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Toxins associated with medicinal and edible seaweeds are reviewed with an emphasis on chemistry. The red alga Digenea simplex has been used for the treatment of roundworm disease for centuries. Its active principle is kainic acid (1). The related domoic acid (3) is a constituent of another red...
The fumonisins are a series of mycotoxins produced by Fusarium moniliforme , a ubiquitous contaminant of stored corn (maize) worldwide. Consumption of food products contaminated with F. moniliforme hasbeen correlated with increased risk of human esophageal cancer in epidemiological studies in...
Marine sponges are a rich source of structurally novel and biologically active molecules. Among them is a class of alkylpyridinium compounds commonly found in sponges belonging to the order Haplosclerida. Alkylpyridinium compounds exert several biological activities and are therefore interesting...
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