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Antioxidants | Free Full-Text | Brown Macroalgae as Valuable

Due to the balanced nutritional value and abundance of bioactive compounds, seaweeds represent great candidates to be used as health-promoting ingredients by the food industry. In this field, Phaeophyta, i.e., brown macroalgae, have been receiving great attention particularly due to their abundance in complex polysaccharides, phlorotannins, fucoxanthin and iodine. In the past decade, brown

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antioxidants | free full-text | brown macroalgae as valuable

Antioxidants | Free Full-Text | Brown Macroalgae as Valuable

Feature Papers represent the most advanced research with significant potential for high impact in the field. Feature Papers are submitted upon individual invitation or recommendation by the scientific editors and undergo peer review prior to publication.

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Antioxidants | Free Full-Text | Metabolites with Antioxidant

Reactive oxygen species (ROS) attack biological molecules, such as lipids, proteins, enzymes, DNA, and RNA, causing cellular and tissue damage. Hence, the disturbance of cellular antioxidant homeostasis can lead to oxidative stress and the onset of a plethora of diseases. Macroalgae, growing in stressful conditions under intense exposure to UV radiation, have developed protective mechanisms

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Antibiotics | Free Full-Text | Macroalgae as a Source of

Brown macroalgae are a rich source of alginate with a content that varies between 14 and 40% of their dry mass . After the alginates, β-glucans (laminarans), cellulose and heteroglycans are present in important amounts in brown algae . Laminarans are β-D-glucans with low molecular weight that are linear polysaccharides of glucose linked by 1

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(pdf) antioxidant profile of brown algae from the iberian

(PDF) Antioxidant profile of brown algae from the Iberian

Antioxidants are considered as high value compounds t hat can delay or prevent oxidation, that is, they will create. a defense against free radicals that result from oxidative stress. In the

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antioxidant activity of the brown macroalgae fucus spiralis

Antioxidant Activity of the Brown Macroalgae Fucus spiralis

Antioxidant Activity of the Brown Macroalgae Fucus spiralis Linnaeus Harvested from the West Coast of Ireland Request full-text PDF. as a new source of bioactive compounds with valuable

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In the last few decades, attention on new natural antimicrobial compounds has arisen due to a change in consumer preferences and the increase in the number of resistant microorganisms. Macroalgae play a special role in the pursuit of new active molecules as they have been traditionally consumed and are known for their chemical and nutritional composition and their biological properties

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valuable compounds in macroalgae extracts. - abstract

Valuable compounds in macroalgae extracts. - Abstract

Enrichment of polyphenol contents and antioxidant activities of Irish brown macroalgae using food-friendly techniques based on polarity and molecular size. Tierney MS, Smyth TJ, Rai DK, Soler-Vila A, Croft AK, Brunton N. Food Chem, 139(1-4):753-761, 23 Jan 2013 Cited by: 25 articles | PMID: 23561170

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antioxidant activity of the brown macroalgae fucus spiralis

Antioxidant Activity of the Brown Macroalgae Fucus spiralis

Antioxidant Activity of the Brown Macroalgae Fucus spiralis Linnaeus Harvested from the West Coast of Ireland Request full-text PDF. as a new source of bioactive compounds with valuable

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valuable compounds in macroalgae extracts. - abstract

Valuable compounds in macroalgae extracts. - Abstract

Enrichment of polyphenol contents and antioxidant activities of Irish brown macroalgae using food-friendly techniques based on polarity and molecular size. Tierney MS, Smyth TJ, Rai DK, Soler-Vila A, Croft AK, Brunton N. Food Chem, 139(1-4):753-761, 23 Jan 2013 Cited by: 25 articles | PMID: 23561170

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overview on the application of modern methods for the

Overview on the Application of Modern Methods for the

Free full text . Mar between TPC and antioxidant properties. Brown macroalgae generally have higher more valuable because the data available in the literature

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(pdf) effect of particle size on phytochemical composition

(PDF) Effect of particle size on phytochemical composition

Brown macroalgae Sargassu m wightii has shown strong inhibition aga inst free-radical DPPH and ABTS with IC 50 around 320 to 800 µg/mL 47 . Another st udy shown presence of major antio xidant

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antioxidant and structure–activity relationship of

