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Bioactive compounds from marine organisms

Bioactive compounds from marine organisms

with emphasis on the Indian Ocean : an Indo-United States symposium

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Published by Oxford & IBH Pub. Co. in New Delhi .
Written in English

    Places:
  • Indian Ocean
    • Subjects:
    • Marine pharmacology -- Congresses.,
    • Marine toxins -- Congresses.,
    • Marine metabolites -- Congresses.,
    • Marine toxins -- Indian Ocean -- Congresses.

    • Edition Notes

      Statementeditors, Mary-Frances Thompson, Rachakonda Sarojini, Rachakonda Nagabhushanam.
      ContributionsThompson, Mary-Frances., Sarojini, Rachakonda., Nagabhushanam, Rachakonda., United States. Office of Naval Research. Chemical and Oceanic Biology Program., American Institute of Biological Sciences., Marathwada Universtiy.
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsRS160.7 .B56 1991
      The Physical Object
      Paginationxvii, 410 p. :
      Number of Pages410
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL1683679M
      ISBN 108120405749
      LC Control Number91905218

      Get this from a library! Bioactive compounds from marine organisms: with emphasis on the Indian Ocean: an Indo-United States symposium. [Mary-Frances Thompson; Rachakonda Sarojini; Rachakonda Nagabhushanam; United States. Office of Naval Research. Chemical and Oceanic Biology Program.; American Institute of Biological Sciences.; Marathwada University.;]. Available in: ered Mother Nature’s medicine cabinet in many areas of the world, marine organisms have been known from time Due to COVID, orders may be Price: $

      and viral pathogens. Marine organisms especially those which are sedentary in nature have evolved biochemical and physiological mechanisms that include the production of bioactive compounds for such purposes as communication, protection against predation, infection and competition. Because of the physical and chemical conditions in the marineFile Size: KB. Marine organisms are involved in a variety of bioactive metabolites. They manifest a great variety of biological activity. The increasing desire for medicine to be able to manage new diseases that are resistant to strains of microorganisms seemed to arouse unconventional. Introduction 3 Marine Bacteria and Fungi 5 Marine Author: Joseph Selvin, A. S. Ninawe, G. Seghal Kiran, S. Arya, S. Priyadharshini.

      BIOACTIVE COMPOUNDS FROM MARINE ORGANISMS With Emphasis on the Indian Ocean An IndoUnited States Symposium Editors MARY-FRANCES THOMPSON RACHAKO:\DA SAROjI:"II RACHAKONDA:\.-'SHANAM OXFORD & IBH PUBLISHING Co. File Size: KB. Get this from a library! Bioactive compounds from marine organisms: with emphasis on the Indian Ocean: an Indo-United States symposium. [Mary-Frances Thompson; Rachakonda Sarojini; Rachakonda Nagabhushanam;].


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Isolating bioactive compounds from marine organisms Article (PDF Available) in Journal of Marine Biotechnology 5(4) August with 7, Reads How we measure 'reads'Author: Ricardo Riguera. Exploring novel bioactive compounds from marine microbes.

predators or competitors of the marine organisms that utilize them for survival. A probable biological reason for the presence of such highly bioactive compounds in marine microbes could stem from the necessity of a toxin to be potent because of the diluting effect of seawater Cited by: S.P.

Victor, C.P. Sharma, in Functional Marine Biomaterials, Abstract. Marine natural products are important sources of biologically active agents, and various bioactive compounds have been extracted from marine organisms like tunicates, sponges, soft corals, and molluscs.

These biologically active compounds have been reported to modulate various biological activities and have anti. His major research interests are the investigation and development of bioactive substances derived from marine organisms and their application as cosmeceuticals and nutraceuticals.

Professor Kim is the current editor-in-chief of the Korean Journal of Marine Bioscience and Biotechnology. He has authored over research papers, holds 72 patents. Marine Microorganisms: Extraction and Analysis of Bioactive Compounds sheds light on the extraction, clean-up, and detection methods of major compounds from marine organisms.

The book includes information on the different classes of marine microorganisms and the different bioactives that can be extracted from bacteria, fungi and microalgae.

The mechanism of action of bioactive compounds present in marine algae, bacteria, fungus, sponges, seaweeds, and other marine animals and plants are illustrated via several mechanisms.

