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Carotenoids from Marine Organisms: Biological Functions and Industrial Applications

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Carotenoids from Marine Organisms: Biological Functions and Industrial Applications

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Carotenoids from Marine Organisms: Biological Functions and Industrial Applications

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Carotenoids from Marine Organisms: Biological Functions and Industrial Applications

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Carotenoids from Marine Organisms: Biological Functions and Industrial Applications

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Switzerland: MDPI AG

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Antioxidants, 2017, Vol.6 (4), p.96

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As is the case for terrestrial organisms, carotenoids represent the most common group of pigments in marine environments. They are generally biosynthesized by all autotrophic marine organisms, such as bacteria and archaea, algae and fungi. Some heterotrophic organisms also contain carotenoids probably accumulated from food or partly modified throug...

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2076-3921

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2076-3921

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10.3390/antiox6040096

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