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Encyclopedia of Marine Biotechnology


Encyclopedia of Marine Biotechnology


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von: Se-Kwon Kim

762,99 €

Verlag: Wiley-Blackwell
Format: PDF
Veröffentl.: 04.08.2020
ISBN/EAN: 9781119143796
Sprache: englisch
Anzahl Seiten: 3632

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<p><b>A keystone reference that presents both up-to-date research and the far-reaching applications of marine biotechnology</b></p> <p>Featuring contributions from 100 international experts in the field, this five-volume encyclopedia provides comprehensive coverage of topics in marine biotechnology. It starts with the history of the field and delivers a complete overview of marine biotechnology. It then offers information on marine organisms, bioprocess techniques, marine natural products, biomaterials, bioenergy, and algal biotechnology. The encyclopedia also covers marine food and biotechnology applications in areas such as pharmaceuticals, cosmeceuticals, and nutraceuticals.</p> <p>Each topic in <i>Encyclopedia of Marine Biotechnology</i> is followed by 10-30 subtopics. The reference looks at algae cosmetics, drugs, and fertilizers; biodiversity; chitins and chitosans; aeroplysinin-1, toluquinol, astaxanthin, and fucoxanthin; and algal and fish genomics. It examines neuro-protective compounds from marine microorganisms; potential uses and medical management of neurotoxic phycotoxins; and the role of metagenomics in exploring marine microbiomes. Other sections fully explore marine microbiology, pharmaceutical development, seafood science, and the new biotechnology tools that are being used in the field today.</p> <p> </p> <ul> <li>One of the first encyclopedic books to cater to experts in marine biotechnology</li> <li>Brings together a diverse range of research on marine biotechnology to bridge the gap between scientific research and the industrial arena</li> <li>Offers clear explanations accompanied by color illustrations of the techniques and applications discussed</li> <li>Contains studies of the applications of marine biotechnology in the field of biomedical sciences</li> <li>Edited by an experienced author with contributions from internationally recognized experts from around the globe</li> </ul> <p> </p> <p><i>Encyclopedia of Marine Biotechnology</i> is a must-have resource for researchers, scientists, and marine biologists in the industry, as well as for students at the postgraduate and graduate level. It will also benefit companies focusing on marine biotechnology, pharmaceutical and biotechnology, and bioenergy.</p> <p> </p>
<p>List of Contributors</p> <p>Preface</p> <p>Brief Biography of <i>Prof. Se-Kwon Kim</i></p> <p>Acknowledgements</p> <p><b>Volume I</b></p> <p><b>Section I Algal Biotechnology</b></p> <p>1 Algae Biotechnology: Current Status, Potential and Impediments<br /><i>Sunil Kumar Sahu, Vaibhav A. Mantri, Ping Zheng and Nan Yao</i></p> <p>2 Algal Carotenoids: Understanding Their Structure, Distribution and Potential Applications in Human Health<br /><i>Ankita Jain and V.L. Sirisha</i></p> <p>3 Algae Cosmetics<br /><i>Izabela Michalak, Agnieszka Dmytryk and Katarzyna Chojnacka</i></p> <p>4 Algal Drugs: The State of the Research<br /><i>Ozcan Konur</i></p> <p>5 Algae Fertilizers<br /><i>Ł. Tuhy, A. Saeid and K. Chojnacka</i></p> <p>6 