Antimicrobial Potential of Hemolymph Lectin and Solvent Extracts of Tissues of Marine Crab, Atergatis integerrimus against Fish and Clinical Pathogens

Marine crabs are a rich source of bioactive chemicals with pharmacological capabilities, and antibacterial efficacy against clinically important infections has been established. The antibacterial activity of solvent extracts of different tissues and hemolymph lectin of Atergatis integerrimus against four fish

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Mucosal Open Cavities: Organs Supported by Specific Microbiocenoses Increasing Human Resistance

New aspects of safety mechanisms for the human mucosal cavity are under consideration. It has been proposed that mucosal cavities act as mucosal organs on the basis of their own data. Progress in developing thoughts about the identification and binding

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Determination and Characterization of Lectin Activity from Texas Live Oak (Quercus fusiformis)

Lectin is a protein of non-immunological origin. It is a protein with agglutination properties. They have biological properties that can be exploited for medicinal and therapeutic purposes. The objective of this study was to isolate and characterize lectin activity in

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