You are on page 1of 6

See

discussions, stats, and author profiles for this publication at: https://www.researchgate.net/publication/259339937

Book chapter
Dataset December 2013

READS

107

3 authors:
Karthik Loganathan

Gaurav Kumar

Shanghai Jiao Tong University

Lovely Professional University

105 PUBLICATIONS 791 CITATIONS

88 PUBLICATIONS 681 CITATIONS

SEE PROFILE

SEE PROFILE

Bhaskar Rao
VIT University
130 PUBLICATIONS 832 CITATIONS
SEE PROFILE

Available from: Gaurav Kumar


Retrieved on: 21 August 2016

Marine
Biomaterials
Characterization, Isolation
and

Applications

Edited by

Se-Kwon Kim

CRC Press
Taylor & Francis Croup
Boca Raton

CRC Press is an

Taylor

London

Imprint of

New York

the

& Francis Croup, an informa business

Contents

ix

Preface

xi

Acknowledgments

xiii

Editor
Contributors

Part I

xv

Isolation and Characterization of Marine Biomaterials


3

1. Introduction to Marine Biomaterials

Se-Kwon Kim and


2.

Hydroxyapatite from

Marine Fish Bone: Isolation

and Characterization

Techniques

Jayachandran
3.

Jayachandran

Venkatesan

17

Venkatesan and Se-Kwon Kim

Hydroxyapatite and

Calcium

Phosphates from

Marine Sources:

29

Extraction and Characterization


Clara

Piccirillo, Manuela M.

Pintado,

and Paula ML. Castro

4. Isolation and Characterization of Chitin and Chitosan


as

Potential Biomaterials

Nitar Nioe,

Tetsuya Furuike,

5. Structure Elucidation and

Wei
6.

Zhang, Ming Liu,

45

and Hiroshi Tamura

Biological

Effects of

Carrageenans from Red Algae

61

and Poul Erik Hansen

Study of Marine-Derived Fatty Acids and Their Therapeutic Importance

79

Parimal C. Sen
7. Marine Toxins for Natural Products

Muthuvel Arumugam,

89

Drug Discovery

Thangavel Balasubramanian,

8. Conotoxins: A Source of Biomaterial for

and Se-Kwon Kim

Pharmacology

and Neuroscience

107

Ngo Dang Nghia


9.

Pigmented Marine Heterotrophic Bacteria: Occurrence, Diversity,


and Characterization of Pigmentation
Marit H. Stafsnes and Per Bruheim

10. Antitumor

Pigments from Marine Bacteria

117

149

Azamjon B. Soliev and Keiichi Enomoto


11. Structural Characteristics of Bioactive Marine Natural Products
Snezana

173

Agatonovic-Kustrin, David Morton, and Christine Kettle


v

Contents

vi

12. Environmental and Human

Impact on Marine
Microorganism-Synthesized Nanoparticles
L.

13.

Karthik,

253

Gaurav Kumar, and K,V. Bhaskara Rao

Biosynthesis and Characterization of Different Nanoparticles


and Its Larvicidal Activity against Human Disease Vectors
Arivarasan Vishnu Kirthi, Chidambaram Jayaseelan, and Abdul Abdul

273
Rahuman

14. Mussel-Derived Adhesive Biomaterials

Dong

Soo

Part II
15.

Hwang,

Yoo

Biological

Seong Choi,

and

289

Hyung Joan

Cha

Activities of Marine Biomaterials

Biological Applications of Marine


A. Malshani Samaraweera and

Biomaterials

Janak

16. Health Benefits of Sulfated


Se-Kxuon Kim,
17.

Biological
Alberto

Polysaccharides from Marine Algae


Dai-Hung Ngo, Thanh-Sang Vo, and Dai-Nghiep Ngo

Activities and Potential

Otero,

Maria

313

K. Vidanarachchi

Applications of Marine Biotoxins


Jose Chapela, Jorge Lago, Juan M. Vieites, and Ana G. Cabado

333

345

18.

Compounds from Marine Organisms with Antiviral Activity


Se-Kzvon Kim, Fatih Karadeniz, and Mustafa Zafer Karagozlu

397

19.

Biological Activities of Marine-Derived Bioactive Peptides


Chen Zhang, Yuanfeng Ruan, and Se-Kwon Kim

405

20.