Bioactive Polysaccharides from Marine Macroalgae<br /><i>Samanta S. Khora and Pagolu Navya</i></p> <p>7 Carrageenan and its Enzymatic Extraction<br /><i>Kustiariyah Tarman, Uju Sadi, Joko Santoso and Linawati Hardjito</i></p> <p>8 Colloid Producing Seaweeds: Agarophytes, Carrageenophytes and Alginophytes Biodiversity<br /><i>Leonel Pereira</i></p> <p>9 Cultivation and Production Techniques of Marine Algae<br /><i>Subhasha Nigam, Surbhi Sinha, Arti Srivastava and Ashutosh Srivastava</i></p> <p>10 Ecophysiology of Marine Algae: Factors Regulating Primary Production and Growth in Natural Environments<br /><i>Jesús M. Mercado, Soluna Salles and Dolores Cortés</i></p> <p>11 Epigenetic Activation of Animals, Fish, Crustaceans, Mollusks, and Plants by Administration of Dimethylsulfoniopropionate in Green Sea Algae<br /><i>Kenji Nakajima</i></p> <p>12 Hydrocolloid Production of Indonesian Seaweeds<br /><i>Maya Puspita, Nur Azmi Ratna Setyawidati and Ratih Pangestuti</i></p> <p>13 Marine Invasive Seaweeds of the Iberian Peninsula for Value Added Products<br /><i>Fatemeh Zahmatkesh, Rui Gaspar and Leonel Pereira</i></p> <p>14 Marine Microalgae in Food and Health Applications<br /><i>Ratih Pangestuti , Diah Radini Noerdjito, Evi Amelia Siahaan, Serly Sapulete and Se‐Kwon Kim</i></p> <p>15 Microalgal Efficiency for Wastewater Treatment<br /><i>P.N. Sudha, K. Vijayalakshmi, D. Hemapriya, M. Saranya and Se‐Kwon Kim</i></p> <p>16 Microalgal Growth and Nutrient Uptake in Heavy Metal Polluted Environments<br /><i>F.M. Santos, A.P. Lopes, V.J.P. Vilar and J.C.M. Pires</i></p> <p>17 New Alternative Fertilizers Based on Algae Biomass Loaded with Metal Ions: Concepts and Applications in the Improvement of Soil Quality<br /><i>Laura Bulgariu and Dumitru Bulgariu</i></p> <p>18 Dynamic Modeling of Microalgal Growth<br /><i>José P. Losa, Francisca M. Santos, Maria C.M. Alvim‐Ferraz, Fernando G. Martins and José C.M. Pires</i></p> <p>19 Recent Insights Into Algal Biotechnology: An Update Using Text Mining Tool<br /><i>K. Parkavi, R. Raja, K. Arunkumar, Ana Coelho, S. Hemaiswarya and Isabel S. Carvalho</i></p> <p>20 Pharmacology of Marine Macroalgae<br /><i>Kasım Cemal Güven, Burak Coban and Osman Özdemir</i></p> <p>21 Porphyran<br /><i>Mikinori Ueno and Tatsuya Oda</i></p> <p>22 Potential Health Benefits of Sulfated Polysaccharides from Marine Algae<br /><i>R.M.A.C. Udayangani, G.D.P. Somasiri, Indira Wickramasinghe and Se‐Kwon Kim</i></p> <p><b>Section II Biodiversity</b></p> <p>23 Analyzing the Diversity of Microbial Communities Residing in Marine Ecosystems<br /><i>Piyush Chandna, Rama Sisodia, Ramesh Chander Kuhad and Naseem A. Gaur</i></p> <p>24 Biodiversity Distribution Patterns of Marine Phytoplankton and their Main Threats (Climate Change, Eutrophication and Acidification)<br /><i>Soluna Salles and Jesús M. Mercado</i></p> <p>25 Chemical Ecology Driven Bioprospecting of Marine Sponges<br /><i>Aabha Deshpande and Narsinh Thakur</i></p> <p><b>Section III Bioenergy</b></p> <p>26 Biomass Production from Marine Microalgae: Introducing a Biorefinery Concept for Nannochloropsis sp.