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Mar. Drugs, Volume 15, Issue 11 (November 2017)
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Cover Story (view full-size image) Shown on the cover is Agelas clathrodes, also known as the orange elephant ear sponge. This [...] Read more. Shown on the cover is Agelas clathrodes, also known as the orange elephant ear sponge. This organism is representative of the 18 other species covered in our review. Agelas sponges have been popular for scientific study because, as can be seen in the cover photo, they stand out in their environment. Agelas species can be found on coral reefs throughout Oceania. Remarkably, there has been sustained study, spanning last 47 years, of their structurally diverse metabolites. We believe that the biosynthetic products isolated from Agelas are truly fascinating and while perusing our review you will be able to scan more than 291 structures, many of which possess hetero atom diversity along with powerful bioactivity properties. (Cover photo by Clay Wiseman, all rights reserved) View this paper