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Marine biomaterials: Characterization, isolation and applications
Kim, S.-K. (Ed.) (2013). Marine biomaterials: Characterization, isolation and applications. CRC Press: Boca Raton. ISBN 978-1-4665-0564-3. xxii, 847 pp.

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    VLIZ: Non-living Resources NRS.24 [266716]

Keywords
    Aquatic organisms; Marine

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  • Kim, S.-K., editor

Content
  • Kim, S.-K.; Venkatesan, J. (2013). Introduction to marine biomaterials, in: Kim, S.-K. (Ed.) Marine biomaterials: Characterization, isolation and applications. pp. 3-16, more
  • Venkatesan, J.; Kim, S.-K. (2013). Hydroxyapatite from marine fish bone: isolation and characterization techniques, in: Kim, S.-K. (Ed.) Marine biomaterials: Characterization, isolation and applications. pp. 17-27, more
  • Piccirillo, C.; Pintado, M.M.; Castro, P.M.L. (2013). Hydroxyapatite and calcium phosphates from marine sources: extraction and characterization, in: Kim, S.-K. (Ed.) Marine biomaterials: Characterization, isolation and applications. pp. 29-44, more
  • Nwe, N.; Furuike, T.; Tamura, H. (2013). Isolation and characterization of chitin and chitosan as potential biomaterials, in: Kim, S.-K. (Ed.) Marine biomaterials: Characterization, isolation and applications. pp. 45-60, more
  • Zhang, W.; Liu, M.; Hansen, P.E. (2013). Structure elucidation and biological effects of carrageenans from red algae, in: Kim, S.-K. (Ed.) Marine biomaterials: Characterization, isolation and applications. pp. 61-78, more
  • Sen, P.C. (2013). A study of marine-derived fatty acids and their therapeutic importance, in: Kim, S.-K. (Ed.) Marine biomaterials: Characterization, isolation and applications. pp. 79-88, more
  • Arumugam, M.; Balasubramanian, T.; Kim, S.-K. (2013). Marine toxins for natural products drug discovery, in: Kim, S.-K. (Ed.) Marine biomaterials: Characterization, isolation and applications. pp. 89-105, more
  • Nghia, N.D. (2013). Conotoxins: a source of biomaterial for pharmacology and neuroscience, in: Kim, S.-K. (Ed.) Marine biomaterials: Characterization, isolation and applications. pp. 107-116, more
  • Stafsnes, M.H.; Bruheim, P. (2013). Pigmented marine heterotrophic bacteria: occurrence, diversity, and characterization of pigmentation, in: Kim, S.-K. (Ed.) Marine biomaterials: Characterization, isolation and applications. pp. 117-147, more
  • Soliev, A.B.; Enomoto, K. (2013). Antitumor pigments from marine bacteria, in: Kim, S.-K. (Ed.) Marine biomaterials: Characterization, isolation and applications. pp. 149-171, more
  • Agatonovic-Kustrin, S.; Morton, D.; Kettle, C. (2013). Structural characteristics of bioactive marine natural products, in: Kim, S.-K. (Ed.) Marine biomaterials: Characterization, isolation and applications. pp. 173-251, more
  • Karthik, L.; Kumar, G.; Rao, K.V.B. (2013). Environmental and human impact on marine microorganism - synthesized nanoparticles, in: Kim, S.-K. (Ed.) Marine biomaterials: Characterization, isolation and applications. pp. 253-271, more
  • Kirthi, A.V.; Jayaseelan, C.; Abdul Rahuman, A. (2014). Biosynthesis and characterization of different nanoparticles and its larvicidal activity against human disease vectors, in: Kim, S.-K. (Ed.) (2013). Marine biomaterials: Characterization, isolation and applications. pp. 273-287, more