<br /><i>Yefei Liang and Peer M. Schenk</i></p> <p><b>Volume II</b></p> <p>27 Harvesting of Bioenergy and Biomaterials from Marine Resources<br /><i>Md Kaisar Ali, Sajjad Husain Mir, M.K. Mohammad Ziaul Hyder and Wenmin Yang</i></p> <p>28 Potential Alternative Marine Bio-Resources for Biodiesel Production<br /><i>Nathan Jubilation Chifamba, Mildred Nyamunokora, Kumar Gaurav and Joydeep Dutta</i></p> <p><b>Section IV Biomaterials</b></p> <p>29 Alginate Nanostructures: Pharmaceutical Approaches<br /><i>Sougata Jana, Nilofer Jasmin, Kalyan Kumar Sen and Sabyasachi Maiti</i></p> <p>30 Alginate Oligosaccharides<br /><i>Mikinori Ueno and Tatsuya Oda</i></p> <p>31 Ascophyllan<br /><i>Mikinori Ueno, Takasi Okimura and Tatsuya Oda</i></p> <p>32 Biodegradable Nanoparticles for Photodynamic Therapy<br /><i>Mohammadreza Saboktakin</i></p> <p>33 Biomaterials for Tissue Engineering – Bioabsorbability/Degradation in Marine Biotechnology<br /><i>Kelvii Wei Guo and Hon Yuen Tam</i></p> <p>34 Biomedical Applications of Chitin Nanofibers<br /><i>Kazuo Azuma, Yoshiharu Okamoto and Shinsuke Ifuku</i></p> <p>35 Biotechnological Valorization of Marine Collagens: Biomaterials for Health Applications<br /><i>Dario Fassini, Sara M. Oliveira, Tiago H. Silva and Rui L. Reis</i></p> <p>36 Chemical Modifications of Chitin and Chitosan<br /><i>Maher Z. Elsabee, Rania E. Morsi and M. Fathy</i></p> <p>37 Chitosan as a Universal Drug Delivery Vehicle<br /><i>Partha Pratim Bose and Urmimala Chatterjee</i></p> <p>38 Chitosan Based Composites and Their Applications in Tissue Engineering<br /><i>Nauman Rahim Khan, Kifayat Ullah Shah, Asif Nawaz and Tin Wui Wong</i></p> <p>39 Marine Collagen and its Biotechnological Applications<br /><i>Marina Pozzolini, Sonia Scarfì and Marco Giovine</i></p> <p>40 Chitosan–Antioxidant Conjugates<br /><i>Vivien Nagy and Már Másson</i></p> <p>41 Chondroitin Sulfate from Marine Invertebrates: Isolation and Applications<br /><i>Uthayasooriyan Yuvashri, Shankar Kanchana, Arumugam Abirami, Kavitha Naidu, Gunaratna Kuttuva Rajarao and Muthuvel Arumugam</i></p> <p>42 Environmental Applications of Chitosan and its Derivatives<br /><i>P. Padmaja and Ronak Bhatt</i></p> <p>43 Extracellular Chitin Nanofibers from Marine Diatoms<br /><i>Omar G. Chiriboga, Paul LeDuff and Gregory L. Rorrer</i></p> <p>44 Extraction and Purification of Fucoidan from Marine Sources<br /><i>Noelia Flórez-Fernández, Elena M. Balboa and Herminia Domínguez</i></p> <p>45 Fish Collagen: Characteristics and Application<br /><i>Yoshihiko Hayashi</i></p> <p>46 Fucoidan Oligosaccharides – Bioactive and Therapeutic Potential<br /><i>Magdalena M. Stefaniak‐Vidarsson, María Gudjónsdóttir and Olafur E. Sigurjonsson</i></p> <p>47 Marine Biomaterials-Based Systems: Delivery of Therapeutics<br /><i>Sougata Jana, Arijit Gandhi and Chandrani Roy</i></p> <p>48 Marine Collagen as a Source of Biomaterial<br /><i>Kirti and Samanta S. Khora</i></p> <p>49 Marine Algal Polysaccharides and Their Applications<br /><i>Irudayaraj Rajendran</i></p> <p>50 Marine Biomaterial Treasure and Biomedical Sciences<br /><i>Gopi Suresh Oggu, Surekha Velidandla, Kranti Kiran Reddy Ella, Jayachandran Venkatesan, Amit Asthana, Se-Kwon Kim and Ira Bhatnagar</i></p> <p>51 Marine Polysaccharide-Based Nanomaterials<br /><i>Sudip Mondal, Panchanathan Manivasagan and Junghwan Oh</i></p> <p>52 pH-Sensitive Modification of Chitosan as a Gene Carrier among Marine Biomaterials<br /><i>Hu-Lin Jiang, Lei Xing, Tian-Jiao Zhou, Jia-Hui Gong, Yu-Jing He, Wan-Ru Zhuang, Ki-Hyun Cho and Chong-Su Cho</i></p> <p>53 Enzymatic Production of Water-Soluble Chitosan and its Development