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Nutritional Research for Seaweed and Aloe Vera

1) The bioavailability of magnesium from Wakame (Undaria pinnatifida) and Hijiki (Hijikia fusiforme) and the effect of alginic acid on magnesium utilization of rats. Tano K. Plant Foods Hum Nutr. 1999;53(3):265-74

2) Digestibility of iodine from the seaweed Undaria pinnatifida]. Yamada Y, Miyoshi T, Imaki M,Yoshimura T. Nippon Eiseigaku Zasshi. 1986 Dec;41(5):817-21.

3) Digestibility and energy availability of Wakame (Undaria pinnatifida) seaweed in Japanese. Yamada Y,Miyoshi T, Tanada S, Imaki M. Nippon Eiseigaku Zasshi. 1991 Aug;46(3):788-94.

4) Pathway of algnic acid synthesis in the marine brown alga, Fucus gardneri Silva. Lin TY, Hassid WZ JBiol Chem. 1966 Nov 25;241(22):5284-97.

5) Isolation of guanosine diphosphate uronic acids from a marine brown alga, Fucus gardneri Silva. Lin TY,Hassid WZ J Biol Chem. 1966 Jul 25;241(14):3283-93.

6) Isolation of 24-oxocholesterol from the marine brown alga Pelvetia canaliculata (Phaeophyceae).Motzfeldt AM Acta Chem Scand. 1970;24(5):1846-7.

7) Alginate lyase in the brown alga Laminaria digitata (Huds.) Lamour. Madgwick J, Haug A, Larsen B.Acta Chem Scand. 1973;27(2):711-2.

8) Sulphated polysaccharides in brown algae. 3. The native state of dfucoidan in Ascophyllum nodosum andFucus vesiculosus. Larsen B, Haug A, Painter T Acta Chem Scand. 1970;24(9):3339-52.

9) Strontium-calcium selectivity of alginates. Haug A, Smidsrod O Nature. 1967 Aug 12;215(102):757.

10) Strontium, calcium and magnesium in brown algae. Haug A, Smidsrod O. Nature. 1967 Sep9;215(106):1167-8.

11) Two new aurones from marine brown alga Spatoglossum variabile. Atta-ur-Rahman, Choudhary MI,Hayat S, Khan AM, Ahmed A. Chem Pharm Bull (Tokyo). 2001 Jan;49(1):105-7.

12) A study of rubidium accumulation in Euglena gracillis. Brenner ML, Maynard DN.Plant Physiol. 1966 Oct;41(8):1285-8.

13) [The prospects for using marine algae]. Vozzhinskaia VB, Luchina NP, Maksimova OV.Izv Akad Nauk Ser Biol. 1993 Jul-Aug;(4):592-9.

14) Photoassimilation of organic compounds by autotrophic blue-green algae. Hoare DS, Moore RB BiochimBiophys Acta. 1965 Nov 29;109(2):622-5.

15) The blue-green algae. Echlin P. Sci Am. 1966 Jun;214(6):75-81.

16) [Photoreduction in algae]. Ulubekova MV.Usp Sovrem Biol. 1966 Mar-Apr;61(2):294-311.

17) Oxygen evolution in algae illuminated by modulated light. Joliot P. Brookhaven Symp Biol.1966;19:418-33.

18) A new adenylate deaminase from red marine alga Porphyra crispata. Su JC, Li CC, Ting CC.Biochemistry. 1966 Feb;5(2):536-43.

19) [Coefficient of utilization and biological value of the protein in the unicellular green algae Scenedesmusobliquus as shown by balance studies in the rat]. Kraut H, Jekat F, Pabst W.Nutr Dieta Eur Rev Nutr Diet. 1966;8(2):130-44.

20) Removal of Pb(2+) by biomass of marine algae. Hamdy AA Curr Microbiol. 2000 Oct;41(4):239-45.

21) Biosorption of heavy metals by marine algae. Hamdy AA Curr Microbiol. 2000 Oct;41(4):232-8.

22) Screening of hexavalent chromium biosorbent for marine algae. Lee DC, Park CJ, Yang JE, Jeong YH,Rhee HI. Appl Microbiol Biotechnol. 2000 Sep;54(3):445-8.

23) The binding of selenium to the lipids of two unicellular marine algae. Gennity JM, Bottino NR, ZingaroRA, Wheeler AE, Irgolic KJ. Biochem Biophys Res Commun. 1984 Jan 13;118(1):176-82.

24) Anti-fouling role of antibiotics produced by marine algae and bryozoans. Al-ogily SM, Knight-JonesEW.Nature. 1977 Feb 24;265(5596):728-9.

25) Antibiotic activity of marine algae against multi-antibiotic resistant bacteria. Mahasneh I, Jamal M,Kashashneh M, Zibdeh M. Microbios. 1995;83(334):23-6.

26) The antibacterial activity of marine planktonic algae. Duff DC, Bruce DL, Antia NJ. Can J Microbiol.1966 Oct;12(5):877-84.

27) Marine natural products. Faulkner DJ. Nat Prod Rep. 1991 Apr;8(2):97-147.

28) Benthic marine and blue-green algal species as a source of choline. DaSilva E, Jensen A.J Sci Food Agric. 1973 Jul;24(7):855-61.

29) Anticoagulants from marine algae. McLellan DS, Jurd KM. Blood Coagul Fibrinolysis. 1992Feb;3(1):69-77.

30) Isolation of guanosine diphosphate uronic acids from a marine brown alga, Fucus gardneri Silva.Lin TY, Hassid WZ. J Biol Chem. 1966 Jul 25;241(14):3283-93.

31) Arsenic biotransformation by the brown macroalga, Fucus serratus. Geiszinger A, Goessler W, PedersenSN, Francesconi KA. Environ Toxicol Chem. 2001 Oct;20(10):2255-62.

