Polysaccharide Constituents of Three Types of Sea Urchin Shells and Their Anti-Inflammatory Activities
AbstractAs a source of potent anti-inflammatory traditional medicines, the quantitative chromatographic fingerprints of sea urchin shell polysaccharides were well established via pre-column derivatization high performance liquid chromatography (HPLC) analysis. Based on the quantitative results, the content of fucose and glucose could be used as preliminary distinguishing indicators among three sea urchin shell species. Besides, the anti-inflammatory activities of the polysaccharides from sea urchin shells and their gonads were also determined. The gonad polysaccharide of Anthocidaris crassispina showed the most potent anti-inflammatory activity among all samples tested. View Full-Text
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Jiao, H.; Shang, X.; Dong, Q.; Wang, S.; Liu, X.; Zheng, H.; Lu, X. Polysaccharide Constituents of Three Types of Sea Urchin Shells and Their Anti-Inflammatory Activities. Mar. Drugs 2015, 13, 5882-5900.
Jiao H, Shang X, Dong Q, Wang S, Liu X, Zheng H, Lu X. Polysaccharide Constituents of Three Types of Sea Urchin Shells and Their Anti-Inflammatory Activities. Marine Drugs. 2015; 13(9):5882-5900.Chicago/Turabian Style
Jiao, Heng; Shang, Xiaohui; Dong, Qi; Wang, Shuang; Liu, Xiaoyu; Zheng, Heng; Lu, Xiaoling. 2015. "Polysaccharide Constituents of Three Types of Sea Urchin Shells and Their Anti-Inflammatory Activities." Mar. Drugs 13, no. 9: 5882-5900.