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Biomolecules from Natural Sources: Advances and Applications

Biomolecules from Natural Sources
Author: Vijai Kumar Gupta, Satyajit D. Sarker
publisher :Wiley
ISBN 10 :1119769574
ISBN 13 :‎‎‎9781119769576
page Number : 487
file size : 4 MB



Biomolecules from Natural Sources

An up-to-date exploration of new and novel biomolecules

In Biomolecules from Natural Sources: Advances and Applications, a team of accomplished researchers delivers up-to-date information on various bioresources, bioprocessing, production, mechanisms of action for selective bioactivity, biochemistry, targeted therapeutic roles and the advancements made on their bioactive potentials of new and novel biomolecules. The book presents recent trends in new and novel biomolecules and their identification, characterization, and potential applications.

The selected contributions canvas a variety of breakthroughs in the understanding and applications of naturally derived biomolecules. Biomolecules from Natural Sources: Advances and Applications is an exhaustive collection of research and information, as well as an insightful and interdisciplinary treatment of a rapidly developing field. Readers will also find:

  • A thorough introduction to phenolics from natural sources and plant-based natural artemisinin and its biomedical applications
  • Comprehensive explorations of protein structure, function, and specificity and the pharmacological potential of pigments
  • Practical discussions of biomolecules obtained through food biotechnology and the biological activities of natural glycosides
  • In-depth examinations of biomolecules from basil and their pharmacological significance

Perfect for biotechnologists, food technologists, and plant biologists, Biomolecules from Natural Sources: Advances and Applications will also earn a place in the libraries of bioprocessing engineers, as well as undergraduate and postgraduate students of biochemistry.