Drugs and Cosmetics from the Sea
AbstractThe marine environment is a rich source of both biological and chemical diversity. This diversity has been the source of unique chemical compounds with the potential for industrial development as pharmaceuticals, cosmetics, nutritional supplements, molecular probes, fine chemicals and agrochemicals. In recent years, a significant number of novel metabolites with potent pharmacological properties has been discovered from the marine organisms. Although there are only a few marine-derived products currently on the market, several robust new compounds derived from marine natural products are now in the clinical pipeline, with more clinical development. While the marine world offers an extremely rich resource for novel compounds, it also represents a great challenge that requires inputs from various scientific areas to bring the marine chemical diversity up to its therapeutic potential. View Full-Text
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Kijjoa, A.; Sawangwong, P. Drugs and Cosmetics from the Sea. Mar. Drugs 2004, 2, 73-82.
Kijjoa A, Sawangwong P. Drugs and Cosmetics from the Sea. Marine Drugs. 2004; 2(2):73-82.Chicago/Turabian Style
Kijjoa, Anake; Sawangwong, Pichan. 2004. "Drugs and Cosmetics from the Sea." Mar. Drugs 2, no. 2: 73-82.