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Microorganisms and microalgae as sources of pigments for food use: a scientific oddity or an industrial reality?
Microbial Production of Food Grade Pigments
- L. Dufossé
- 29 May 2006
The successful marketing of pigments derived from algae or extracted from plants, both as a food colour and a nutritional supplement, reflects the presence and importance of niche markets in which consumers are willing to pay a premium for »all natural ingredients«.
Filamentous fungi are large-scale producers of pigments and colorants for the food industry.
Separation and determination of the physico-chemical characteristics of curcumin, demethoxycurcumin and bisdemethoxycurcumin
Inhibition of marine bacteria by extracts of macroalgae: potential use for environmentally friendly antifouling paints.
Production, Identification, and Toxicity of (gamma)-Decalactone and 4-Hydroxydecanoic Acid from Sporidiobolus spp
- G. Feron, L. Dufossé, E. Piérard, P. Bonnarme, J. Quéré, H. Spinnler
- Biology, MedicineApplied and environmental microbiology
- 1 August 1996
During the bioconversion of ricinoleic acid to (gamma)-decalactone under controlled pH conditions, Sporidiobolus salmonicolor produced only the lactone form, while S. ruinenii produced both the lact one form and a precursor, which was identified as 4-hydroxydecanoic acid.
Enzymatic hydrolysis of proteins from yellowfin tuna (Thunnus albacares) wastes using Alcalase
Anthraquinones and Derivatives from Marine-Derived Fungi: Structural Diversity and Selected Biological Activities
- M. Fouillaud, M. Venkatachalam, E. Girard-Valenciennes, Y. Caro, L. Dufossé
- Chemistry, BiologyMarine drugs
- 25 March 2016
This review investigates the present knowledge about the anthraquinones and derivatives listed to date from marine-derived filamentous fungi′s productions and highlights the molecules which have been identified in microorganisms for the first time.
Optimization of free radical scavenging activity by response surface methodology in the hydrolysis of shrimp processing discards