Agar extraction from Pyropia haitanensis residue after the removal and purification of phycobiliproteins

@article{Zhao2019AgarEF,
  title={Agar extraction from Pyropia haitanensis residue after the removal and purification of phycobiliproteins},
  author={Ping Zhao and Niu Jianfeng and Li Huan and Wenhui Gu and Mingjiang Wu and Guangce Wang},
  journal={Journal of Applied Phycology},
  year={2019},
  pages={1-9}
}
Pyropia haitanensis is one of the most important and commercial species of edible seaweed in China. However, at its late growth stages it is unsuitable for food processing and is usually treated as waste. The present study investigated the full use of aging Py. haitanensis and attempted to improve its economic value through the purification of R-phycoerythrin combining the extraction of agar from the dry residue after phycobiliprotein extraction. The recovery of R-phycoerythrin from crude… CONTINUE READING
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