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学科主题: 物理化学
题名: Recent advaces in R&D of marine sponge-associated microorganisms
作者: Zhang HT(张海涛) ;  Jin Y(靳艳) ;  Yu XJ(虞星炬) ;  Jin MF(金美芳) ;  Zhang W(张卫)
会议名称: 6th Asia-Pacific Marine Biotechnology Conference
会议日期: 2004-11-27
出版日期: 2004-11-27
会议地点: 中国
其他题名: 海绵微生物研究进展
通讯作者: 张卫
部门归属: 十八室
摘要: Sponge (Piorifera) are primitive ,filter-feeding organisms, which is single best resources of marine natural products to-date. About 40-70% of sponge biomass is constituted of microorganism with many of them playing important roles in the biosynthesis of metabolites isolated from marine sponges. In this report, the advances in isolation, diversity, cultivation, and characterization secondary metabolites of marine sponge-associated microorganisms will be discussed for the past 10 years. Particular emphasis will be placed on the exploitation of this abundant and unique resource for a range of industrial applications, including pharmaceutical, biotechnological, environmental industries
语种: 中文
内容类型: 会议论文
URI标识: http://cas-ir.dicp.ac.cn/handle/321008/111664
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Zhang HT,Jin Y,Yu XJ,et al. Recent advaces in R&D of marine sponge-associated microorganisms[C]. 见:6th Asia-Pacific Marine Biotechnology Conference. 中国. 2004-11-27.
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