BluePharmTrain: biology and Biotechnology of Marine Sponges

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BluePharmTrain : biology and Biotechnology of Marine Sponges. / Steinert, Georg; Stauffer, Carla Huete; Aas-valleriani, Nele; Borchert, Erik; Bhushan, Agneya; Campbell, Alexandra; De Mares, Maryam Chaib; Costa, Margarida; Gutleben, Johanna; Knobloch, Stephen; Lee, Robert Gregory; Munroe, Stephanie; Naik, Deepak; Peters, Eike Edzard; Stokes, Ellen; Wang, Wanlin; Einarsdóttir, Eydís; Sipkema, Detmer.

Grand Challenges in Marine Biotechnology. ed. / Pabulo Rampelotto; Antonio Trincone. Springer, 2018. p. 505-553 (Grand Challenges in Marine Biotechnology).

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Harvard

Steinert, G, Stauffer, CH, Aas-valleriani, N, Borchert, E, Bhushan, A, Campbell, A, De Mares, MC, Costa, M, Gutleben, J, Knobloch, S, Lee, RG, Munroe, S, Naik, D, Peters, EE, Stokes, E, Wang, W, Einarsdóttir, E & Sipkema, D 2018, BluePharmTrain: biology and Biotechnology of Marine Sponges. in P Rampelotto & A Trincone (eds), Grand Challenges in Marine Biotechnology. Grand Challenges in Marine Biotechnology, Springer, pp. 505-553. https://doi.org/10.1007/978-3-319-69075-9_13

APA

Steinert, G., Stauffer, C. H., Aas-valleriani, N., Borchert, E., Bhushan, A., Campbell, A., De Mares, M. C., Costa, M., Gutleben, J., Knobloch, S., Lee, R. G., Munroe, S., Naik, D., Peters, E. E., Stokes, E., Wang, W., Einarsdóttir, E., & Sipkema, D. (2018). BluePharmTrain: biology and Biotechnology of Marine Sponges. In P. Rampelotto, & A. Trincone (Eds.), Grand Challenges in Marine Biotechnology (pp. 505-553). (Grand Challenges in Marine Biotechnology). Springer. https://doi.org/10.1007/978-3-319-69075-9_13

Vancouver

Steinert G, Stauffer CH, Aas-valleriani N, Borchert E, Bhushan A, Campbell A et al. BluePharmTrain: biology and Biotechnology of Marine Sponges. In Rampelotto P, Trincone A, editors, Grand Challenges in Marine Biotechnology. Springer. 2018. p. 505-553. (Grand Challenges in Marine Biotechnology). https://doi.org/10.1007/978-3-319-69075-9_13

Author

Steinert, Georg ; Stauffer, Carla Huete ; Aas-valleriani, Nele ; Borchert, Erik ; Bhushan, Agneya ; Campbell, Alexandra ; De Mares, Maryam Chaib ; Costa, Margarida ; Gutleben, Johanna ; Knobloch, Stephen ; Lee, Robert Gregory ; Munroe, Stephanie ; Naik, Deepak ; Peters, Eike Edzard ; Stokes, Ellen ; Wang, Wanlin ; Einarsdóttir, Eydís ; Sipkema, Detmer. / BluePharmTrain : biology and Biotechnology of Marine Sponges. Grand Challenges in Marine Biotechnology. editor / Pabulo Rampelotto ; Antonio Trincone. Springer, 2018. pp. 505-553 (Grand Challenges in Marine Biotechnology).

Bibtex

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AU - Campbell, Alexandra

AU - De Mares, Maryam Chaib

AU - Costa, Margarida

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AU - Knobloch, Stephen

AU - Lee, Robert Gregory

AU - Munroe, Stephanie

AU - Naik, Deepak

AU - Peters, Eike Edzard

AU - Stokes, Ellen

AU - Wang, Wanlin

AU - Einarsdóttir, Eydís

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