March 2, 2001
From: Arnaud Parenty
During my Ph D, I have to give a lecture about a chemical subject. I would like to speak about natural products extracted from sea slug and their applications as cytotoxic agents, antifungal agents etc ...
Is there any review or full paper about that ? Could you give me information about this subject ?
Thank you very much
Best regards :)
email@example.comParenty, A., 2001 (Mar 2) Natural products from Sea Slugs. [Message in] Sea Slug Forum. Australian Museum, Sydney. Available from http://www.seaslugforum.net/find/3874
There is quite a lot of information stored in the Forum. One simple way to find it is to use the SEARCH button in the blue bar at the top and bottom of each page, and also in the yellow band above each message. If you type in something like natural products you will get a list of potentially interesting pages or messages to look at. Or just go to the GENERAL TOPICS list and look for relevant pages.
For example have a look at the Defensive Glands Page and the Opisthobranch defence mechanisms page. Another relevant one is the Sea Hares - attack & defence page which contains a list of scientific references. In particular, have a look at Conxita Avila's invaluable 1995 review.
In a little exercise in quality control I just tested the SEARCH facility on the Forum by typing in antifung* to get antifungus, antifungal etc and was given the Hexabranchus references page which has a relevant antifungal reference and an antitumor reference. I also typed in antitumor and was directed to Kirsten Benkendorff's very relevant message.
So happy hunting,
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