Ecklonia kurome

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Ecklonia kurome
Scientific classification
Kingdom: Chromalveolata
Division: Heterokontophyta
Class: Phaeophyceae
Order: Laminariales
Family: Lessoniaceae
Genus: Ecklonia
Species: E. kurome
Binomial name
Ecklonia kurome
Okamura, 1927
Subspecies

Ecklonia kurome f. contorta Okamura 1936
Ecklonia kurome f. plana Okamura 1936
Ecklonia kurome f. latissima Okamura 1936

Ecklonia kurome (Japanese : 黒布, kurome) is a brown alga species in the genus Ecklonia found in the Sea of Japan.

The phlorotannins eckol,[1] phlorofucofuroeckol A[2] and 8,8'-bieckol[3] can be found in Ecklonia kurome.

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  1. ^ Fukuyama, Y; Kodama, M; Miura, I; Kinzyo, Z; Kido, M; Mori, H; Nakayama, Y; Takahashi, M (1989). "Structure of an anti-plasmin inhibitor, eckol, isolated from the brown alga Ecklonia kurome Okamura and inhibitory activities of its derivatives on plasma plasmin inhibitors". Chemical & pharmaceutical bulletin 37 (2): 349–53. PMID 2525966. 
  2. ^ Fukuyama, Y; Kodama, M; Miura, I; Kinzyo, Z; Mori, H; Nakayama, Y; Takahashi, M (1990). "Anti-plasmin inhibitor. VI. Structure of phlorofucofuroeckol A, a novel phlorotannin with both dibenzo-1,4-dioxin and dibenzofuran elements, from Ecklonia kurome Okamura". Chemical & pharmaceutical bulletin 38 (1): 133–5. PMID 2337936. 
  3. ^ Fukuyama, Y; Kodama, M; Miura, I; Kinzyo, Z; Mori, H; Nakayama, Y; Takahashi, M (1989). "Anti-plasmin inhibitor. V. Structures of novel dimeric eckols isolated from the brown alga Ecklonia kurome OKAMURA". Chemical & pharmaceutical bulletin 37 (9): 2438–40. PMID 2605688. 

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