Prospects in Indonesia<br /><i>Yusro Nuri Fawzya, Syamdidi and Hari Eko Irianto</i></p> <p>54 3D Printed Marine Biomaterials Composites for Bone Tissue Engineering<br /><i>Seong-Yeong Heo, Gun-Woo Oh and Won-Kyo Jung</i></p> <p>55 Recent Advances on Chitosan-Based Materials in Regenerative Medicine<br /><i>P.R. Sivashankari and M. Prabaharan</i></p> <p>56 Ulvan in Tissue Engineering<br /><i>P.N. Sudha, T. Gomathi and Se-Kwon Kim</i></p> <p><b>Volume III</b></p> <p><b>Section V Compounds</b></p> <p>57 Aeroplysinin-1, A Sponge-Derived Compound with Multi-Target Biological Activity<br /><i>Beatriz Martínez-Poveda, Miguel Ángel Medina and Ana R. Quesada</i></p> <p>58 Anti-Angiogenic and Anti-Lymphangiogenic Properties of Toluquinol, a Marine Fungus Metabolite<br /><i>Melissa García-Caballero, Miguel Angel Medina, Agnes Nöel and Ana Rodríguez Quesada</i></p> <p>59 Astaxanthin and Fucoxanthin: Promising Marine Xanthophylls with Therapeutic Potential<br /><i>M. Barbosa, P. Valentão and P.B. Andrade</i></p> <p>60 Applications of Marine Proteases<br /><i>Sougata Jana, Subhamay Panda, Manik Baral and Subrata Jana</i></p> <p>61 Bioactive Proteins and Peptides from Microalgae<br /><i>Julianne Stack, Aurélien V. Le Gouic and Richard J. FitzGerald</i></p> <p>62 Characterization of Bioactive Peptide Derived from Fish Mucus<br /><i>Deivasigamani Balaraman, Vasuki Subramanian and Edward Gnana Jothi Georgea</i></p> <p>63 Marine Natural Pigments: Bioactivities, Production and Application<br /><i>Yan-Chao Wu, Xiao-Bo Wang and Hui-Jing Li</i></p> <p>64 Marine Bioresources as Potential Source for Synthesis of Nanoparticles<br /><i>Vijayalakshmi Ghosh</i></p> <p>65 Marine Algal Phlorotannins and their Biological Importance<br /><i>Noel Vinay Thomas, A. Salomy Monica Diyya, Dlzar Dlshad Ghafour and Se-Kwon Kim</i></p> <p>66 Neuroprotective Compounds from Marine Microorganisms<br /><i>Shiek S.S.J. Ahmed, K. Pallavi, P.S. Aiswarya, V. Ramakrishnan and R.S. Akram Husain</i></p> <p>67 Potential Uses and Medical Management of Neurotoxic Phycotoxins<br /><i>S. Lucía Blanco, Laura P. Rodríguez, Jorge Lago, Juan M. Vieites and Ana G. Cabado</i></p> <p>68 Pharmacological Profile of Bromophenols Derived from Marine Organisms<br /><i>Ming Liu, Huanli Xu and Xiukun Lin</i></p> <p>69 Photoaging and Anti-Photoaging Activity of Compounds Derived From Marine Origin<br /><i>V. Ramakrishnan, P.S. Aiswarya, K. Pallavi, R.S. Akram Husain and Shiek S.S.J. Ahmed</i></p> <p>70 Structure and Source of Marine Natural Products<br /><i>Gunasekaran Bharath, Mathiyazhagan Jayasindu and K.M. Gothandam</i></p> <p>71 Violacein and Prodiginines from Marine Bacteria: The Molecular Basis of their Bioactivities and Biotechnology for their Production<br /><i>Keiichi Enomoto</i></p> <p><b>Section VI Extremophiles</b></p> <p>72 Extremozymes and Extremoproteins in Biosensor Applications<br /><i>Namasivayam Vasudevan and Annamalai Jayshree</i></p> <p>73 Chitosan as Anticancer Compound and Nanoparticulate Matrix for Cancer Therapeutics<br /><i>Asif Nawaz and Tin Wui Wong</i></p> <p>74 Marine Extremophiles: Adaptations and Biotechnological Applications<br /><i>Prashakha J. Shukla, Vaibhav D. Bhatt, Jayaraman Suriya and Chandrashekar Mootapally</i></p> <p><b>Section VII Genomics</b></p> <p>75 Algal Genomics: The State of the Research<br /><i>Ozcan Konur</i></p> <p>76 Advancements in Bioinformatics