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Prospects and challenges for industrial production of seaweed bioactives

Jeff T Hafting, James S Craigie, Dagmar B Stengel, Rafael R Loureiro, Alejandro H Buschmann, Charles Yarish, Maeve D Edwards, Alan T Critchley, M Graham,

Large‐scale seaweed cultivation has been instrumental in globalizing the seaweed industry since the 1950s. The domestication of seaweed cultivars (begun in the 1940s) ended the reliance on natural cycles of raw material availability for some species, with efforts driven by consumer demands that far exceeded the available supplies. Currently, seaweed ... Read more >>

J Phycol (Journal of phycology)
[2015, 51(5):821-837]

Cited: 8 times

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Prospects and challenges for industrial production of seaweed bioactives.

Jeff T Hafting, James S Craigie, Dagmar B Stengel, Rafael R Loureiro, Alejandro H Buschmann, Charles Yarish, Maeve D Edwards, Alan T Critchley,

Large-scale seaweed cultivation has been instrumental in globalizing the seaweed industry since the 1950s. The domestication of seaweed cultivars (begun in the 1940s) ended the reliance on natural cycles of raw material availability for some species, with efforts driven by consumer demands that far exceeded the available supplies. Currently, seaweed ... Read more >>

J Phycol (Journal of phycology)
[2015, 51(5):821-837]

Cited: 7 times

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Polar lipids from the marine macroalga Palmaria palmata inhibit lipopolysaccharide-induced nitric oxide production in RAW264.7 macrophage cells.

Arjun H Banskota, Roumiana Stefanova, Sandra Sperker, Santosh P Lall, James S Craigie, Jeff T Hafting, Alan T Critchley,

The EtOAc soluble fraction of a MeOH/CHCl3 extract of Palmaria palmata showed strong nitric oxide (NO) inhibitory activity against lipopolysaccharide (LPS)-induced NO production in murine RAW264.7 cells. NO inhibition-guided isolation led to identification of three new polar lipids including a sulfoquinovosyl diacylglycerol (SQDG) (2S)-1-O-eicosapentaenoyl-2-O-myristoyl-3-O-(6-sulfo-α-D-quinovopyranosyl)-glycerol (1) and two phosphatidylglycerols, 1-O-eicosapentaenoyl-2-O-trans-3-hexadecenoyl-3-phospho-(1'-glycerol)-glycerol (3) ... Read more >>

Phytochemistry (Phytochemistry)
[2014, 101:101-108]

Cited: 22 times

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Study suggests trend toward greater donor-site morbidity in TRAM flap patients.

Constance M Chen, James Craigie, Heather Erhard, David Greenspun, Kamran Khoobehi, Richard Kline, Joshua Levine, Maria LoTempio, Ali Sadeghi, Aldona Spiegel, Alan Stolier, Robert J Allen,

Plast Reconstr Surg (Plastic and reconstructive surgery)
[2011, 127(2):1007-1008]

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Simultaneous bilateral breast reconstruction with in-the-crease inferior gluteal artery perforator flaps.

Joshua L Levine, Quintessa Miller, Julie Vasile, Kamran Khoobehi, James Craigie, Matthew W Wise, Robert J Allen,

The inferior gluteal artery perforator (IGAP) free flap represents an alternative technique for autogenous breast reconstruction in patients with insufficient abdominal donor tissue. Historically, patients underwent a staged approach for bilateral breast reconstruction with the IGAP because it is technically demanding and can be time consuming. The bilateral simultaneous IGAP ... Read more >>

Ann Plast Surg (Annals of plastic surgery)
[2009, 63(3):249-254]

Cited: 7 times

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Transplantation in identical twins: another option for breast reconstruction.

Robert J Allen, Maria M LoTempio, James E Craigie, Robert J Allen,

<h4>Background</h4>Deriving their name from the Greek word plastikos, meaning related to molding, plastic surgeons have made their reputation by transplanting tissues from one area of the body to another to "remold" defects caused by trauma, congenital anomaly, or disease. Dr. Joseph Murray, a plastic surgeon, performed the first successful kidney ... Read more >>

Plast Reconstr Surg (Plastic and reconstructive surgery)
[2008, 122(4):1019-1023]

Cited: 4 times

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Perforator flaps: recent experience, current trends, and future directions based on 3974 microsurgical breast reconstructions.

