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A Bibliometric Analysis of Microalgae Research in the World, Europe, and the European Atlantic Area ArchiMer
Rumin, Judith; Nicolau, Elodie; Gonçalves De Oliveira Junior, Raimundo; Fuentes-grünewald, Claudio; Flynn, Kevin J; Picot, Laurent.
A bibliographic database of scientific papers published by authors affiliated worldwide, especially focused in Europe and in the European Atlantic Area, and containing the keywords “microalga(e)” or “phytoplankton” was built. A corpus of 79,020 publications was obtained and analyzed using the Orbit Intellixir software to highlight the evolution of the research domain. Publication rates from 1960 to 2019, organization of the research, collaboration networks between countries and organizations, emerging and fading research concepts, major studied species, and associated concepts, as well as journals publishing microalgae research were considered. As a result, of the 79,020 papers published worldwide, 26,137 included authors from Europe (33% of world...
Tipo: Text Palavras-chave: Biotechnology; European Atlantic Area; Microalgae; Phytoplankton; Research; Market; Bibliometrics.
Ano: 2020 URL: https://archimer.ifremer.fr/doc/00605/71725/70191.pdf
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Antimelanoma activity of Heterocapsa triquetra pigments ArchiMer
Haguet, Quentin; Bonnet, Antoine; Berard, Jean-baptiste; Goldberg, Joelle; Joguet, Nicolas; Fleury, Audrey; Thiery, Valerie; Picot, Laurent.
Heterocapsa triquetra (Ht), a non-toxic dinophyte, was selected to investigate the presence of pigments inhibiting melanoma cells growth. We developed an innovative microwave-assisted extraction process (MAE), determined the Ht pigment composition using Reverse Phase-High Performance Liquid Chromatography (HPLC) and high-resolution Ultra Performance Liquid Chromatography-Mass Spectrometry E (UPLC-MSE) analysis and assessed their antiproliferative activity in human invasive melanoma cells (A2058) grown in vitro. MAE allowed a fast and efficient extraction of Ht pigments as compared with conventional processes (soaking, sonication). Seventeen pigments and derivatives were unequivocally identified by UPLC-MSᴱ in the Ht extract, among which two were supposed...
Tipo: Text Palavras-chave: Dinophyte; Heterocapsa; Melanoma; Microalgae; Microwave assisted extraction; Pigment.
Ano: 2017 URL: https://archimer.ifremer.fr/doc/00390/50127/50806.pdf
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Antiproliferative Activity of Cyanophora paradoxa Pigments in Melanoma, Breast and Lung Cancer Cells ArchiMer
Baudelet, Paul-hubert; Gagez, Anne-laure; Berard, Jean-baptiste; Juin, Camille; Bridiau, Nicolas; Kaas, Raymond; Thiery, Valerie; Cadoret, Jean-paul; Picot, Laurent.
The glaucophyte Cyanophora paradoxa (Cp) was chemically investigated to identify pigments efficiently inhibiting malignant melanoma, mammary carcinoma and lung adenocarcinoma cells growth. Cp water and ethanol extracts significantly inhibited the growth of the three cancer cell lines in vitro, at 100 mu g.mL(-1). Flash chromatography of the Cp ethanol extract, devoid of c-phycocyanin and allophycocyanin, enabled the collection of eight fractions, four of which strongly inhibited cancer cells growth at 100 mu g.mL(-1). Particularly, two fractions inhibited more than 90% of the melanoma cells growth, one inducing apoptosis in the three cancer cells lines. The detailed analysis of Cp pigment composition resulted in the discrimination of 17 molecules, ten of...
Tipo: Text Palavras-chave: Pigments; Microalgae; Cyanophora paradoxa; Melanoma; Cancer; Apoptosis; Zeaxanthin; Cryptoxanthin.
Ano: 2013 URL: http://archimer.ifremer.fr/doc/00177/28818/27289.pdf
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Antiproliferative Activity of Violaxanthin Isolated from Bioguided Fractionation of Dunaliella tertiolecta Extracts ArchiMer
Pasquet, Virginie; Morisset, Perrine; Ihammouine, Said; Chepied, Amandine; Aumailley, Lucie; Berard, Jean-baptiste; Serive, Benoit; Kaas, Raymond; Lanneluc, Isabelle; Thiery, Valerie; Lafferriere, Mathieu; Piot, Jean-marie; Patrice, Thierry; Cadoret, Jean-paul; Picot, Laurent.
