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Dietary supplements and biostimulators based on microalgae biomass

Name of the scientific organizationName of the research projectName of the developed technology, product, or service that you plan to commercializeScientific novelty of researchDegree of research noveltyBranchFull name, position, academic degree, qualification and work experience of the project supervisorContactsProject TeamWhat commercial and consumer problems will be solved as a result of the project’s commercialization?
Al-Farabi Kazakh National University, Research Institute of Biology and Biotechnology ProblemsDevelopment of technology for obtaining biological active additives and biostimulants based on microalgae for the agricultural and food industries.Biologically active additives and biostimulants (in the form of tablets, liquid suspension and powder) based on microalgae biomass, containing essential amino acids, vitamins of group B, C, D, provitamin A, polyunsaturated fatty acids, carbohydrates, polysaccharides and having high bioavailability and great potential in the food, therapeutic industry and animal husbandry.Microalgae contain up to 50-70% easily digestible protein (compared to 50% in meat and 15-17% in wheat), up to 30% lipids, more than 40% glycerol, up to 8-14% pigments, including carotene, and a fairly high concentration of vitamins B1, B2, B3, B6, B12, E, K, D compared to other plants or animals. Food microalgae are a good source of protein, essential amino acids, phytosterols, carbohydrates, vitamins. They are characterized by a unique combination of biologically active compounds, polyunsaturated fatty acids with a high content of gamma-linolenic acid and many other health-promoting compounds. They have unique biochemical and physiological properties and are sources of such pigments as chlorophyll, alpha – and beta-carotene, lycopene, lutein, zeaxanthin and astaxanthin, phycocyanin, which have antioxidant and antitumor properties are used in the medical, food, nutraceutical and cosmetic industries.The project is original, while there are no analogues in the Republic of Kazakhstan.Microbiology, biotechnology,Zayadan Bolatkhan Kazykhanovich, Dean of the Faculty of Biology and Biotechnology of Al-Farabi Kazakh National University, Doctor of Biological Sciences, Professor, Academician of the National Academy of Sciences of the Republic of KazakhstanMob. +7 7014013301,
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A. K. Sadvakasova-Deputy Dean for Research and Innovation and International Relations, PhD, Associate Professor. K. Bolatkhan-PhD Doctor, postdoctoral fellow of the Department of Biotechnology F. K. Sarsekeyeva-Deputy Head of the Department for Academic Affairs, method. PhD Doctor
D. K. Kirbayeva-
PhD Candidate, senior lecturer of the Department of Biotechnology M. O. Bauenova – PhD Doctor, Scientific Secretary of the Faculty of Biology and Biotechnology B. D. Kosalbayev – PhD Doctor, Head of the Laboratory of Physical and Chemical Methods in Biology A. B. Kakimova – PhD doctoral student S. K. Sandybayeva – PhD doctoral student A. Token-PhD student
Currently, the product based on microalgae and cyanobacteria is pure. Most of them are imported from China and Russia. As a result of such commercialization, a domestic product will appear.