Biochemical and antiviral activities of enzymatic hydrolysates from different invasive French seaweeds

@article{Hardouin2013BiochemicalAA,
  title={Biochemical and antiviral activities of enzymatic hydrolysates from different invasive French seaweeds},
  author={K{\'e}vin Hardouin and A-S. Burlot and Amalia Umami and Ana{\"e}lle Tanniou and Val{\'e}rie Stiger-Pouvreau and Ita Widowati and Gilles Bedoux and Nathalie Bourgougnon},
  journal={Journal of Applied Phycology},
  year={2013},
  volume={26},
  pages={1029-1042}
}
Proliferations of green, brown and red algae appear in shallow sandy bays in North Brittany (France), and they represent a real economic constraint for the affected communities. In addition to the nuisance for residents and tourist activity, the communities must carry out systematic collection. The collected algae are spread on agricultural land spreading or composted, but these solutions reach their limits rapidly, bringing little added value to the collected algae. Seaweeds are potentially… CONTINUE READING
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