Development of bioprocesses for the integral valorisation of fish discards

New strategy to cope with common fishery policy landing obligation: collagen extraction from skins and bones of undersized hake (Merluccius merluccius).
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Optimal isolation and characterisation of chondroitin sulfate from rabbit fish (Chimaera monstrosa)
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An integral and sustainable valorisation strategy of squid pen byproducts
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Quantitative evaluation of sulfation position prevalence in chondroitin sulphate by Raman spectroscopy
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Isolation and Chemical Characterization of Chondroitin Sulfate from Cartilage By-Products of Blackmouth Catshark (Galeus melastomus)
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Production of Valuable Compounds and Bioactive Metabolites from By-Products of Fish Discards Using Chemical Processing, Enzymatic Hydrolysis, and Bacterial Fermentation
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Collagen Extraction Optimization from the Skin of the Small-Spotted Catshark (S. canicula) by Response Surface Methodology
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Valorization of By-Products from Commercial Fish Species: Extraction and Chemical Properties of Skin Gelatins
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Current Stage of Marine Ceramic Grafts for 3D Bone Tissue Regeneration
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Biofilm formation behaviour of marine filamentous cyanobacterial strains in controlled hydrodynamic conditions
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Application of Shark Teeth–Derived Bioapatites as a Bone Substitute in Veterinary Orthopedics. Preliminary Clinical Trial in Dogs and Cats

Characterization and Cytotoxic Effect of Biosurfactants Obtained from Different Sources
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First Evidence of a Benign Bone Cyst in an Adult Teckel Dog Treated with Shark Teeth-Derived Bioapatites – Case Report

Fluor-carbonated hydroxyapatite coatings by pulsed laser deposition. Cell viability and antibacterial properties.
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A novel method for the production of core-shell microparticles by inverse gelation optimized with artificial intelligent tools
Doc. 16

Marine invertebrates are a source of bioadhesives with biomimetic interest
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The relative importance of shear forces and surface hydrophobicity on biofilm formation by coccoid cyanobacteria
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Lactoferrin-based nanoemulsions to improve the physical and chemical stability of omega-3 fatty acids
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Marine chondroitin sulfate of defined molecular weight by enzymatic depolymerization Carbohydrate Polymers (220)
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Production, Characterization, and Bioactivity of Fish Protein Hydrolysates from Aquaculture Turbot (Scophthalmus maximus) Wastes
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Hyaluronic acid of tailored molecular weight by enzymatic and acid depolymerization
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Valorisation of fish discards assisted by enzymatic hydrolysis and microbial bioconversion: Lab and pilot plant studies and preliminary sustainability evaluation
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Desarrollo de nuevos filamentos para impresión 3D basados en cerámicas bioinspiradas
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White and red LEDs as two-phase batch for cyanobacterial pigments production
Doc. 25

Carotenoids from Cyanobacteria: A Biotechnological Approach for the Topical Treatment of Psoriasis
Doc. 26

Fabrication and Deposition of Copper and Copper Oxide Nanoparticles by Laser Ablation in Open Air

Bioconversion of Fish Discards through the Production of Lactic Acid Bacteria and metabolites: Sustainable Application of Fish Peptones in Nutritive Fermentation Media

Production of Marine Probiotic Bacteria in a Cost-Effective Marine Media Based on Peptones
Obtained from Discarded Fish By-Products

Does Subunit Composition Influence the Intermolecular Crosslinking of Fish Collagen? A
Study with Hake and Blue Shark Skin Collagens

Chondroitin sulfate and hydroxyapatite from Prionace glauca shark jaw: Physicochemical and structural characterization

An on-land management and valorization approach for biomass associated with landing obligation compliance

Experimental Assessment of the Performance of Two Marine Coatings to Curb Biofilm Formation of Microfoulers

Optimal Recovery of Valuable Biomaterials, Chondroitin Sulfate and Bioapatites, from Central Skeleton Wastes of Blue Shark

Developing New Marine Antifouling Surfaces: Learning from Single-Strain Laboratory Tests

Characterization of planktonic and biofilm cells from two filamentous cyanobacteria using a shotgun proteomic approach