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Marine polysaccharides

food applications

by V. Venugopal

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Published by CRC Press in Boca Raton, FL .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Isolation & purification,
  • Polysaccharides,
  • Marine algae,
  • Nutritive Value,
  • Oceans and Seas,
  • Food additives,
  • Biotechnology,
  • Chemistry,
  • Sediments (Geology),
  • Geologic Sediments

  • Edition Notes

    Includes bibliographical references and index.

    StatementVazhiyil Venugopal
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsTP248.65.P62 V46 2011
    The Physical Object
    Paginationxvii, 377 pages
    Number of Pages377
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL27072734M
    ISBN 101439815267
    ISBN 109781439815267
    LC Control Number2010050695
    OCLC/WorldCa692015341

      Marine polysaccharides present an enormous variety of structures; they are still under-exploited and they should therefore be considered as an extraordinary source of chemical diversity for drug discovery. Sulfated polysaccharides, possessing GAG-like biological properties, can be found either in marine eukaryotes or in marine by: In addition to covering a wide range of product classes, from polysaccharides to terpenes and from enyzmes to biofuels, it systematically discusses current and future applications of algae-derived products in pharmacology, medicine, cosmetics, food and agriculture.

      Finally, the book introduces and explains real world applications of algal-based biopolymers in biomedical applications, including tissue engineering, drug delivery, and biosensors. This is the first book to cover the extraction techniques, biomedical applications, and the economic perspective of seaweed : Elsevier Science.   Polysaccharides are the most abundant and the most complex organic molecules in the ocean. In contrast to land polysaccharides, many marine polysaccharides are highly sulfated; in particular, the cell walls of macroalgae harbor a high diversity of sulfated polysaccharides (carrageenans, agarans, fucoidans, ulvans, etc.). These sulfated polysaccharides, biosynthesized by Cited by:

      A brief review of recent advances in applications of polysaccharides of marine origin in the medical and pharmaceutical fields has been reported. Many experimental results clearly indicate that novel exciting and promising marine sources of polysaccharides of applied interest, such as cyanobacteria and thermophylic or hyperthermophylic bacteria from extreme habitats, are by: DOI: /md Corpus ID: Marine Polysaccharides from Algae with Potential Biomedical Applications @article{RaposoMarinePF, title={Marine Polysaccharides from Algae with Potential Biomedical Applications}, author={Maria Filomena de Jesus Raposo and Alcina Maria Miranda Bernardo de Morais and Rui Manuel Santos Costa de Morais}, journal={Marine Drugs}, year={}, .


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Buy Marine Polysaccharides: Food Applications on FREE SHIPPING on qualified orders Marine Polysaccharides: Food Applications: Venugopal, Vazhiyil: : Books Skip to main contentCited by: While there are many books available on polysaccharides, few address the applications of marine polysaccharide food product development.

Written from a realistic, practical point Marine polysaccharides book view avoiding technical jargon, this book highlights the ocean not as a conventional source of fish protein and lipids, but as a major supplier of versatile carbohydrates that can have diverse food applications.

The book also discusses the various aspects of marine polysaccharides from the point of view of chemistry and related applications. It is an important reference for marine biotechnologists, natural product scientists, students, researchers and academicians working in the area of materials science, marine science and polymer : Shakeel Ahmed, Aisverya Soundararajan.

The book also discusses the various aspects of marine polysaccharides from the point of view of chemistry and related applications. It is an important reference for marine biotechnologists, natural product scientists, students, Marine polysaccharides book and academicians working in the area of materials science, marine science and polymer chemistry.

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DOI link for Marine Polysaccharides. Marine Polysaccharides book. Food Applications. By Vazhiyil Venugopal. Edition 1st Edition. First Published eBook Published 19 April Crustacean Polysaccharides: Food Applications. View abstract. chapter 7 | 46 pages Seaweed, Microalgae, and Their Polysaccharides: Food Applications.

