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Eleutherobin From Coral Fights Cancer Cells

... derived from Pacific yew tree). It is difficult to get large quantities of eleutherobin from corals, as it produces only minute quantities. But, scientists are wor...yal Australian Chemical Institute here this month that work on synthesizing eleutherobin from scratch was well advanced. (IANS) Related Information on Cance...
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MARINEBIOTECH.ORG | Resources | "Drugs from The Sea" Index | Eleutherobin

Eleutherobin was first found in extracts made from the octocoral Eleutherobia sp. ... Eleutherobin project page from Dr. Russ Kerr, Florida Atlantic University ...

Identification of a Common Binding Site on Tubulin for Paclitaxel ...

... a common binding site on tubulin for paclitaxel, epothilone-A, and eleutherobin. The ... The epothilones, and eleutherobin and the related ...

Eleutherobin

Significantly, eleutherobin was found to stabilize microtubules by competing for ... Development of eleutherobin has been severely hampered as no additional samples ...

Synthesis of the Tricyclic Core of Eleutherobin and Sarcodictyins and ...

lecular structures of eleutherobin and sarcodictyins, coupled with ... Structurally, eleutherobin (1) and sarcodictyins A (2) and B ...

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Eleutherobin, one of the novel compounds synthesized, appears similar to the ... Scientists have determined that eleutherobin's unusual method of blocking cell ...

Anticancer Compound Synthesized -- 278 (5343): 1571 -- Science

The compound, known as eleutherobin, was isolated from a species of coral ... Lab tests showed eleutherobin to be a powerful killer of human cancer cells. ...
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