Journal: Journal of Pharmacy Research

Article Id: JPRS-MPDI-00001647
Title: Biosynthetic Potential of Marine Microbial Symbionts
Category: Marine Pharmacy Drug Investigation
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    Marine plants and animals are well known to harbor diverse microorganisms. These marine microbial symbionts are a prolific source of a large variety of bioactive natural products with diverse pharmacological potential. Genome mining of marine microbial symbionts is widely developing techniques to discover novel natural products biosynthetic genes and metabolites. The ever rapidly increasing available whole-genomes of microbes has revealed plethora of secondary metabolites encoding genes than discovered metabolites. The development in genome sequencing technology has triggered the natural products biosynthesis genetics and biochemistry. This review, highlights biosynthetic potential of marine symbiotic microorganisms and their metabolites.

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    Author(s) Name:

    Ramasamy Anbuchezhian

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    Centre of Advanced Studies in Marine Biology, Annamalai University, Parangipettai 608 502, Tamil Nadu, India

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    Ramasamy Anbuchezhian
    Centre of Advanced Studies in Marine Biology,
    Annamalai University,
    Parangipettai 608 502,
    Tamil Nadu, India

    Received on:25-09-2016; Revised on: 21-10-2016; Accepted on: 29-11-2016

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    Author:

    Ramasamy Anbuchezhian

    Title:Biosynthetic Potential of Marine Microbial Symbionts
    Journal:Journal of Pharmacy Research
    Vol(issue):10(11)
    Year:2016
    Page No: (750-752)
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    Methodology:Secondary metabolites, Biosynthesis
    Research Materials:Marine organisms

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Marine organisms Microbial symbionts Secondary metabolites Biosynthesis

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