Dunaliella tertiolecta (DT) was chemically investigated to isolate molecules inhibiting cancer cell proliferation and inducing apoptosis in vitro. The potency to inhibit cell growth was used for the bio-guided fractionation and isolation of active compounds using chromatographic techniques. The DT dichloromethane extract exhibited a strong anti-proliferative activity on MCF-7 and LNCaP cells, and was further fractionated and sub-fractionated by RP-HPLC. High resolution mass spectrometry and spectrophotometric analysis unequivocally identified violaxanthin as the most antiproliferative molecule present in DT DCM extract. Violaxanthin purified from DT induced MCF-7 dose- dependent growth inhibition in continuous and discontinuous treatments, at...
Tipo: Text Palavras-chave: Pigments; Microalgae; Dunaliella; Violaxanthin; Carotenoid; Cancer; Apoptosis.
Ano: 2011 URL: http://archimer.ifremer.fr/doc/00040/15142/12575.pdf
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Community analysis of pigment patterns from 37 microalgae strains reveals new carotenoids and porphyrins characteristic of distinct strains and taxonomic groups ArchiMer
Serive, Benoit; Nicolau, Elodie; Berard, Jean-baptiste; Kaas, Raymond; Pasquet, Virginie; Picot, Laurent; Cadoret, Jean-paul.
Phytoplankton, with an estimated 30 000 to 1 000 000 species clustered in 12 phyla, presents a high taxonomic and ecophysiological diversity, reflected by the complex distribution of pigments among the different algal classes. High performance liquid chromatography is the gold standard method for qualitative and quantitative analysis of phytoplankton pigments in seawater and culture samples, but only a few pigments can be used as robust chemotaxonomic markers. A major challenge is thus to identify new ones, characteristic of a strain, species, class or taxon that cannot be currently identified on the basis of its pigment signature. Using an optimized extraction process coupled to a HPLC de-replication strategy, we examined the pigment composition of 37...
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Ano: 2017 URL: http://archimer.ifremer.fr/doc/00373/48416/48627.pdf
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Fractionation of fish protein hydrolysates by ultrafiltration and nanofiltration: impact on peptidic populations ArchiMer
Bourseau, Patrick; Vandanjon, Laurent; Jaouen, Pascal; Chaplain-derouiniot, Maryse; Masse, Anthony; Guerard, Fabienne; Chabeaud, Aurélie; Fouchereau-peron, Martine; Le Gal, Yves; Ravallec-ple, Rosenn; Berge, Jean-pascal; Picot, Laurent; Piot, Jean -marie; Batista, Ireneu; Thorkelsson, Gudjon; Delannoy, Charles; Jakobsen, Greta; Johansson, Inger.
The production by enzymatic treatment of fish protein hydrolysates (FPH) is a promising route to add value to fisheries proteinic co-products (fish frames, heads etc.). Indeed, FPH possess good nutritional properties and biological activities for food and feed uses. Pressure-driven membrane separations such as ultrafiltration (UF) and nanofiltration (NF) can be used after the hydrolysis to, increase the specific activities of the FPH. This paper discusses the impact of a two-step UF/NF process producing four different fractions on two industrial FPH with different hydrolysis degrees. Fractionation is carried out in "realistic" conditions for an industrial process, on highly concentrated FPH solutions (about 100 g of dry matter/L) at a high volume reduction...
Tipo: Text Palavras-chave: Peptidic profile; Fractionation process; Membrane separation; Nanofiltration; Ultrafiltration; FPH; Fish protein hydrolysate.
Ano: 2009 URL: http://archimer.ifremer.fr/doc/2009/publication-6653.pdf
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Impact of ultrafiltration and nanofiltration of an industrial fish protein hydrolysate on its bioactive properties ArchiMer
Picot, Laurent; Ravallec, Rozenn; Fouchereau-peron, Martine; Vandanjon, Laurent; Jaouen, Pascal; Chaplain-derouiniot, Maryse; Guerard, Fabienne; Chabeaud, Aurelie; Legal, Yves; Martinez Alvarez, Oscar; Berge, Jean-pascal; Piot, Jean-marie; Batista, Irineu; Pires, Carla; Thorkelsson, Gudjon; Delannoy, Charles; Jakobsen, Greta; Johansson, Inger; Bourseau, Patrick.