  • Hwang, D.S.; Choi, Y.S.; Cha, H.J. (2013). Mussel-derived adhesive biomaterials, in: Kim, S.-K. (Ed.) Marine biomaterials: Characterization, isolation and applications. pp. 289-310, more
  • Samaraweera, A. M.; Vidanarachchi, J.K. (2013). Biological applications of marine biomaterials, in: Kim, S.-K. (Ed.) Marine biomaterials: Characterization, isolation and applications. pp. 313-331, more
  • Kim, S.-K.; Ngo, D.-H.; Vo, T.-S.; Ngo, D.-N. (2013). Health benefits of sulfated polysaccharides from marine algae, in: Kim, S.-K. (Ed.) Marine biomaterials: Characterization, isolation and applications. pp. 333-344, more
  • Otero, A.; Chapela, M.J.; Lago, J.; Vieites, J.M.; Cabado, A.G. (2013). Biological activities and potential applications of marine biotoxins, in: Kim, S.-K. (Ed.) Marine biomaterials: Characterization, isolation and applications. pp. 345-396, more
  • Kim, S.-K.; Karadeniz, F.; Karagozlu, M.Z. (2013). Compounds from marine organisms with antiviral activity, in: Kim, S.-K. (Ed.) Marine biomaterials: Characterization, isolation and applications. pp. 397-404, more
  • Zhang, C.; Ruan, Y.; Kim, S.-K. (2013). Biological activities of marine-derived bioactive peptides, in: Kim, S.-K. (Ed.) Marine biomaterials: Characterization, isolation and applications. pp. 405-411, more
  • Song, N.-Y.; Surh, Y.-J. (2013). Health beneficial effects of docosahexaenoic acid: a marine treasure, in: Kim, S.-K. (Ed.) Marine biomaterials: Characterization, isolation and applications. pp. 413-435, more
  • Kim, S.-K.; Karadeniz, F.; Karagozlu, M.Z. (2013). Treatment of obesity and diabetes with marine-derived biomaterials, in: Kim, S.-K. (Ed.) Marine biomaterials: Characterization, isolation and applications. pp. 437-445, more
  • Kim, S.-K.; Van Ta, Q. (2013). Potential anticoagulant effect of seaweed-derived biomaterials, in: Kim, S.-K. (Ed.) Marine biomaterials: Characterization, isolation and applications. pp. 447-455, more
  • Kim, S.-K.; Bhatnagar, I.; Pallela, R. (2013). Microbial biomaterials and their applications, in: Kim, S.-K. (Ed.) Marine biomaterials: Characterization, isolation and applications. pp. 457-466, more
  • Kim, S.-K.; Vo, T.-S.; Ngo, D.-H. (2013). Marine biomaterials for antiallergic therapeutics, in: Kim, S.-K. (Ed.) Marine biomaterials: Characterization, isolation and applications. pp. 467-477, more
  • Bowden, B.F.; Vasilescu, I.M. (2013). Biomedical potential of unchlorinated briarane diterpenes from gorgonians and sea pens, in: Kim, S.-K. (Ed.) Marine biomaterials: Characterization, isolation and applications. pp. 481-518, more
  • Pallela, R.; Venkatesan, J.; Bhatnagar, I.; Shim, Y.-B.; Kim, S.-K. (2013). Application of marine collagen-based scaffolds in bone tissue engineering, in: Kim, S.-K. (Ed.) Marine biomaterials: Characterization, isolation and applications. pp. 519-528, more
  • Saravanan, S.; Trivedi, M.; Moorthi, A.; Selvamurugan, N. (2013). Biocomposites containing chitosan for bone tissue engineering, in: Kim, S.-K. (Ed.) Marine biomaterials: Characterization, isolation and applications. pp. 529-540, more
  • López-Álvarez, M.; Serra, J.; Sánchez, J.M.; de Carlos, A.; González, P. (2013). Marine plants and algae as promising 3D scaffolds for tissue engineering, in: Kim, S.-K. (Ed.) Marine biomaterials: Characterization, isolation and applications. pp. 541-559, more
