Special Issue "Marine Natural Products - Advances in Separation, Characterisation and Chemical Profiling Methodologies"
A special issue of Marine Drugs (ISSN 1660-3397).
Deadline for manuscript submissions: closed (30 November 2014) | Viewed by 86385
Interests: marine and terrestrial natural products chemistry; isolation and structural characterization; NMR spectroscopy; analytical separation methodologies
Special Issues, Collections and Topics in MDPI journals
Special Issue in Marine Drugs: Marine Natural Product Discovery: Innovative Strategies and Future Trends
Special Issue in Marine Drugs: Advances in Marine Natural Product Characterisation and Separation Methodologies
Special Issue in Marine Drugs: Advancements in Purification, Isolation and Chemical Profiling to Expedite the Discovery of Marine Natural Products
Special Issue in Marine Drugs: Marine Natural Products: Latest Strategies in Purification, Isolation and Chemical Profiling
Special Issue in Marine Drugs: Bio-Active Compounds from Algae
The search for bioactive secondary metabolites from marine organisms continues to be an active area of research in the drug discovery area. There is an ever demanding need to employ various chemical profiling strategies to accelerate the process of new compound discovery. This special issue of Marine Drugs will highlight advances in extraction, isolation, purification and dereplication methodologies which can expedite the search for bioactive marine natural products.
Dr. Sylvia Urban
Manuscript Submission Information
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- hyphenated technologies;
- dereplication, extraction methodologies