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Author Name:    FREUDENTHAL, Hugo D. (ed.).

Title:   Drugs from the Sea : Transactions from the Drugs from the Sea Symposium, University of Rhode Island, 27-29 August 1967

Publisher:    Published by the Journal of Ocean Technology of the Marine Technology Society, Washington, D.C., 1968, 

Seller ID:   95579

FREUDENTHAL, Hugo D. (ed.). Drugs from the Sea : Transactions from the Drugs from the Sea Symposium, University of Rhode Island, 27-29 August 1967. (Washington, D.C.) : Published by the Journal of Ocean Technology of the Marine Technology Society, 1968. Pp [i]-x,1-297,(1). Illustrated. 8vo, illustrated pale blue card covers. Contents : How to get the show on the road (by S.J. Anderson). Evolution and revolution: ocean to clinic (by Dr. Jean Lockhart). Sources of drugs from the sea and drug screening (by H.W. Youngken, Jr.). Current status of drug compounds from marine sources (by Ara der Marderosin). Ecological approach to marine pharmacology (by J, McN. Sieburth). Problems in pharmacological evaluation of marine organisms (by J.J. DeFeo). Saxitoxin as an example of biologically active marine substances (by R.J. Bull and B.H. Pringle). Antimicrobial substances from the sea (by P.R. Burkholder). Bacterial lysis of non-marine microorganisms in sea water (by C. Wirsen and R. Mitchell). Studies on the antimicrobial substances of sponges (by G,M, Sharaia, B. Vig and P.R. Burkholder). Antiyeast activity in the marine environment (by J.D. Buck). The occurrence of terpenoid compounds in octocoeals (by A. Weinheimer, F.J. Schmitz, and L.S. Ciereszko). The antiviral and antileukemic activity of shellfish extracts (by O.C. Liu, C.P. Li andR.J. Cipolla). Research tools from the sea (by J.F. Gennaro, Jr. and Judit h W. Meszler). Chemical studies on three species of the marine algal genus calerpa (by G. Aguilar-Santos and Maxwell S. Doty). Dregs from the sea.: heterotargeting (by I. Cornman). Characteristics and cellular localization ofthe hemolytic toxin from the euyhaline flagellate prymnesium parvum (by G. M. Padilla, R.J. Bragg and J.R. Kennedy, Jr.). Trunkfish toxins (by D.A. Thomson). Some properties of gymncjinium breve toxin(s) determined bioanalytically in mice (by J.M. Cummins, A.A. Stevens, B.C. Huntley, W.F. Hill, J.E.Higgins). Marine biotoxins, new foods, and new drugs from the sea. (by Bru ce W. Halstead). Current structural views of red seaweed polysaccharides (by G.P. Mueller and E.A. Rees). Carrageenan as antigen (by E.L. McCandless and K.H. Johnston). The use of alginate in the prevention and treatment of radio-strontium toxicity (by D. Waldron-Edward). Use of agarose in gel filtration, electrophoresis and immunology (by D.W. Renn and G.P. Mueller). The use of seaweed extractives in the fields of food and medicines (by S.D. Upham). Ex-library (spine label and numbering, circular inkstamp, bookplate and rear pouch removed), spine sunned, old penned price expunged, else good. As is. 25.00


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