Health Beneficial Effects of Docosahexaenoic Acid: A Marine Treasure

413

Na-Young Song
21. Treatment of

and

Obesity

Se-Kwon Kim, Fatih

22. Potential

Young-Joon Surh
and Diabetes with Marine-Derived Biomaterials

Karadeniz, and Mustafa

437

Zafer Karagozlu

Anticoagulant Effect of Seaweed-Derived Biomaterials


Quang Van Ta

447

Se-Kwon Kim and

23. Microbial Biomaterials and Their

Se-Kwon Kim, Ira

Bhatnagar,

24. Marine Biomaterials for

Se-Kwon Kim,

and

Applications
Ramjee Pallela

Antiallergic Therapeutics
Thanh-Sang Vo, and Dai-Hung Ngo

457

467

vii

Contents

Part III

Biomedical

Applications of

Marine Biomaterials

25. Biomedical Potential of Unchlorinated Briararte

Diterpenes

from

Gorgonians
481

and Sea Pens


Bruce F. Bowden and loana M, Vasilescu
26.

Application of Marine Collagen-Based Scaffolds in Bone Tissue Engineering.... 519


Ramjee Pallela, Jayachandran Venkatesan, Ira Bhatnagar, Yoon-Bo Shim,
and Se-Kwon Kim

27.

Biocomposites Containing Chitosan for Bone Tissue Engineering


Sekaran Saravanan, Mohita Trivedi, Ambigapathi Moorthi,
and Nagarajan Selvamunigan

28. Marine Plants and


M.

29.

Algae

as

Promising

Lopez-Alvarez, J. Serra, J.M.

3D Scaffolds for Tissue

Engineering

529

541

Sanchez, A. de Carlos, and P. Gonzalez

Application of Marine Biomaterials in Orthopedic


Tissue Surgical Challenges

and Soft

561

Samil Kumar Nandi, Uttam Datta, and Subhasish Bisxvas

Drug Delivery and Tissue Engineering:


Regeneration and Repair
and Genes
of
Proteins,
Delivery
Therapeutic Drugs,

30. Marine Materials in

From Natural Role Models to Bone

and Slow
575

Besim Ben-Nissan and David W. Green


31.

Polysaccharides from Seaweeds: Modification and Potential


Application in Drug Delivery
Hector }. Prado, Maria C. Matuleiuicz, Pablo R. Bonelli, and Ana L. Cukierman

32. Marine Biomaterials: Role in

Engineering

Drug Delivery and


Applications

603

Tissue
633

toward Biomedical

Devarai Santhosh Kumar and Kota Sobha

33.

Application of Marine Biomaterials for Gene Delivery


You-Kyoung Kim, Hu-Lin Jiang, Bijay Singh, Yun-Jaie Choi, Myung-Haing Cho,
Toshihiro Akaike, and Chong-Su Cho

657

34.

Advantages of Chitin-Based Nanobiomaterials in Nanomedicine


S. Sozvmya, Shantikumar V. Nair, and R. Jayakumar

673

35. Chitin Nanofibrils for Biomimetic Products:


and
P.

Nanoparticles
Nanocomposite Chitosan Films in Health Care

Morganti,

G. Tishchenko, M. Palombo, I. Kelnar, L. Brozova, M.

E. Pavlova, L.

Kobera, and F. Carezzi

681

Spirkova,

Contents

viii

36. Role of
and

Nanocomposites
Nanobiotechnology

Abdul Bakrudeen Ali

Part IV
37.

and Nanostructured Biomaterials in Biomedical


717

Ahmed,

Industrial

R. Arun

Kumar, and Rosna Mat Taha

Applications

of Marine-Derived Biomaterials

Industry Perspectives of Marine-Derived Proteins as Biomaterials


Se-Kzvon Kim, Dai-Hung Ngo, Thanh-Sang Vo, and BoMi Ryu

38. Marine

Polysaccharide (Chitosan) and Its


Rajesh

Derivatives

as

Water Purifier

737

747

Y. Dominic Ravichandran and R.

39. Industrial

Applications

of Marine

Polysaccharides

765

S.N. Joshi, A.N. Bedekar, and P.N. Sudha


40.

Application of Enzymes from Marine Microorganisms


Xiujuan Shi, E. Song, and Chen Zhang

Index

787

797