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Using a number of outstanding examples, this text introduces readers to the immense variety of marine natural compounds, the methodologies to characterize them and the approaches to explore their industrial potential. Care is also taken to discuss the function and ecological context of the compounds. Carefully produced and easy to read, this book serves students and professionals wishing to familiarize themselves with the field, and is ideally suited as a course book for both industry to academia.…mehr

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Using a number of outstanding examples, this text introduces readers to the immense variety of marine natural compounds, the methodologies to characterize them and the approaches to explore their industrial potential. Care is also taken to discuss the function and ecological context of the compounds. Carefully produced and easy to read, this book serves students and professionals wishing to familiarize themselves with the field, and is ideally suited as a course book for both industry to academia.

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Stéphane La Barre is a senior research scientist at the French Centre National de la Recherche Scientifique. He obtained his MSc. Degree from Auckland University, New Zealand, and his PhD at James Cook University, Townsville, Australia, before entering CNRS in 1984. His multi-disciplinary career includes marine chemical ecology, natural products chemistry of terrestrial and marine organisms and polymer chemistry. Stéphane La Barre is currently the coordinator of the research cluster BioChiMar (Marine Biodiversity and Chemodiversity), and he is developing research on new analytical tools to evaluate and predict environmental changes on coral reefs diversity, both biological and chemical. Jean-Michel Kornprobst is emeritus professor at the University of Nantes, France. He is engineer in chemistry (Montpellier) and got his PhD at the University of Lyon in 1969. Assistant-professor at the University Paris 7 from 1970 to 1973, he became professor of organic chemistry at the University of Dakar, Senegal and worked on marine natural products from 1974 to 1990 and he created a scuba diving school at Dakar in 1984. He joined the University of Nantes in 1990 and became emeritus professor in 2003. He was responsible for two research programs on manapros at the University of Doha, Qatar, and Jeddah, Saudi Arabia. He published more than 100 publications and 3 books. He has recently been an invited professor at the Universities of Louvain-la-Neuve, Belgium, Campinas, Brazil, and Blida, Algeria and he is currently external member of the scientific advisory board of the marine Biotechnology Research Center (MRBC) of Rimouski, Québec, Canada.
Inhaltsangabe
PART 1. OUTSTANDING MARINE MOLECULES FROM A CHEMICAL POINT OF VIEW Marine Cyanotoxins Potentially Harmful to Human Health (Mélanie Roué
Muriel Gugger
Stjepko Golubic
Zouher Amzil
Romulo Aráoz
Jean Turquet
Mireille Chinain
Dominique Laurent) Marine Biotoxins: STX
TTX
CTX (Philippe Amade
Mohamed Mehiri
Richard J. Lewis) Impact of Marine-Derived Penicillium Species in the Discovery of New Potential Antitumor Drugs (Yves-François Pouchus
Marieke Vansteelandt
Catherine Roullier
Elodie Blanchet
Yan Guitton) Astonishing Fungal Diversity in Deep-Sea Hydrothermal Ecosystems: An Untapped Resource of Biotechnological Potential? (Gaëtan Burgaud
Laurence Meslet-Cladière
Georges Barbier
Virginia. P. Edgcomb) Glycolipids from Marine Invertebrates (Gilles Barnathan
Aurélie Couzinet-Mossion
Gaëtane Wielgosz-Collin
Nicolas Ruiz
Olivier Grovel) Pigments of Living Fossil Crinoids (Jean-Michel Kornprobst
Cécile Debitus) PART 2. OUTSTANDING MARINE MOLECULES FROM AN ECOLOGICAL POINT OF VIEW Bacterial Communication Systems (Tilmann Harder
Scott Rice
Sergey Dobretsov
Torsten Thomas
Alyssa Carré-Mlouka
Staffan Kjellberg
Peter Steinberg
Diane McDougald) Domoic Acid (Stéphane La Barre
Stephen Bates
Michael Quilliam) Algal Morphoinducers (Bénédicte Charrier
Zofia Nehr) Halogenation and Vanadium Haloperoxidases (Catherine Leblanc
Jean-Baptiste Fournier) PART 3. OUTSTANDING MARINE MOLECULES FOR THEIR BIOLOGICAL ACTIVITIES New Promising Substances in Pharmacology (Marie-Lise Bourguet-Kondracki
Jean-Michel Kornprobst) Promises of the Unprecedented Aminosterol Squalamine (Jean-Michel Brunel
Marie-Lise Bourguet-Kondracki) Marine Peptide Secondary Metabolites (Bernard Banaigs
Isabelle Bonnard
Anne Witzak
Nicolas Inguimbert) Conotoxins and other Conopeptides (David Craik
Quentin Kaas) Mycosporin-Like Amino Acids (MAAs) in Biological Photosystems (Stéphane La Barre
Joël Boustie
Catherine Roulier) The Extracellular Hemoglobins from Annelids and their Potentials used in Biotechnology (Franck Zal
Morgan Rousselot) Lamellarins: A Tribu of Bioactive Marine Natural Products (Christian Bailly) PART 4: NEW TRENDS IN ANALYTICAL METHODS NMR to Elucidate Structure (Stéphane Cérantola
Gaëlle Simon
Nelly Kervarec) General Introduction to Omics (Catherine Boyen
Jonas Collén) Gene Mining for Environmental Studies and Applications: Examples from Marine Organisms (Thierry Tonon
Simon Dittami) Proteomics and Metabolomics of Marine Organisms: Current Strategies and Knowledge (Philippe Potin
Funny Gaillard) Genomics of the Biosynthesis of Natural Products: From Genes to Metabolites (Olivier Ploux
Annick Méjean) High-Throughput Screening of Marine Resources (Stéphane Bach
Arnaud Hochard
Luc Reininger
Sandrine Ruchaud)