View Cited by: Especially, marine polysaccharides have taken considerable attention to synthesis the nanoparticles, which constitutes nearly all marine sources including sea weeds, marine algae, marine microorganisms, and so on. Hence, the present review is to concentrate the nanoparticles synthesis using marine polysaccharides from various marine sources.

In book: Biological Activities and Application of Marine Polysaccharides (pp) Edition: First; Chapter: 9; Publisher:Rejika Crotia.

Polysaccharides such as alginate, carrageenan and fucoidan can be extracted from algae, whereas chitosan and hyaluronan can be obtained from animal sources. Most marine polysaccharides have important biological properties such as biocompatibility, biodegradability, and anti-inflammatory activity, as well as adhesive and antimicrobial actions.

Book Review Marine Polysaccharides—Food Applications. Vazhiyil Venugopal Boca Raton, FL, USA. CRC Press Taylor and Francis Group, pages.

$ Keith W. Gates University of Georgia, Marine Extension Service, Bay Cited by: 4. is a platform for academics to share research papers. Seaweed Polysaccharides: Isolation, Biological, and Biomedical Applications examines the isolation and characterization of algal biopolymers, including a range of new biological and biomedical applications.

In recent years, significant developments have been made in algae-based polymers (commonly called polysaccharides), and in biomedical applications such as drug delivery, wound dressings 4/5(1). Natural polysaccharides of marine origin are gaining interest in biomedical applications. Seaweeds are most abundant source of polysaccharides, as alginates, agar and agarose as well as Carrageenans.

Even cellulose and amylose have been extracted from the macroalgae. Chitin and chitosan are derived from the exoskeleton of marine : Shashiaknt Joshi, Shruthi Eshwar, Vipin Jain. The book begins with discussions on the isolation of polysaccharides from marine sources and their properties, particularly those important from a food technology point of view.

It then focuses on the actual food applications of these compounds and concludes with a brief examination of biomedical applications. A new book published by CRC Press explores the diversity of marine polysaccharides from a various perspectives. Enzymatic technologies for marine polysaccharides, edited by Antonio Trincone, delves into the chemical complexity, current application, and potential new uses across the nutritional, pharmaceutical, cosmetic and biotechnical industries.

The book begins with discussions on the isolation of polysaccharides from marine sources and their properties, particularly those important from a food technology point of : V.

Venugopal Menon. Finally, the book introduces and explains real world applications of algal-based biopolymers in biomedical applications, including tissue engineering, drug delivery, and biosensors. This is the first book to cover the extraction techniques, biomedical applications, and the economic perspective of seaweed polysaccharides.

Abstract. Sodium alginate is one of the most widely used natural polymers in the field of drug delivery and biomedical applications.

It is a cheap, easily available, biocompatible, biodegradable, and nontoxic polysaccharide having innumerable applications in the pharmaceutical as well as food industry. Polysaccharides form the basis for useful products, like xanthan gum, dextran, welan gum, gellan gum, diutan gum and pullulan.

Some of the polysaccharide-derived products have interesting and useful properties and show biological activities, such as immunomodulatory, antibacterial, anti-mutagenic, radioprotective, anti-oxidative, anti-ulcer. This book includes 14 chapters contributed by experts around the world; the chapters are categorized into three sections: Marine Polysaccharides and Agriculture, Marine Polysac‐ charides and Biological Activities, and Marine Polysaccharides and Industries.

Section 1 (Chapters 1–2) describes the bioactivity and application of marine. This volume is dedicated to Marine polysaccharides used as antibacterial, antiviral, antioxidant, anti-inflammation, bioremediations, etc.

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Marine polysaccharides: food applications. [V Venugopal] -- "Consolidating the most recent information on polysaccharides and the efficient use of seafood wastes, this book discusses applications of marine polysaccharides in food product development and other.

Enzymatic Technologies for Marine Polysaccharides provides insight into the recent research developments of marine polysaccharides and their current and potential applications. The first section of the book explores the diversity of marine polysaccharides from various angles, including a description of the chemical complexity and current Format: Gebundenes Buch.