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Mar Drugs 2020 Sep 18;189:. doi: 10.3390/md18090471.
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Sea Cucumber Derived Type I Collagen: A Comprehensive Review.

Senadheera TRL , Dave D , Shahidi F .


Abstract
Collagen is the major fibrillar protein in most living organisms. Among the different types of collagen, type I collagen is the most abundant one in tissues of marine invertebrates. Due to the health-related risk factors and religious constraints, use of mammalian derived collagen has been limited. This triggers the search for alternative sources of collagen for both food and non-food applications. In this regard, numerous studies have been conducted on maximizing the utilization of seafood processing by-products and address the need for collagen. However, less attention has been given to marine invertebrates and their by-products. The present review has focused on identifying sea cucumber as a potential source of collagen and discusses the general scope of collagen extraction, isolation, characterization, and physicochemical properties along with opportunities and challenges for utilizing marine-derived collagen.

PubMed ID: 32961970
PMC ID: PMC7551324
Article link: Mar Drugs
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