32) Fucoidan is the active component of fucus vesiculosus that promotes contraction of fibroblast-populatedcollagen gels. Fujimura T, Shibuya Y, Moriwaki S, Tsukahara K, Kitahara T, Sano T, Nishizawa Y, TakemaY.Biol Pharm Bull. 2000 Oct;23(10):1180-4.

33) Application of the Sequential Elution Technique to Determine Cd and Cu Cellular Location in Ulvalactuca Linnaeus. Costas RC, Lopez J. Arch Environ Contam Toxicol. 2001 Nov;41(4):427-35.

34) Biologically active steroid from the green alga Ulva lactuca. Awad NE. Phytother Res. 2000Dec;14(8):641-3.

35) Biochemical responses of the marine macroalgae Ulva lactuca and Fucus vesiculosus to cadmium andcopper-from sequestration to oxidative stress. Jervis L, Rees-Naesborg R, Brown M. Biochem Soc Trans.1997 Feb;25(1):63S.

36) Biological properties of ulvan, a new source of green seaweed sulfated polysaccharides, on culturednormal and cancerous colonic epithelial cells. Kaeffer B, Benard C, Lahaye M, Blottiere HM, Cherbut C.Planta Med. 1999 Aug;65(6):527-31.

37) Isolation of a polysaccharide with antiviral effect from Ulva lactuca. Ivanova V, Rouseva R, KolarovaM, Serkedjieva J, Rachev R, Manolova N. Prep Biochem. 1994 May;24(2):83-97.

38) [Chemical composition of the most frequently encountered Black Sea algae and a trial of their biologicalactivity on the laying capacity of hens]. Bratova K, Ganovski K. Vet Med Nauki. 1983;20(7):83-8.Bulgarian.

39) [Effect of Black Sea algae on chicken egg production and on chick embryo development]. Bratova K,Ganovski K. Vet Med Nauki. 1982;19(8):99-105. Bulgarian.

40) [Substance isolated from the kelp rhizoid identified as L-tryptophan shows high inhibition of breastcancer]. Takahashi N, Ojika M, Dogasaki C, Nishizawa M, Fukuoka H, Sahara H, Sato N, Mori M, KikuchiK. Gan To Kagaku Ryoho. 2000 Feb;27(2):251-5.

41) Effects of soluble sodium alginate on cholesterol excretion and glucose tolerance in rats. Kimura Y,Watanabe K, Okuda H. J Ethnopharmacol. 1996 Oct;54(1):47-54.

42) Antitumor activity and immunological properties of marine algal polysaccharides, especially fucoidan,prepared from Sargassum thunbergii of Phaeophyceae. Itoh H, Noda H, Amano H, Zhuaug C, Mizuno T, ItoH.Anticancer Res. 1993 Nov-Dec;13(6A):2045-52.

43) Vanadium haloperoxidases from brown algae of the Laminariaceae family. Almeida M, Filipe S,Humanes M, Maia MF, Melo R, Severino N, da Silva JA, Frausto da Silva JJ, Wever R. Phytochemistry.2001 Jul;57(5):633-42.

44|)Structure and function of vanadium-containing bromoperoxidases. Wever R, Krenn BE, De Boer E,Offenberg H, Plat H. Prog Clin Biol Res. 1988;274:477-93.

45) Divinyl ethers and hydroxy fatty acids from three species of Laminaria (brown algae). Proteau PJ,Gerwick WH Lipids. 1993 Sep;28(9):783-7.

46) On the regiospecificity of vanadium bromoperoxidase. Martinez JS, Carroll GL, Tschirret-Guth RA,Altenhoff G, Little RD, Butler A. J Am Chem Soc. 2001 Apr 11;123(14):3289-94.

47) Cytochrome P450 monooxygenases for fatty acids and xenobiotics in marine macroalgae. PflugmacherS, Sandermann H Jr. Plant Physiol. 1998 May;117(1):123-8.

48) 5-Lipoxygenase-derived oxylipins from the red alga Rhodymenia pertusa. Jiang ZD, Ketchum SO,Gerwick WH. Phytochemistry. 2000 Jan;53(1):129-33.

49) The antidiabetic activity of aloes: preliminary clinical and experimental observations, Ghannam N et. al.Hormone Research 1986; 24: 288-294.

50) Vitamin C and aloe vera supplementation protects from chemical hepatocarcinogenesis in therat.Shamaan NA, Kadir KA, Rahmat A, Ngah WZ Nutrition 1998 Nov-Dec 14:11-12 846-52.

51) Effect of Aloe vera leaves on blood glucose level in type I and type II diabetic rat models.Okyar A, Can A, Akev N, Baktir G, Sutlupinar N Phytother Res 2001 Mar 15:2 157-61.

52) The therapeutic potential of Aloe Vera in tumor-bearing rats. Corsi MM, Bertelli AA, Gaja G, FulgenziA, Ferrero ME Int J Tissue React 1998 20:4 115-8.

53) Characterization of Aloeride, a new high-molecular-weight polysaccharide from Aloe vera with potentimmunostimulatory activity. Pugh N, Ross SA, ElSohly MA, Pasco DS J Agric Food Chem 2001 Feb 49:21030-4.

54) Isozymes of superoxide dismutase from Aloe vera. Sabeh F, Wright T, Norton SJ Enzyme Protein 199649:4 212-21.

55) Aloe-emodin is a new type of anticancer agent with selective activity against neuroectodermal tumors.Pecere T, Gazzola MV, Mucignat C, Parolin C, Vecchia FD, Cavaggioni A, Basso G, Diaspro A, Salvato B,Carli M, Palu G Cancer Res 2000 Jun 1 60:11 2800-4

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