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Bergeron ZL, Chun JB, Baker MR, et al. A 'conovenomic' analysis of the milked venom from the mollusk-hunting cone snail Conus textile--the pharmacological importance of post-translational modifications. Peptides. 2013;49:145-58. Article available via the OhioLINK Electronic Journal Center.
Ayed Y, Dellai A, Ben Mansour H, Bacha H, Abid S. Analgesic and antibutyrylcholinestrasic activities of the venom prepared from the Mediterranean jellyfish Pelagia noctiluca (Forsskal, 1775). Ann Clin Microbiol Antimicrob. 2012;11:15.
Rastogi A, Biswas S, Sarkar A, Chakrabarty D. Anticoagulant activity of Moon jellyfish (Aurelia aurita) tentacle extract. Toxicon. 2012;60(5):719-23. Article available to NEOMED patrons via the OhioLINK Electronic Journal Center.
Graça A, Bondoso J, Gaspar H, Xavier J, Monteiro M, et al. Antimicrobial activity of heterotrophic bacterial communities from the marine sponge Erylus discophorus (Astrophorida, Geodiidae). PLoS ONE. 2013;8(11):e78992. Article is freely available.
McIntosh J, Jones R. Cone venom--from accidental stings to deliberate injection. Toxicon. 2001;39(10):1447-51. PubMed abstract of article. It is available online via the OhioLINK Electronic Journal Center.
Moller C, Davis WC, Clark E, De Caprio A, Mari F. Conodipine-P1-3, the first phospholipases A characterized from injected cone snail-venom. Mol Cell Proteomics. 2019;pii: mcp.RA118.000972. [Epub ahead of print]
Yu S, Ye X, Chen L, et al. Cytotoxic and anti-colorectal tumor effects of sulfated saponins from sea cucumber Holothuria moebii. Phytomedicine. 2015;22(12):1112-9. (PubMed abstract). Article available to OhioLINK patrons via the Electronic Journal Center.
Chi V, Pennington M, Norton R, Tarcha E, Londono L, Sims-Fahey B, et al. 2012. Development of a sea anemone toxin as an immunomodulator for therapy of autoimmune diseases. Toxicon. 2012;59(4):529-46. Article is available via OhioLINK's Electronic Journal Center.
Urbarova I, Karlsen B, Okkenhaug S, Seternes O, Johansen S, Emblem A. Digital marine bioprospecting: mining new neurotoxin drug candidates from the transcriptomes of cold-water sea anemones. Mar Drugs. 2012;10(10):2265-79. Article freely available in PubMed Central.
Valeriote F, Tenney K, Media J, Pietraszkiewicz H, Edelstein M, Johnson T, et al. Discovery and development of anticancer agents from marine sponges: perspectives based on a chemistry-experimental therapeutics collaborative program. J Exp Ther Oncol. 2012;10(2):119-34. PubMed abstract. Article is available to NEOMED patrons via EBSCO.
Panda S, Kumari L. Discovery of an unexplored protein structural scaffold of serine protease from big blue octopus (Octopus Cyanea): a new prospective lead molecule. Curr Drug Discov Technol. 2017; [Epub ahead of print].
Yano A, Abe A, Aizawa F, et al. The effect of eating sea cucumberjelly on Candida load in the oral cavity of elderly individuals in a nursing home. Marine Drugs 2013;11(12):4993-5007. Article available in PubMed Central.
Arai M, Yamano Y, Setiawan A, Kobayashi M. Identification of the target protein of Agelasine D, a marine sponge Diterpene alkaloid, as an anti-dormant Mycobacterial substance. Chembiochem. 2014 Jan 3;15(1):117-23.
Gottlieb P, Suchyna T, Ostrow L, Sachs F. 2004. Mechanosensitive ion channels as drug targets. Curr Drug Targets CNS Neurol Disord 3(4):287-95. Article available to affiliated NEOMED library patrons via EBSCO.
Chang SC, Huq R, Chhabra S, et al. N-terminally extended analogues of the K(+) channel toxin from Stichodactyla helianthus as potent and selective blockers of the voltage-gated potassium channel Kv1.3. FEBS J. 2015;282(12):2247-59.
Shaala L, Youssef D, Sulaiman M, Behery F, Foudah A, Sayed K. Subereamolline A as a potent breast cancer migration, invasion and proliferation inhibitor and bioactive dibrominated alkaloids from the Red Sea sponge Pseudoceratina arabica. Mar Drugs. 2012;10(11):2492-508. Article available via PubMed Central.