A biorefinery for Nannochloropsis: Induction, harvesting, and extraction of EPA-rich oil and high-value protein.

@article{Chua2017ABF,
  title={A biorefinery for Nannochloropsis: Induction, harvesting, and extraction of EPA-rich oil and high-value protein.},
  author={Elvis T. Chua and Peer M Schenk},
  journal={Bioresource technology},
  year={2017},
  volume={244 Pt 2},
  pages={
          1416-1424
        }
}
Microalgae have been studied as biofactories for almost four decades. Yet, even until today, many aspects of microalgae farming and processing are still considered exploratory because of the uniqueness of each microalgal species. Thus, it is important to develop the entire process of microalgae farming: from culturing to harvesting, and down to extracting the desired high-value products. Based on its rapid growth and high oil productivities, Nannochloropsis sp. is of particular interest to many… CONTINUE READING
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