Marine microorganisms: extraction and analysis of bioactive by Leo M.L. Nollet

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The marine surroundings covers 70% of the earth’s floor and bills for ninety eight% of the doubtless liveable area. The bioactives from marine microorganisms comprise antibiotic compounds, polysaccharides, inhibitors, enzymes, peptides, and pigments. those are utilized in numerous fields of biology that variety from nutraceuticals to cosmeceuticals. contemporary medical investigations have printed that marine microbial compounds show a variety of invaluable organic results, akin to anti inflammatory, anti-cancer, anti-HIV, anti-hypertensive, and anti-diabetic.

Marine Microorganisms: Extraction and research of Bioactive Compounds sheds gentle at the extraction, clean-up, and detection equipment of significant compounds from marine organisms. The ebook comprises info at the diversified periods of marine microorganisms and the various bioactives that may be extracted from micro organism, fungi and microalgae.

Divided into 7 chapters, the e-book covers bioactive marine traditional items, akin to marine microbes, seaweeds, and marine sponges as strength resources of drug discovery, and makes a speciality of research tools of the biocomponents from marine microorganisms. an invaluable reference instrument for researchers and scholars, this ebook presents present wisdom approximately isolation and research tools of the bioactives and offers perception into a number of the bioactives of marine microbes towards nutraceutical and pharmaceutical development.

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Here, paper discs saturated with the extracts under examination are placed on an agar surface seeded with test microorganisms. 4 Screening for Biomedical Activity Activity Antioxidant Antimicrobial Microorganisms Compound Screening Bacteria Exopolysaccharides Crude extract Selim et al. (2015) Actinomycetes Ethyl acetate (EA) extract Ethyl acetate (EA) extract DPPH assay, Cupric ion reducing antioxidant capacity (CUPRAC) assay ABTS assay Priya et al. (2012) Actinomycetes Bacteria Crude extract Cup-well agar diffusion method, block and well diffusion method Agar diffusion test Anticancer Bacteria Crude extract MTT assay Antitumor Actinomycetes Antifungal Actinomycetes Crude antibiotic Fermentation broth Ethyl acetate extract Cytotoxic assay MTT assay Cross streak method Antiinflammatory Fungi Pyrenocine A Anti-inflammatory activity assays using mouse leukemic monocytemacrophage cell line Reference Al-Zereini (2014) Utami et al.

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