and Role in Marine Genomics and Metagenomics<br /><i>Neelam M. Nathani, Ananya Mitra, Chandrashekar Mootapally and Ramesh K. Kothari</i></p> <p>77 Current Advances in Biotechnology of Marine Microalgae<br /><i>Chun Wan, Bailing Chen, Xinqing Zhao and Fengwu Bai</i></p> <p>78 Expanding Metabolomics Applications to Address Issues in Marine Ecology and Natural Products Chemistry<br /><i>Sara E. Ali and Mohamed A. Farag</i></p> <p>79 Fish Genomics<br /><i>Yu Huang, Chao Bian, Yulu Liu, Xinxin You, Hui Yu, Yunhai Yi, Bing Xie and Qiong Shi</i></p> <p>80 Genomic and Proteomics in Pharmaceutical Products Development and Biological Applications of Marine Derivatives<br /><i>Abdul Bakrudeen Ali Ahmed, Mohaddeseh Adel, Pegah Karimi, Taha Mahmoudi, Reza Farzinebrahimi and Ram Arun Kumar</i></p> <p>81 “OMICS” Techniques – Applications and Future Perspectives<br /><i>Aathira Maikkara, Samiha Tabassum Ghori, Vishaalini Kamali and Ayyavu Mahesh</i></p> <p>82 Role of Metagenomics in Exploring Marine Microbiomes: Current Status and Implications<br /><i>Chandrashekar Mootapally, Neelam Mustakali Nathani, Solly Solomon, Bharathiraja Subramanian and Indra Ramjibhai Gadhvi</i></p> <p>83 Recent Advances in the Transcriptomics of Seaweeds<br /><i>Bhakti Tanna and Avinash Mishra</i></p> <p>84 Transcriptomics in Aquaculture<br /><i>D. Inbakandan</i></p> <p><b>Section VIII Microbiology</b></p> <p>85 Degradation and Modification of Alginate by Enzymes in Marine Organisms<br /><i>Akira Inoue</i></p> <p>86 Actinobacteria in Marine Environments: From Terrigenous Origin to Adapted Functional Diversity<br /><i>D.I. Kurtb55;ke, T. Okazaki and G. Vobis</i></p> <p>87 Biotransformation of Flavonoids by Terrestrial and Marine Microorganisms<br /><i>Iara Lisboa de Matos, Marcia Nitschke, Luís Joaquim Pina da Fonseca and André Luiz Meleiro Porto</i></p> <p><b>Volume IV</b></p> <p>88 Culture-independent Approach-based Mangrove Microbial Ecology Studies<br /><i>Dinesh Sanka Loganathachetti, Anbu Poosakkannu and Sundararaman Muthuraman</i></p> <p>89 Challenges and Triumphs to Genomics-based Microbial Agarase Enzyme Innovations and Applications from Marine Ecosystems<br /><i>Pallaval Veera Bramhachari, G. Mohana Sheela and A.M.V.N. Prathyusha</i></p> <p>90 Desert Actinobacteria: New Promising Source for Natural Product Search and Discovery<br /><i>Krishnasamy Nithya, Chinnasamy Muthukumar, Dhanasekaran Dharumadurai, Arunachalam Chinnathambi, Sulaiman Ali Alharbi, Naiyf S. Alharbi and Nooruddin Thajuddin</i></p> <p>91 Halophilic Bacteria in the Food Industry<br /><i>Ashokkumar Sekar and Keun Kim</i></p> <p>92 Influence of Pretreatment Time in the Sugarcane Bagasse Saccharification by Cellulase Complex Produced by Marine Fungi<br /><i>Darlisson A. Santos, Marcelo M. Oliveira, Antonio Aprigio S. Curvelo, Luis P. Fonseca and André Luiz M. Porto</i></p> <p>93 Marine Actinobacteria as a Source for Emerging Biopharmaceuticals<br /><i>Kamala, K., P. Sivaperumal, S. Manjunath Kamath, W. Richard Thilagaraj and R. Rajaram</i></p> <p>94 Marine Bacteria as a Rich Source of Glycosaminoglycan-degrading Enzymes<br /><i>Qingdong Zhang, Lin Wei, Jingwen Guan, Kazuyuki Sugahara and Fuchuan Li</i></p> <p>95 Marine Cyanobacteria<br /><i>Amr Badary and Koji Sode</i></p> <p>96 Marine Fungi as a Source of Natural Products<br /><i>Kustiariyah Tarman</i></p> <p>97 Marine Cyanobacteria: