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Pharmacological Applications of Metabolites of Mangrove Endophytes: A Review

  • Swagat Kumar Das
  • Dibyajyoti Samantray
  • Hrudayanath N. Thatoi
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Abstract

The mangroves represent one of the most productive ecosystems located in the transition zone between land and sea characterized by periodic flooding and high salinity that confers unique environmental conditions to this biome. This ecosystem is dominated particularly by mangrove plant species that provide a unique environment harbouring diverse groups of microorganisms, including the endophytic microorganisms. The mangrove plants are known for their unique and diverse metabolites and because of their intimate association with mangrove plants, the mangrove derived endophytic microorganisms are explored for structurally unprecedented bioactive natural products. Mangrove endophytes represent a rich source of bioactive metabolites and are promising source of novel constituents. A systematic investigation of their metabolites may lead to the discovery of novel bioactive agents with useful medicinal and pharmaceutical applications. Therefore, in this review article an attempt has been made to summarize the different metabolites derived from the mangrove endophytes along with their potential pharmacological role for possible pharmaceutical exploitations.

Keywords

Mangroves Endophytes Metabolites Pharmacology 

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Authors and Affiliations

  • Swagat Kumar Das
    • 1
  • Dibyajyoti Samantray
    • 1
  • Hrudayanath N. Thatoi
    • 2
  1. 1.Department of BiotechnologyCollege of Engineering and Technology (BPUT)BhubaneswarIndia
  2. 2.Department of BiotechnologyNorth Orissa UniversityBaripadaIndia

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