porphyra yezoensis


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The Irish call this Laver. 50% protein- higher than any other sea plant and is 70% assimilable- very high for a vegetable.
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Porphyra yezoensis polysaccharide, Gracilaria lemaneiformis polysaccharide, Sargassum fusiform polysaccharide, and Undaria pinnatifida polysaccharides were produced by Beijing Newprobe Instrument Co.
Polysaccharide Mean molecular -OS[O.sub.3]H -COOH content/% type weight M/Da content/% DPY-1 4020 17.9 1.7 DGL-2 3343 13.3 1.0 DSF-3 3828 8.2 1.3 DUP-4 3635 5.5 1.2 Vc control -- -- -- Polysaccharide *OH radical DPPH radical type scavenging capacity scavenging capacity [IC.sub.50]/mg/mL [IC.sub.50]/mg/mL DPY-1 2.75 1.82 DGL-2 7.21 8.24 DSF-3 8.33 9.68 DUP-4 9.21 14.6 Vc control 1.57 0.91 DPY-1: degraded Porphyra yezoensis polysaccharide; DGL-2: degraded Gracilaria lemaneiformis polysaccharide; DSF-3: degraded Sargassum fusiform polysaccharide; DUP-4: degraded Undaria pinnatifida polysaccharide; Vc: ascorbic acid.
Activation of murine macrophages by polysaccharide fractions from marine algae (Porphyra yezoensis).
Macrophage stimulation activity of the polysaccharide fraction from a marine alga (Porphyra yezoensis): structure-function relationships and improved solubility.
Liang, Crystal Structure of Allophycocyanin from Red Algae Porphyra yezoensis at 2.2 A Resolution.
This study was designed to compare antioxidant concentration in Kudzu versus common food sources such as shiitake mushrooms (Lentinula edodes), spinach (Spinacia oleracea), and nori seaweed (Porphyra yezoensis).
For example, the main subunits of NADPH oxidase in mammalian phagocytes, vascular plants, diatoms, and the red macroalgae Porphyra yezoensis and Chondrus crispus are structurally related (Keller et al., 1998; Torres and Dangl, 2005; Herve et al., 2006), which confirms that this protein is evolutionary ancient.
Genetic differentiation between the wild and cultured populations of Porphyra yezoensis. Tohuku J.
Porphyra yezoensis. Edible red algae (Porphyra yezoensis) are commonly consumed in South East Asia and they contain few biologically functional components, dietary fibers, taurine, polyunsaturated fatty acids, carotenoids, and porphyra-334 amino acids as well as essential minerals, vitamins, and proteins.