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|Título:||Electrospinning of marine origin biopolymers towards tissue regeneration|
|Autor(es):||Marques, A. L. P.|
Silva, T. H.
Reis, R. M.
Tissue Engineering & Regenerative Medicine
|Citação:||Marques A. L. P., Silva T. H., Reis R. M. Electrospinning of marine origin biopolymers towards tissue regeneration, Industrial Applications of Marine Biopolymers, pp. 435-451, 9781498731485, 2017|
|Resumo(s):||[Excerpt] Introduction: The aquatic environment, such as oceans, rivers, or lakes, is rich in biodiversity: fishes, marine sponges, jellyfishes, molluscs, crustaceans, or algae, among many others (including a huge and mostly unknown multiplicity of microorganisms). This variety turns out to be a gold mine in terms of natural biopolymers diversity. The exploitation of marine compounds for biological and biomedical applications is an area being explored more intensely in the latest years, in order to take advantage of all these abundant and underexplored marine resources. The idea is the valorization of underexplored marine organisms, such as seaweeds, or of by-products as consequence of the activity of fish processing industries. This involves, for instance, marine organisms that are caught by mistake on sea net fishes (by-catches) and are not used for food purpose, or fish processing byproducts from industries. [...]|
|Versão da editora:||https://www.crcpress.com/Industrial-Applications-of-Marine-Biopolymers/Sudha/p/book/9781498731485|
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