  • Nandi, S.K.; Datta, U.; Biswas, S. (2013). Application of marine biomaterials in orthopedic and soft tissue surgical challenges, in: Kim, S.-K. (Ed.) Marine biomaterials: Characterization, isolation and applications. pp. 561-574, more
  • Ben-Nissan, B.; Green, D.W. (2013). Marine materials in drug delivery and tissue engineering: from natural role models to bone regeneration and repair and slow delivery of therapeutic drugs, proteins, and genes, in: Kim, S.-K. (Ed.) Marine biomaterials: Characterization, isolation and applications. pp. 575-602, more
  • Prado, H.J.; Matulewicz, M.C.; Bonelli, P.R.; Cukierman, A.L. (2013). Polysaccharides from seaweeds: modification and potential application in drug delivery, in: Kim, S.-K. (Ed.) Marine biomaterials: Characterization, isolation and applications. pp. 603-632, more
  • Kumar, D.S.; Sobha, K. (2013). Marine biomaterials: role in drug delivery and tissue engineering toward biomedical applications, in: Kim, S.-K. (Ed.) Marine biomaterials: Characterization, isolation and applications. pp. 633-655, more
  • Kim, Y.-K.; Jian, H.-L.; Singh, B.; Choi, Y.-J.; Cho, M.-H.; Akaike, T.; Cho, C.-S. (2013). Application of marine biomaterials for gene delivery, in: Kim, S.-K. (Ed.) Marine biomaterials: Characterization, isolation and applications. pp. 657-671, more
  • Sowmya, S.; Nair, S.V.; Jayakumar, R. (2013). Advantages of chitin-based nanobiomaterials in nanomedicine, in: Kim, S.-K. (Ed.) Marine biomaterials: Characterization, isolation and applications. pp. 673-680, more
  • Morganti, P.; Tishchenko, G.; Palombo, M.; Kelnar, I.; Brozova, L.; Spirkova, M.; Pavlova, E.; Kobera, L.; Carezzi, F. (2013). Chitin nanofibrils for biomimetic products: nanoparticles and nanocomposite chitosan films in health care, in: Kim, S.-K. (Ed.) Marine biomaterials: Characterization, isolation and applications. pp. 681-715, more
  • Ahmed, A.B.A.; Kumar, R.A.; Mat Taha, R. (2013). Role of nanocomposites and nanostructured biomaterials in biomedical and nanobiotechnology, in: Kim, S.-K. (Ed.) Marine biomaterials: Characterization, isolation and applications. pp. 717-733, more
  • Kim, S.-K.; Ngo, D.-H.; Vo, T.-S.; Ryu, B. (2013). Industry perspectives of marine-derived proteins as biomaterials, in: Kim, S.-K. (Ed.) Marine biomaterials: Characterization, isolation and applications. pp. 737-746, more
  • Ravichandran, Y.D.; Rajesh, R. (2013). Marine polysaccharide (chitosan) and its derivatives as water purifier, in: Kim, S.-K. (Ed.) Marine biomaterials: Characterization, isolation and applications. pp. 747-764, more
  • Joshi, S.N.; Bedekar, A.N.; Sudha, P.N. (2013). Industrial applications of marine polysaccharides, in: Kim, S.-K. (Ed.) Marine biomaterials: Characterization, isolation and applications. pp. 765-785, more
  • Shi, X.; Song, E.; Zhang, C. (2013). Application of enzymes from marine microorganisms, in: Kim, S.-K. (Ed.) Marine biomaterials: Characterization, isolation and applications. pp. 787-795, more

Abstract
    Oceans are an abundant source of diverse biomaterials with potential for an array of uses. This book brings together the wide range of research in this important area, including the latest developments and applications, from preliminary research to clinical trials. Biomaterials described come from a variety of marine sources, such as fish, algae, microorganisms, crustaceans, and mollusks.

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