FV, Santos BV, Laguna IH
Molecules (Basel, Switzerland), 2017
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49.  Antibacterial Activity of Metabolites Products of Vibrio Alginolyticus Isolated from Sponge Haliclona sp. Against Staphylococcus Aureus.LinkIT
Nursyam H
Italian journal of food safety, 2017
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50.  Sponge epizoism in the Caribbean and the discovery of new Plakortis and <br />Haliclona species, and polymorphism of Xestospongia deweerdtae (Porifera).LinkIT
Vicente J, Zea S, Hill RT
Zootaxa, 2016
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