Mar. Drugs, Volume 17, Issue 5 (May 2019) – 64 articles
Cover Story (view full-size image): Over the last decade, genomes and other -omics datasets have been produced for a wide range of microalgae, and several others are on the way. Marine microalgae possess unique metabolic pathways and can potentially produce specific secondary metabolites with biological activity. Because microalgae are very diverse and adapted to different environmental conditions, the chances to find novel bioactives with biotechnological applications are high. Exploration and exploitation of available –omics datasets, and the current trend to generate new ones will increase the opportunities to identify new target species, new bioactivities and new marine natural products from microalgae. View this paper.
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