Marga F Massey, Aldona J Spiegel, Joshua L Levine, James E Craigie, Richard M Kline, Kamran Khoobehi, Heather Erhard, David T Greenspun, Robert J Allen, Robert J Allen, ,

Perforator flap breast reconstruction is an accepted surgical option for breast cancer patients electing to restore their body image after mastectomy. Since the introduction of the deep inferior epigastric perforator flap, microsurgical techniques have evolved to support a 99 percent success rate for a variety of flaps with donor sites ... Read more >>

Plast Reconstr Surg (Plastic and reconstructive surgery)
[2009, 124(3):737-751]

Cited: 32 times

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Autogenous breast reconstruction with the deep inferior epigastric perforator flap.

James E Craigie, Robert J Allen, Frank J DellaCroce, Scott K Sullivan,

Muscle-sparing autogenous breast reconstruction has enhanced the multidisciplinary care that is available to patients who have breast cancer. The DIEP flap has proven reliability, a low complication rate, and is applicable to many clinical scenarios (Figs. 8-12). Avoidance of muscle sacrifice in the abdomen ultimately translates into greater patient satisfaction. ... Read more >>

Clin Plast Surg (Clinics in plastic surgery)
[2003, 30(3):359-369]

Cited: 20 times

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A pressure mincer for the preparation of tumour suspensions.

J CRAIGIE,

Br J Cancer (British journal of cancer)
[1949, 3(2):249]

Cited: 5 times

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A drying apparatus for the study of tumour transmission.

J CRAIGIE,

Br J Cancer (British journal of cancer)
[1949, 3(2):250-255]

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The preservation of suspension of tumour cells in dextrose at low temperatures.

J CRAIGIE,

Br J Cancer (British journal of cancer)
[1949, 3(2):268-274]

Cited: 3 times

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Sarcoma 37 and ascites tumours.

J CRAIGIE,

Ann R Coll Surg Engl (Annals of the Royal College of Surgeons of England)
[1952, 11(5):287-299]

Cited: 7 times

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A quantitative approach to the study of transplantable tumours.

J CRAIGIE,

Br Med J (British medical journal)
[1949, 2(4643):1485-91, illust]

Cited: 5 times

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The survival of activity of mouse sarcoma tissue after freezing and drying.

W E GYE, A M BEGG,

Br J Cancer (British journal of cancer)
[1949, 3(2):259-267]

Cited: 6 times

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STUDIES ON THE SOLUBLE PRECIPITABLE SUBSTANCES OF VACCINIA : III. THE PRECIPITIN RESPONSES OF RABBITS TO THE LS ANTIGEN OF VACCINIA.

F O Wishart, J Craigie,

Observations on antibody production in the rabbit in response to the injection of the LS antigen of vaccinia have shown that this antigen retains its ability to stimulate the production of L and S antibodies, not only when it is in a state of solution as found in lapine Seitz ... Read more >>

J Exp Med (The Journal of experimental medicine)
[1936, 64(6):831-841]

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STUDIES ON THE SOLUBLE PRECIPITABLE SUBSTANCES OF VACCINIA : II. THE SOLUBLE PRECIPITABLE SUBSTANCES OF DERMAL VACCINE.

J Craigie, F O Wishart,

1. Thermolabile (L) and thermostable (S) antigens occur in solution in suspensions of vaccine pulp. 2. These antigens are also present on the elementary bodies of vaccinia and participate in the agglutination of these bodies by antivaccinia serum. ... Read more >>

J Exp Med (The Journal of experimental medicine)
[1936, 64(5):819-830]

Cited: 16 times

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A Method of Drying Complement from the Frozen State

James Craigie,

Br J Exp Pathol (British journal of experimental pathology)
[1931, 12(2):75-77]

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A Method of Staining Bacterial Flagella

James Craigie,

Br J Exp Pathol (British journal of experimental pathology)
[1928, 9(2):55-56]

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