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Biochemical Study and GC-MS Analysis of Hypnea musciformis (Wulf.) Lamouroux

@inproceedings{Balamurugan2013BiochemicalSA,
  title={Biochemical Study and GC-MS Analysis of Hypnea musciformis (Wulf.) Lamouroux},
  author={Mohan Balamurugan and Govindarasu Ganapathy Selvam and Thillaikkannu Thinakaran and Kathiresan Sivakumar and Annamalai Nagar},
  year={2013}
}
Hypnea musciformis (red seaweed) was investigated for the richness of its bioactive compounds. The ethanolic extract was subjected to GC-MS analysis revealed 26 chemical constituents. Seaweed exhibits potentially bioactive major constituents like n-hexadecanoic acid-tetradecanoic acid, oleic acid-9-octadecenoic acid-6-octadecenoic acid, hexadecanoic acid-ethyl ester-ethyl tridecanoate and octadecanoic acid. Further biochemical and mineral analyses presented the phenolic content, total… 

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