In addition, this handbook lists various compounds that are active candidates in chemoprevention and their target actions. His major research interests are the investigation and development of bioactive substances derived from marine organisms and their application as cosmeceuticals and nutraceuticals.

Professor Kim is the current editor-in-chief of the Korean Journal of Marine Bioscience and Biotechnology. He has authored over research papers, holds 72 patents /5(2). This SpringerBrief sheds new light on bioactive materials from marine extremophiles. It deals with all aspects of the chemical compounds produced by organisms living under extreme conditions that may have potential as drugs or lead to novel drugs for human use.

from book Marine Bioactive Compounds: Sources, Characterization and Applications (pp) Marine Bioactive Compounds Chapter January with 28 Reads. Buy Analysis of Marine Samples in Search of Bioactive Compounds (Comprehensive Analytical Chemistry Book 65): Read Books Reviews - The discovery of bioactive compounds from marine samples is a hot topic considering the current need for sustainable use of marine resources.

This book is a comprehensive overview of the analytical techniques employed in the discovery and characterization of bioactive compounds isolated from (all possible) marine samples and gives future.

Bioactive compounds from marine organisms: How to prospect and preserve this potential. Renato Crespo Pereira Departamento de Biologia Marinha Universidade Federal Fluminense E-mail: [email protected] Size: 2MB. The aim and scope of this book is to highlight the sources, isolation, characterization and applications of bioactive compounds from the marine environment and to discuss how marine bioactive compounds represent a major market application in food and other industries.

It discusses sustainable. That is way marine organisms are an attractive source of compounds with pharmaceutical activity, (Faulkner, ). Seaweeds are recognized as one of the richest sources of new bioactive compounds of which reviews have been published recently on the biological activity of their derivative compounds (Blunt et al., ).Cited by: Bioactive compounds from marine poriferans Sponges are traditionally rich sources of bioactive substances (McConnell et al.I ).

Even anti-malarial drugs like Manzamines are also reported from marine Sponges (Poriferas). The pioneering discovery of bioactive compounds from marine sources was the serendipitous. Marine organisms represent a highly diverse reserve of bioactives which could aid in the treatment of a wide range of diseases, including various musculoskeletal conditions.

Osteoporosis in particular would benefit from a novel and effective marine-based treatment, due to its large disease burden and the inefficiencies of current treatment by:   Marine Microorganisms: Extraction and Analysis of Bioactive Compounds sheds light on the extraction, clean-up, and detection methods of major compounds from marine organisms.

The book includes information on the different classes of marine microorganisms and the different bioactives that can be extracted from bacteria, fungi and Edition: 1st Edition.

Marine algae due to their richness in bioactive compounds may exhibit antioxidant, anti-inflammatory, anticoagulant, antimicrobial, antiviral, antitumour and hypocholesterolemic activity. Since seventeenth century marine macroalgae have long been used for biomedical purposes because of their potential phytochemical constituents and highly Cited by: 1.

Main Bioactivity Groups of the Novel Compounds. According to a study by Hu et al., () [], out of bioactive compounds isolated from marine organisms, had anticancer activity (56% of the total bioactive compounds).This was followed by antibacterial activity of compounds (13%).

The other five groups were represented 14%, including antifungus, pest resistance and by: Marine Microorganisms: Extraction and Analysis of Bioactive Compounds. sheds light on the extraction, clean-up, and detection methods of major compounds from marine organisms.

The book includes information on the different classes of marine microorganisms and the different bioactives that can be extracted from bacteria, fungi and microalgae. About this book. Deliberately breaking with the classical biology-centered description of marine organisms and their products, Marine Microbiology emphasizes microbial technology over basic biology, setting it apart from its predecessors.

As such, it systematically covers the technology behind high-value compounds for use as pharmaceuticals, nutraceuticals or cosmetics, from prospecting to. In the following, selected examples of new secondary metabolites from bacteria and fungi, published in the period –09, that live in association with marine macroorganisms, such as sponges, algae and mangrove plants, are presented, with special emphasis on bioactive products and their modes of their action, as well as source organisms and Cited by: This SpringerBrief sheds new light on bioactive materials from marine extremophiles.

It deals with all aspects of the chemical compounds produced by organisms living under extreme conditions that may have potential as drugs or lead to novel drugs for human : Springer International Publishing.