Jump to Main Content
- Lin, Yen-Chang, et al. Show all 5 Authors
- Journal of applied phycology 2017 v.29 no.1 pp. 521-529
- Sargassum; acid hydrolysis; collagen; collagenase; dietary supplements; fucoidan; fucose; genes; human health; messenger RNA; molecular weight; protective effect; sulfates; transcription (genetics); transcription factors; transforming growth factors; ultraviolet radiation
- ... Fucoidans have been long used as a food supplement due to their diverse pharmacological effects on human health. Low molecular weight fucoidan (LF) is a common form of fucoidans that has been shown to have enhanced biological activity. In the present study, fucoidans were extracted from the brown alga Sargassum hemiphyllum and enzyme-hydrolyzed into low and high molecular weight fucoidans (HF). Th ...
- Lin, Yen-Chang, et al. Show all 3 Authors
- Toxicology 2014 v.324 pp. 123-135
- Western blotting; arsenates; arsenic; arsenites; bioinformatics; blood pressure; calcium; cardiomyopathy; epidemiological studies; genes; groundwater; homeostasis; humans; hypertension; hypertrophy; hypotension; nerve tissue; patients; pollution; prediction; quantitative polymerase chain reaction; rats; signal transduction; skin neoplasms; soil; toxic substances; urinary bladder neoplasms; Taiwan
- ... Arsenic is a ubiquitous toxic compound that exists naturally in many sources such as soil, groundwater, and food; in which vast majority forms are arsenite (As3+) or arsenate (As5+). The mechanism of arsenic detoxification in humans still remains obscured. Epidemiologic studies documented that arsenic pollution caused black foot disease, cardiovascular diseases (hypertension, hypotension, cardiomy ...
- Lin, Yen-Chang, et al. Show all 9 Authors
- BMC veterinary research 2014 v.10 no.1 pp. 926
- Escherichia coli; Pigeon circovirus; amino acids; antigens; bacteria; capsid; coat proteins; codons; genes; ion exchange chromatography; pigeons; protein solubility; protein synthesis
- ... BACKGROUND: Pigeon circovirus (PiCV) is considered to be a viral agent central to the development of young pigeon disease syndrome (YPDS). The Cap protein, a structural protein encoded by the cap (or C1) gene of PiCV, has been shown to be responsible for not only capsid assembly, but also has been used as antigen for detecting antibody when the host is infected with PiCV. The antigenic characteris ...
- PubMed Central: