Algal proteins are derived from a group of aquatic organisms called algae, which are found both in freshwater and saline water. Manufacturing algal proteins include cultivating algae and fermenting them. These fermented algae are further dried and milled which leads to the disruption of the algal cell wall to release a number of bioactive compounds like proteins. Algal proteins are extracted from various strains of algae, and the most popular ones which are the richest in the protein source are spirulina and nannochloropsis, both being marine water alga. Currently, algal proteins are typically applicable in the aquaculture hatcheries to facilitate the initial steps of the artificial food chain. However, due to modernization, algal proteins’ applications are expanding in other sectors such as pharmaceuticals and dietary supplements.
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