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DOI: 10.1021/cr00021a010 View full text |Buy / Rent full text
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Abstract: A review, with 386 refs., on polyoxygenated steroids of marine origin, e.g. marine algae, Porifera, Coelenterata, Bryozoa, Mollusca, Echinodermata, Arthropoda, tunicates, and vertebrates (fish)

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“…Diversas espécies de ascídias foram anteriormente analisadas e mostraram conter misturas com colesterol como componente majoritário [28][29][30] . O colestanol foi encontrado na túnica da ascídia Phallusia nigra 31 ; na ascídia Microcosmus sulcatus 28 ; na ascídia Polizoa opuntia 30 e nas ascídias Styela sp.…”
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“…Diversas espécies de ascídias foram anteriormente analisadas e mostraram conter misturas com colesterol como componente majoritário [28][29][30] . O colestanol foi encontrado na túnica da ascídia Phallusia nigra 31 ; na ascídia Microcosmus sulcatus 28 ; na ascídia Polizoa opuntia 30 e nas ascídias Styela sp.…”
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“…Starfish are considered as an extremely rich source of biologically active components, such as glycosylceramide, steroidal glycosides, ceramide, and cerebrosides (Inagaki et al, 2006;Ishii et al, 2006;Suh et al, 2011). Steroidal glycosides are the main metabolites of starfish and possess most toxicity (D'Auria et al, 1993). In particular, steroidal glycosides and related compounds are predominant metabolites in starfish and have a broad variety of biological activities such as cytotoxic, hemolytic, ichthyotoxic, repellent, antineoplastic, antimicrobial, antifungal, antiviral and antiinflammatory (Lee et al, 2014;Thao et al, 2014;Nina et al, 2003).…”
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