Subject Area物理化学
In vitro sponge cell culture: a sustainable approach, Symposium
Zhang W(张卫)
Conference NameThe European Research Area and the Framework Programme
Conference Date2002-11-11
Conference Place比利时
Funding OrganizationGerman Center of Excellence: BIOTECmarin
AbstractSponges and their associated microorganisms are the richest source for bioactive compounds in the animal kingdom. These compounds have been "trimmed" by evolution for over 800 million years to highest pharmacological activity. The development of modern cell- and molecular biological techniques will allow a sustainable exploitation of these valuable resources. This task is of highest priority in biomedicine and biotechnology and its solution requires the combination of the expertise of groups and teams from different countries on European level. Only an integrated effort will allow to provide the required sufficient amounts of compounds needed for clinical trials.
Document Type会议论文
Corresponding AuthorZhang W(张卫)
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Zhang W. In vitro sponge cell culture: a sustainable approach, Symposium[C],2002:17/14.
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