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Journal of Biodiversity, Bioprospecting and Development

ISSN: 2376-0214

Journal of Biodiversity, Bioprospecting and Development

Marine Bioprospecting

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Marine bioprospecting may be defined as the search for bioactive molecules and compounds from marine sources having new, unique properties and the potential for commercial applications. Amongst others, applications include medicines, food and feed, textiles, cosmetics and the process industry. The Barents Sea, where temperate waters from the Gulf Stream and cold waters from the Arctic meet, is home to an enormous diversity of organisms, which are well adapted to the extreme conditions of their marine habitats. This makes these arctic species very attractive for marine bioprospecting. The Norwegian government strategically supports the development of marine bioprospecting as it has the potential to contribute to new and sustainable wealth creation. Tromsø and the northern areas play a central role in this strategy due to excellent access to unique Arctic marine organisms and the presence of marine industries and R&D competence and infrastructure in this region.

Journals related to Marine Bioprospecting
Ambio, European Journal of Organic Chemistry, New Biotechnology,Journal of Biotechnology, Biodiversity and Conservation, Cheminform,Marine Biotechnology.

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