Enzymatic Processes in Marine Biotechnology
AbstractIn previous review articles the attention of the biocatalytically oriented scientific community towards the marine environment as a source of biocatalysts focused on the habitat-related properties of marine enzymes. Updates have already appeared in the literature, including marine examples of oxidoreductases, hydrolases, transferases, isomerases, ligases, and lyases ready for food and pharmaceutical applications. Here a new approach for searching the literature and presenting a more refined analysis is adopted with respect to previous surveys, centering the attention on the enzymatic process rather than on a single novel activity. Fields of applications are easily individuated: (i) the biorefinery value-chain, where the provision of biomass is one of the most important aspects, with aquaculture as the prominent sector; (ii) the food industry, where the interest in the marine domain is similarly developed to deal with the enzymatic procedures adopted in food manipulation; (iii) the selective and easy extraction/modification of structurally complex marine molecules, where enzymatic treatments are a recognized tool to improve efficiency and selectivity; and (iv) marine biomarkers and derived applications (bioremediation) in pollution monitoring are also included in that these studies could be of high significance for the appreciation of marine bioprocesses. View Full-Text
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Trincone, A. Enzymatic Processes in Marine Biotechnology. Mar. Drugs 2017, 15, 93.
Trincone A. Enzymatic Processes in Marine Biotechnology. Marine Drugs. 2017; 15(4):93.Chicago/Turabian Style
Trincone, Antonio. 2017. "Enzymatic Processes in Marine Biotechnology." Mar. Drugs 15, no. 4: 93.
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