Applications in Food, Energy, and Pharmaceuticals<br /><i>Phuong Uyen Le, Thanh Sang Vo and Se-Kwon Kim</i></p> <p>98 Medicinal Drug-related Bioactive Agents from Marine Fungi<br /><i>Kandasamy Saravanakumar, Narayanasamy Rajendren, Kandasamy Kathiresan and Myeong-Hyeon Wang</i></p> <p>99 Mangrove Diversity Assessment by Molecular Markers: An Overview<br /><i>M. Karuppaiya, S. Balamurugan, K. Sivakumar and K. Kathiresan</i></p> <p>100 Bioremediation Process by Marine Microorganisms<br /><i>K. Mohanrasu, R. Guru Raj Rao, Rathinam Raja and A. Arun</i></p> <p>101 Marine Photosynthetic Microorganisms: Valuable Compound Production and Bioenergy Applications<br /><i>Shailendra P. Singh and Rajeshwar P. Sinha</i></p> <p>102 Microbial Fermentation for Algal Fertilizer Production<br /><i>Mingpeng Wang, Peisheng Yan and Xuejiang Wang</i></p> <p>103 Non-ribosomal Peptides from Marine-derived Fungi: Chemistry, Bioactivity, and Biosynthesis<br /><i>Fayrouz El Maddah, Gabriele M. König and Katja M. Fisch</i></p> <p>104 Production of Industrial Important Enzymes from Marine Isolates<br /><i>Ashokkumar Sekar and Keun Kim</i></p> <p>105 The Underexploited Bacterial Symbionts of Marine Invertebrates as the Potential Sources of Marine Carotenoids<br /><i>Ocky Karna Radjasa and Agus Sabdono</i></p> <p>106 Tropical Marine Cyanobacterium Lyngbya sordida Producing Toxic Octacosa–1,27-diene Induces Coagulative Hepatic Necrosis and Progressive Glomerulonephritis in Mus musculus<br /><i>M. Nagarajan, V. Maruthanayagam, K. Meenakshi Sundaram and M. Sundararaman</i></p> <p>107 Nanogram and Nanomolar Active Marine Antiplasmodial Antibiotics<br /><i>Nagarajan Manivel, Sanjeev Kumar Shukla and Sundararaman Muthuraman</i></p> <p>108 Polyketide Synthase from Marine Sponge<br /><i>Siswa Setyahadi</i></p> <p>109 Perspectives for Novel Enzyme Discovery from Marine Environments through Genome Mining and Metagenomics<br /><i>Pallaval Veera Bramhachari, G. Mohana Sheela and Thadikamala Satish</i></p> <p><b>Section IX Pharmaceutical Development</b></p> <p>110 Antibacterial Activity of Seaweed-ZnO Composites<br /><i>Dr. S. Thambidurai and Dr. R. Pandimurugan</i></p> <p>111 Antifungal and Antibacterial Agents from Marine Organisms<br /><i>Rajan Rajabalaya and Sheba Rani David</i></p> <p>112 Trends in Development of Marine-based Anti-inflammatory Pharmaceuticals<br /><i>D. Buddika O. Malaweera and Niluni M. Wijesundara</i></p> <p>113 Ascidians: A Potential Resource for Pharmaceutical Development<br /><i>Velusamy Arumugam, Manigandan Venkatesan, Karthik Ramachandran, Umamaheswari Sundaresan and Saravanan Ramachandran</i></p> <p>114 Chitosan and its Derivatives as Potential Biomaterials<br /><i>Dai-Hung Ngo, Thanh-Sang Vo, Dai-Nghiep Ngo, Nguyen Thi Lien Thuong and Se-Kwon Kim</i></p> <p>115 Cytotoxic and Antitumor Compounds from Marine Invertebrates<br /><i>Harika Atmaca Ilhan and Çisil Çamli Pulat</i></p> <p>116 Marine-derived Potential Anti-inflammatory Agents<br /><i>Maushmi S. Kumar and Vandana B. Patravale</i></p> <p>117 Marine-derived Pharmaceuticals for Oncotherapy: Clinical Trial and FDA-approved Compounds<br /><i>Rashmi H. Prabhu and Vandana B. Patravale</i></p> <p>118 Marine-origin Polysaccharides for Tissue Engineering and Regenerative Medicine: Chitosan and Fucoidan as Illustrative Examples<br /><i>Lara L. Reys, Simone S. Silva, Catarina Oliveira, Rita