Antioxidant and structure–activity relationship of

This study aimed at isolating acylphloroglucinol derivatives with potential antioxidant effect from the brown alga Zonaria tournefortii and to ascertain their structure–activity relationship (SAR). Fractionation and HPLC purification led to the isolation of four major metabolites that were screened for their antioxidant activity via five complementary methods. Results indicated that all the

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PAPER OPEN ACCESS The potency of green algae Chaetomorpha

antioxidants have been isolated from macroalgae [3]. Indonesia has the second longest coastline that is suitable for marine macroalgae growth and development. Indonesia have high marine macroalgae biodiversity. Marine macroalgae are consist of green macroalgae (Chlorophyta), brown macroalgae (Phaeophyta) and red macroalgae (Rhodophyta).

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high-value products from macroalgae: the potential uses of

High-value products from macroalgae: the potential uses of

Marine seaweeds represent an abundant source of natural products and may harbour valuable chemicals. The brown seaweed Sargassum muticum is an invasive species to the coasts of the British Isles, mainland Europe and North America. Attempts at its eradication and control have generally not been successful, although time-consuming and costly. Commercial exploration of this biomass for food, fuel

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effect of particle size on phytochemical composition and

Effect of particle size on phytochemical composition and

Tierney, M. S. et al. Enrichment of polyphenol contents and antioxidant activities of Irish brown macroalgae using food-friendly techniques based on polarity and molecular size. Food Chem. 139

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the potential of seaweeds as a source of functional

The Potential of Seaweeds as a Source of Functional

During the 18th century, soda was obtained from brown macroalgae (Phaeophyceae) by collecting and scorching. In the following century, the main source of this compound was moved to the soda-rich mines discovered in Austria, among others, so the use of algae for this purpose drastically decreased.

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overview on the application of modern methods for the

Overview on the Application of Modern Methods for the

Free full text . Mar between TPC and antioxidant properties. Brown macroalgae generally have higher more valuable because the data available in the literature

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antioxidant effects of brown algae sargassum on sperm

Antioxidant Effects of Brown Algae Sargassum on Sperm

INTRODUCTION. It is well-known that Marine algae, such as Brown algae Sargassum, are rich sources of antioxidant compounds. 1 The antioxidant properties of this species can be used to neutralize the effects of oxidative reactions in several processes such as cryopreservation, which is a branch of cryobiology that deals with the long-term preservation of cells at very low temperatures. 2,3

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(pdf) effect of particle size on phytochemical composition

(PDF) Effect of particle size on phytochemical composition

Brown macroalgae Sargassu m wightii has shown strong inhibition aga inst free-radical DPPH and ABTS with IC 50 around 320 to 800 µg/mL 47 . Another st udy shown presence of major antio xidant

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paper open access the potency of green algae chaetomorpha

PAPER OPEN ACCESS The potency of green algae Chaetomorpha

antioxidants have been isolated from macroalgae [3]. Indonesia has the second longest coastline that is suitable for marine macroalgae growth and development. Indonesia have high marine macroalgae biodiversity. Marine macroalgae are consist of green macroalgae (Chlorophyta), brown macroalgae (Phaeophyta) and red macroalgae (Rhodophyta).

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antioxidant and structure–activity relationship of

Antioxidant and structure–activity relationship of

This study aimed at isolating acylphloroglucinol derivatives with potential antioxidant effect from the brown alga Zonaria tournefortii and to ascertain their structure–activity relationship (SAR). Fractionation and HPLC purification led to the isolation of four major metabolites that were screened for their antioxidant activity via five complementary methods. Results indicated that all the

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microalgae: a potential alternative to health supplementation

Microalgae: A potential alternative to health supplementation

To counter these free radicals, antioxidants are synthesized by the human cells. Additionally, human body has a balance between the oxidant to antioxidant ratio, any disturbance to this equilibrium will result in accumulation of free radicals. This phenomenon is known as oxidative stress.

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(pdf) chemical composition of red, brown and green macroalgae

(PDF) Chemical composition of red, brown and green macroalgae

[Show full abstract] Kailolo exhibited the highest value in density and biodiversity of macroalgae in the study regions with 47 species from 31 genera consisting of 21 species of red algae, 14

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