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Antiviral Activity of cultured Blule-Green Algae (Cyanophyta).
Journal of Phycology (1993)
  • Gregory M.L. Patterson
  • Kathleen K. Baker
  • Cynthia L. Baldwin
  • Christine M. Bolis
  • Faith R. Caplan
  • Ira A Levine, University of Southern Maine
Abstract

Lipophilic and hydrophilic extracts from approximately 600 strains of cultured cyanophytes, representing some 300 species, were examined for antiviral activity against three pathogenic viruses.

Keywords
  • Antiviral,
  • Cyanophyte,
  • Herpes virus: HIV-1,
  • HSV-2,
  • Human immunodeficiency virus
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Publication Date
February, 1993
Publisher Statement
DOI: 10.1111/1529-8817.ep11557880 http://www.jphycol.org/
Citation Information
Gregory M.L. Patterson, Kathleen K. Baker, Cynthia L. Baldwin, Christine M. Bolis, et al.. "Antiviral Activity of cultured Blule-Green Algae (Cyanophyta)." Journal of Phycology Vol. 29 Iss. 1 (1993)
Available at: http://works.bepress.com/ira_levine/12/