Lopez-Cebral, Nuno M. Neves, Albino Martins, Joaquim M. Oliveira, Tiago H. Silva and Rui L. Reis</i></p> <p>119 Novel Marine Sources of Nutraceuticals and Functional Foods: The Marine Crustacean Krill, Macro‐ and Microalgae<br /><i>Janet Tou, Christopher Oldaker and Yvonne V. Yuan</i></p> <p><b>Volume V</b></p> <p>120 Marine Algal-derived Pharmaceuticals: Potential Anticancer Agents<br /><i>Sanith Cheriyamundath and V.L. Sirisha</i></p> <p>121 Marine Source-derived Anti-HIV Therapeutics<br /><i>Amit G. Mirani, Tanvi K. Shah and Vandana B. Patravale</i></p> <p>122 Marine Biopharmaceuticals – A Retrospective of Molecular Mechanisms<br /><i>Samiha Tabassum Ghori, Vishaalini Kamali Raja, Uthira Muralitharan, Aathira Maikkara and Ayyavu Mahesh</i></p> <p>123 Chitosan and Trimethyl Chitosan (TMC) as Drug Absorption Enhancers: Moving Forward toward Clinical Acceptance<br /><i>Berglind Eva Benediktsdóttir</i></p> <p><b>Section X Seafood Science</b></p> <p>124 Application of Local Proteases to Produce Fish Protein Hydrolysate (FPH) in Indonesia<br /><i>Yusro Nuri Fawzya and Ekowati Chasanah</i></p> <p>125 Allergic Risks Associated with Seafood<br /><i>Samanta S. Khora</i></p> <p>126 Applications of Biotechnology in Seafood Production and Processing<br /><i>C.S. Ranadheera, P.H.P. Prasanna and J.K. Vidanarachchi</i></p> <p>127 Dielectric Properties of Selected Seafood and their Products<br /><i>L.T. Nguyen, I. Ahmad and N.Y. Jayanath</i></p> <p>128 Health Risk Assessment for Radionuclide Contamination in Seafood<br /><i>P. Sivaperumal, P. Kumar, K. Kamala, Ajit. A. Ambekar, K. Ponnusamy, R. Rajaram and A.K. Pal</i></p> <p>129 Indonesian Traditional Fermented Fish Ikan Peda: Processing, Quality, and Utilization Improvements<br /><i>Giyatmi and Hari Eko Irianto,</i></p> <p>130 Improvements in Seafood Products through Recent Technological Advancements in Seafood Processing<br /><i>Upani Pinnaduwa, Eresha Mendis and Se-Kwon Kim</i></p> <p>131 Seafood in the Human Diet for Better Nutrition and Health<br /><i>Chathurika Jayasekara, Eresha Mendis and Se-Kwon Kim,</i></p> <p>132 Seafood By-products: A New Way from Waste to High Added Value in Pharmaceuticals and Cosmetics<br /><i>Ngo Dang Nghia</i></p> <p>133 Seafood as Source of Protein-based Functional Foods<br /><i>Rahmi Nurdiani, Asep Awaludin Prihanto and Muhamad Firdaus</i></p> <p>134 Stress in Fish and Application of Carotenoid for Aquafeed as an Antistress Supplement<br /><i>Toshiki Nakano</i></p> <p>135 Recovery of Bioactive Components from Seafood By-products toward Zero-waste Processing<br /><i>Trang Si Trung, Nguyen Van Hoa, Pham Thi Dan Phuong, Nguyen Cong Minh, Nguyen Thi Hong Mai, Hoang Ngoc Cuong, Phan Thanh Loc and Willem Frans Stevens</i></p> <p>136 Traditional and Novel Seafood Processing Techniques Targeting Human Health Promotion<br /><i>Harshani Nadeeshani, Niranjan Rajapakse and Se-Kwon Kim</i></p> <p>137 The Potential of Developing Additives from Marine Bioresources for the Food Industry<br /><i>Shachini Karunarathne, Eresha Mendis and Se-Kwon Kim</i></p> <p>138 Applications of Flow Cytometry in Marine Biotechnology<br /><i>Teresa Lopes da Silva and Alberto Reis</i></p> <p><b>Section XI Tools for Marine Biotechnology</b></p> <p>139 Bioremediation of Marine Effluents and Environments<br /><i>J. Paniagua-Michel</i></p> <p>140 Bioremediation: A Promising Xenobiotics Cleanup Technique<br /><i>Thandapani Gomathi, M. Saranya, E. Radha, K. Vijayalakshmi, P. Supriya Prasad and P.N. Sudha</i></p> <p>141 Future of Mariculture with the Advent of Modern Biotechnology Tools<br /><i>Dr. T. Charles John Bhaskar</i></p> <p>142 In Silico Techniques Used in Marine Biology Research: An Overview<br /><i>Jitendra Narayan and Rahul Agarwal</i></p> <p>143 Innovative Alternative Technology for Fucoxanthin Recovery<br /><i>Evi Amelia Siahaan and Byung Soo Chun</i></p> <p>144 Marine Microorganisms: Tools for Radionuclide Bioremediation<br /><i>P. Sivaperumal, K. Kamala, S. Manjunath Kamath, P. Kumar, R. Rajaram and W. Richard Thilagaraj</i></p> <p>145 Transgenic Fish Technology: Principle and Application<br /><i>Thomas T. Chen and Maria J. Chen</i></p> <p>146 Reproductive Processes of Marine Animals as Biomarker for Environmental Stress Impact<br /><i>Alessandra Gallo and Elisabetta Tosti</i></p> <p>Index</p>
<p><b>Se-Kwon Kim</b>, Department of Marine Science & Convergence Engineering, College of Science and Technology, Hanyang University, Sangnok-gu, Ansan-si, Gyeonggi-do, South Korea.</p>
<p><b>A keystone reference that presents both up-to-date research and the far-reaching applications of marine biotechnology</b></p> <p>Featuring contributions from 100 international experts in the field, this five-volume encyclopedia provides comprehensive coverage of topics in marine biotechnology. It starts with the history of the field and delivers a complete overview of marine biotechnology. It then offers information on marine organisms, bioprocess techniques, marine natural products, biomaterials, bioenergy, and algal biotechnology. The encyclopedia also covers marine food and biotechnology applications in areas such as pharmaceuticals, cosmeceuticals, and nutraceuticals.</p> <p>Each topic in Encyclopedia of Marine Biotechnology is followed by 10-30 subtopics. The reference looks at algae cosmetics, drugs, and fertilizers; biodiversity; chitins and chitosans; aeroplysinin-1, toluquinol, astaxanthin, and fucoxanthin; and algal and fish genomics. It examines neuro-protective compounds from marine microorganisms; potential uses and medical management of neurotoxic phycotoxins; and the role of metagenomics in exploring marine microbiomes. Other sections fully explore marine microbiology, pharmaceutical development, seafood science, and the new biotechnology tools that are being used in the field today.</p> <p>• One of the first encyclopedic books to cater to experts in marine biotechnology<br />• Brings together a diverse range of research on marine biotechnology to bridge the gap between scientific research and the industrial arena<br />• Offers clear explanations accompanied by color illustrations of the techniques and applications discussed<br />• Contains studies of the applications of marine biotechnology in the field of biomedical sciences<br />• Edited by an experienced author with contributions from internationally recognized experts from around the globe</p> <p><i>Encyclopedia of Marine Biotechnology</i> is a must-have resource for researchers, scientists, and marine biologists in the industry, as well as for students at the postgraduate and graduate level. It will also benefit companies focusing on marine biotechnology, pharmaceutical and biotechnology, and bioenergy.</p>

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