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Biodata of Levent Cavas and Georg Pohnert, authors of "The Potential of Caulerpa spp. for Biotechnological and Pharmacological Applications"

Associate Professor Dr. Levent Cavas is currently the member of the Faculty of Arts and Sciences, Department of Chemistry-Biochemistry in the University of Dokuz Eylul, Turkey. He obtained his Ph.D. from the University of Dokuz Eylul in 2005 and continued his studies and research at the University of Dokuz Eylul. Dr. Cavas's scientific interests are in the areas of biochemistry of invasive Caulerpa spp. in the Mediterranean Sea, specifically secondary metabolites from marine algae, antioxidants and lipid peroxidation.

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