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Biotechnology (Marine Microbe)
M.S. Noor Idora, M. Ferry, W.B. Wan Nik, , S. Jasnizat (2015). Evaluation of tannin from Rhizophora apiculata as natural antifouling agents in epoxy paint for marine application. Progress in Organic Coatings 81, 125–131.
Yosie Andriani, Tengku Sifzizul Tengku-Muhammad, Habsah Mohamad, Jasnizat Saidin, Desy Fitrya Syamsumir, Guat-Siew Chew and Mohd Effendy Abdul Wahid (2015). Phaleria macrocarpa Boerl. (Thymelaeaceae) Leaves Increase SR-BI Expression and Reduce cholesterol Levels in Rats Fed a High Cholesterol Diet. Molecules, 20, 4410-4429.
Muin-Mohammad A., Ibrahim S. and Saidin J (2014). A Phylogenetic Study of Nipah (Nypa fruitican) in Malaysia based on matK Amplified Genome. International Journal of Multidisplinary Research (IJMR). 11(II): 32-36.
Gaderes J., Taupin L., Bin Saidin J., Dufour A., Le Pennec G. N-acyl homoserine lactone production within the sponge Suberites domuncula (Olivi, 1792) (Porifera, Demonspongiae). Marine Biology (2012) 159:1685-1692.
Khamsah, S. M, Habsah M, Jasnizat S, Faizah, S (2005). Identification and Chemical Profiling of Marine Sponges from Terengganu Islands: A preliminary study. Malaysian Journal of Analytical Sciences 9(3): 449-452.
|Investigation of Sponges associated bacteria as potential sources for Anti-inflammatory chemicals.
Inflammation is a normal cell response ensuing of exposure to chemical irritants. These responses sometimes go haywire, which results in many human ailments such cancer, asthma, autoimmune diseases and others. This project was proposed based on the fact that marine sponges possess multitudes of symbiotic microorganisms without visible negative impact. This property might be due to the symbions that producesS anti-inflammatory compounds.
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