BACKGROUND: Numerous studies have demonstrated that in vitro controlled enzymatic hydrolysis of fish and shellfish proteins leads to bioactive peptides. Ultrafiltration (UF) and/or nanofiltration (NF) can be used to refine hydrolysates and also to fractionate them in order to obtain a peptide population enriched in selected sizes. This study was designed to highlight the impact of controlled UF and NF on the stability of biological activities of an industrial fish protein hydrolysate (FPH) and to understand whether fractionation could improve its content in bioactive peptides. RESULTS: The starting fish protein hydrolysate exhibited a balanced amino acid composition, a reproducible molecular weight (MW) profile, and a low sodium chloride content, allowing...
Tipo: Text Palavras-chave: Fish protein hydrolysate; Ultrafiltration; Nanofiltration; Membrane separation; Fractionation process; Bioactive peptide.
Ano: 2010 URL: http://archimer.ifremer.fr/doc/00011/12217/9259.pdf
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Microwave-assisted extraction of phycobiliproteins from Porphyridium purpureum ArchiMer
Juin, Camille; Cherouvrier, Jean-rene; Thiery, Valerie; Gagez, Anne-laure; Berard, Jean-baptiste; Joguet, Nicolas; Kaas, Raymond; Cadoret, Jean-paul; Picot, Laurent.
In the present study, microwave-assisted extraction was first employed to extract the phycobiliproteins of Porphyridium purpureum (Pp). Freeze-dried Pp cells were subjected to microwave-assisted extraction (MAE) to extract phycoerythin (PE), phycocyanin (PC), and allophycocyanin (APC). MAE combined reproducibility and high extraction yields and allowed a 180- to 1,080-fold reduction of the extraction time compared to a conventional soaking process. The maximal PE extraction yield was obtained after 10-s MAE at 40 A degrees C, and PE was thermally damaged at temperatures higher than 40 A degrees C. In contrast, a flash irradiation for 10 s at 100 A degrees C was the best process to efficiently extract PC and APC, as it combined a high temperature necessary...
Tipo: Text Palavras-chave: Allophycocyanin; MAE; Microalgae; Microwave; Phycobiliprotein; Phycocyanin; Phycoerythrin; Porphyridium; Thylakoid.
Ano: 2015 URL: https://archimer.ifremer.fr/doc/00253/36439/35169.pdf
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Mild processing techniques and development of functional marine protein and peptide ingredients ArchiMer
Thorkelsson, G; Sigurgisladottir, S; Geirsdottir, M; Jóhannsson, R; Guerard, Fabienne; Chabeaud, Aurelie; Bourseau, Patrick; Vandanjon, Laurent; Jaouen, Pascal; Chaplain-derouiniot, M; Fouchereau-peron, Martine; Martinez Alvarez, Oscar; Le Gal, Yves; Ravallec-ple, Rozenn; Picot, Laurent; Berge, Jean-pascal; Delannoy, Charles; Jakobsen, Greta; Johansson, I; Batista, Ireneu.
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Ano: 2008 URL: http://archimer.ifremer.fr/doc/00056/16747/14184.pdf
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Study on the microalgal pigments extraction process: Performance of microwave assisted extraction ArchiMer
Pasquet, Virginie; Cherouvrier, Jean-rene; Farhat, Firas; Thiery, Valerie; Piot, Jean-marie; Berard, Jean-baptiste; Kaas, Raymond; Serive, Benoit; Patrice, Thierry; Cadoret, Jean-paul; Picot, Laurent.
The performance of microwaves irradiation (MAE and VMAE) to extract pigments from two marine microalgae was compared to conventional processes (cold and hot soaking and ultrasound-assisted extraction). Pigments were quantified by RP-HPLC and extraction performance was assessed regarding rapidity, reproducibility and extraction yields. Scanning electron microscopy was used at all extraction steps to assess the impact of the process on microalgal cell integrity. Freeze-drying and pigments extraction preserved microalgae cell integrity (except sonication) and evoked agglutination in superposed cells layers. All processes performed on Dunaliella tertiolecta (chlorophyte) lead to rapid pigments extraction, and equivalent pigments extraction yields, the absence...
Tipo: Text Palavras-chave: Pigments; Microalgae; Microwave; Extraction; Chlorophyll; Fucoxanthin; Carotene; MAE; VMAE.
Ano: 2011 URL: http://archimer.ifremer.fr/doc/00029/14059/11533.pdf
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The Potential of Microalgae for the Production of Bioactive Molecules of Pharmaceutical Interest ArchiMer
Mimouni, Virginie; Ulmann, Lionel; Pasquet, Virginie; Mathieu, Marie; Picot, Laurent; Bougaran, Gael; Cadoret, Jean-paul; Morant-manceau, Annick; Schoefs, Benoit.
Through the photosynthetic activity, microalgae process more than 25% of annual inorganic carbon dissolved in oceans into carbohydrates that ultimately, serve to feed the other levels of the trophic networks. Besides, microalgae synthesize bioactive molecules such as pigments and lipids that exhibit health properties. In addition, abiotic stresses, such as high irradiance, nutrient starvation, UV irradiation, trigger metabolic reorientations ending with the production of other bioactive compounds such as omega-3 fatty acids or carotenoids. Traditionally, these compounds are acquired through the dietary alimentation. The increasing, and often unsatisfied, demand for compounds from natural sources, combined with the decrease of the halieutic resources,...
Tipo: Text Palavras-chave: Bioactive compound; Alga; Pigment; Lipid; Health benefit; Abiotic stress; Metabolic reorientation; Diatom.
Ano: 2012 URL: http://archimer.ifremer.fr/doc/00118/22894/20847.pdf
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UPLC-MSE Profiling of Phytoplankton Metabolites: Application to the Identification of Pigments and Structural Analysis of Metabolites in Porphyridium purpureum ArchiMer
Juin, Camille; Bonnet, Antoine; Nicolau, Elodie; Berard, Jean-baptiste; Devillers, Romain; Thiery, Valerie; Cadoret, Jean-paul; Picot, Laurent.
A fast and high-resolution UPLC-MSE analysis was used to identify phytoplankton pigments in an ethanol extract of Porphyridium purpureum (Pp) devoid of phycobiliproteins. In a first step, 22 standard pigments were analyzed by UPLC-MSE to build a database including retention time and accurate masses of parent and fragment ions. Using this database, seven pigments or derivatives previously reported in Pp were unequivocally identified: beta,beta-carotene, chlorophyll a, zeaxanthin, chlorophyllide a, pheophorbide a, pheophytin a, and cryptoxanthin. Minor amounts of Divinyl chlorophyll a, a chemotaxonomic pigment marker for prochlorophytes, were also unequivocally identified using the database. Additional analysis of ionization and fragmentation patterns...
Tipo: Text Palavras-chave: Carotenoid; Chlorophyll; Dereplication; Divinyl chlorophyll a; Galactosyldiacylglycerol; Gracilamide; Mass spectrometry; MSE; Phytoplankton; Pigment; Porphyridium purpureum; UPLC.
Ano: 2015 URL: http://archimer.ifremer.fr/doc/00269/37994/36069.pdf
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Zeaxanthin from Porphyridium purpureum induces apoptosis in human melanoma cells expressing the oncogenic BRAF V600E mutation and sensitizes them to the BRAF inhibitor vemurafenib ArchiMer
Juin, Camille; De Oliveira Junior, Raimundo Gonsalves; Fleury, Audrey; Oudinet, Chloe; Pytowski, Lior; Berard, Jean-baptiste; Nicolau, Elodie; Thiery, Valerie; Lanneluc, Isabelle; Beaugeard, Laureen; Prunier, Gregoire; Guedes Da Silva Almeida, Jackson Roberto; Picot, Laurent.
Zeaxanthin, an abundant carotenoid present in fruits, vegetables and algae was reported to exert antiproliferative activity and induce apoptosis in human uveal melanoma cells. It also inhibited uveal melanoma tumor growth and cell migration in nude mice xenograft models. Here we report that zeaxanthin purified from the rhodophyte Porphyridium purpureum (Bory) K.M.Drew & R.Ross, Porphyridiaceae, promotes apoptosis in the A2058 human melanoma cell line expressing the oncogenic BRAF V600E mutation. Zeaxanthin 40 μM (IC50) induced chromatin condensation, nuclear blebbing, hypodiploidy, accumulation of cells in sub-G1 phase, DNA internucleosomal fragmentation and activation of caspase-3. Western blot analysis revealed that zeaxanthin induced up-regulation...
Tipo: Text Palavras-chave: Cancer; Carotenoid; Melanoma; Microalgae; Phytoplankton; Zeaxanthin.
Ano: 2018 URL: http://archimer.ifremer.fr/doc/00444/55595/57227.pdf
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