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A Review of Phycobiliproteins of Cyanobacteria: Structure, Function and Industrial Applications in Food and Pharmaceutical Industries
Pizhūhish va Nuāvarī dar ̒Ulūm va Sanāyi̒-i Ghaz̠āyī
Phycobiliproteins are accessory photosynthetic pigments with a tetrapyrrole structure derived from bacterial strains that are organized on a thylakoid membrane inside a structure called phycobilisomes. Phycobiliproteins have been extensively commercialized in the manufacture of fluorescent probes for clinical and immunological analysis, in addition to their ability to dye with proven antioxidant and medicinal properties. Phycocyanin, Phycoerythrin and Allophycocyanin are the main types ofdoi:10.22101/jrifst.2021.288378.1247 doaj:5a66604793da420a811fe31081ae1d01 fatcat:syxlrufsend3zjkby7ddqault4