Method for Obtaining and Physico-Chemical Characterization of Collagenic Extract of Rhizostoma Pulmo from the Black Sea
Keywords:Rhizostoma pulmo, jellyfish, marine collagen, bioactive compounds, medical applications.
AbstractRhizostoma pulmo is a jellyfish from the Black Sea basin that can be a source of natural bioactive compounds with substantial beneficial implications. It is important to use under-exploited marine resources in areas such as pharmaceuticals industry, medicine, cosmetics and dermatology. Marine collagen can be obtained from various sources. Several studies have focused on marine collagen, namely its extraction from alternative sources: fish, invertebrate marine animals such as sea sponges or jellyfish. The novelty is the extraction of marine collagen obtained from jellyfish of the species Rhizostoma pulmo found in the Black Sea and along the coast, the physico-chemical characterization, comparison with other types of collagenic extracts from fish and finally the formulation of a pharmaceutical preparation with medical applications.
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Ana-Maria, P., Sirbu, R., & Cadar, E. (2022). Method for Obtaining and Physico-Chemical Characterization of Collagenic Extract of Rhizostoma Pulmo from the Black Sea. European Journal of Natural Sciences and Medicine, 5(1), 49–58. https://doi.org/10.26417/769szy13
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