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Handbook of Marine Natural Products

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Ernesto Fattorusso, William H. Gerwick, Orazio Taglialatela-Scafati

(Editors in Chief)

  1. Antipredatory Defensive Roles of Natural Products from Marine Invertebrates
  2. Contemporary Strategies in Natural Products Structure Elucidation
  3. Marine Natural Products Synthesis
  4. Fluorescent Proteins from the Oceans: Marine Macromolecules as Advanced Imaging Tools for Biomedical Research
  5. From Biosilica of Sponges (Demospongiae and Hexactinellida) to Fabricated Biomedical Materials
  6. Biosynthetic Principles in Marine Natural Product Systems
  7. Quantum Chemical Calculation of Chemical Shifts in the Stereochemical Determination of Organic Compounds: A Practical Approach
  8. Antipredatory Defensive Role of Planktonic Marine Natural Products
  9. Antifouling Activity of Marine Natural Products
  10. Marine Metabolites and Metal Ion Chelation
  11. Legal and Ethical Issues Involving Marine Biodiscovery and Development
  12. The Role of Databases in Marine Natural Products Research
  13. Strategies for Structural Assignment of Marine Natural Products Through Advanced NMR-based Techniques
  14. NMR Methods for Stereochemical Assignments
  15. Enzyme Inhibitors from Marine Invertebrates
  16. Marine Natural Products into the Future
  17. The Chemistry of Marine Bacteria
  18. The Chemistry of Marine Sponges
  19. Marine Protein Toxins
  20. Marine Natural Products That Target Microtubules
  21. Seafood Toxins: Classes, Sources, and Toxicology
  22. Chemically Mediated Competition and Host-Pathogen Interactions Among Marine Organisms
  23. Biosynthetic Studies Through Feeding Experiments in Marine Organisms
  24. Meeting the Supply Needs of Marine Natural Products
  25. Marine Natural Products Active Against Protozoan Parasites
  26. The Chemistry of Marine Algae and Cyanobacteria
  27. Taxonomy and Marine Natural Products Research
  28. Mechanisms of Halogenation of Marine Secondary Metabolites
  29. The Chemistry of Marine Tunicates
  30. Mechanism-based Screening for Cancer Therapeutics with Examples from the Discovery of Marine Natural Product-based HIF-1 Inhibitors