Microbial Biotechnology

edited by: Ratul Saikia, Rajib L Bezbaruah & Tarun Ch. Bora
ISBN: 9788189422806 | Binding: Hardback | Pages: 424 | Language: English | Copyright: 2008
Length: 191 mm | Breadth: 29.8 mm | Height: 235 mm | Imprint: NIPA | Weight: 1100 GMS
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microbial biotechnology, recombinant dna techniques, cloning, microorganisms, food production, pharmaceutical production, bioinformatics tools, fungal biotransformations, bioremediation, natural products, microbial diversity, bacterial plasmids, xenobiotic degradation, antimicrobial resistance, ultraviolet-b radiation, human health

Microbial Biotechnology encompasses a broad array of disciplines, including recombinant DNA techniques, cloning, and the utilization of microorganisms for the production of various goods, ranging from food to pharmaceuticals. This book has been designed to offer a comprehensive overview of the vast subject matter of microbial biotechnology, with a focus on topics such as bioinformatics tools for PCR primer design, fungal biotransformations, bioremediation through microbial processes, natural products derived from fungi, and microbial diversity. Additionally, the book also covers the role of bacterial plasmids in xenobiotic degradation, antimicrobial resistance in bacteria, the effects of ultraviolet-B radiation on microorganisms and human health, making it an invaluable resource for researchers, biologists, microbiologists, scientists, postgraduate students in the fields of microbiology, agriculture, biotechnology, and medical science.

Ratul Saikia (Scientist),Biotechnology Division, North East Institute of Science and Technology (CSIR), Formerly Regional Research Laboratory, Jorhat - 785 006, Assam, India Associate

Rajib L Bezbaruah (Scientist) Biotechnology Division, North East Institute of Science and Technology (CSIR), Formerly Regional Research Laboratory, Jorhat - 785 006, Assam, India

Tarun Ch. Bora (Scientist): Biotechnology Division, North East Institute of Science and Technology (CSIR), Formerly Regional Research Laboratory, Jorhat - 785 006, Assam, India

1. Bioinformatics Tool for PCR Primer Designing in Microbial Genomics by Dinesh Kumar and Dilip K Arora 2. Detection of the Non-ribosomally Assembled Toxic Cyanopeptides by Maria Estela Silva-Stenico, Augusto Etchegaray,Omar Teschke, Marli Fátima 3. Fungal Biotransformations. A Powerful Tool in Drug Metabolism Studies by Mônica Tallarico Pupo , Keyller Bastos Borges, Warley de Souza Borges and Pierina Sueli Bonato 4. Methylotrophy in Bacteria - Concept and Significance by G. Selvakumar, Sehar Nazim and S. Kundu 5. Recent Advances in Plant Growth Promotion Mechanisms of Agriculturally Important Bacteria by R. Muthukumarasamy, V. S. Saravanan, V. R.Kumar, S. Natarajan & G. Revathi 6. Microbial Biocontrol Agents for Insects and Phytopathogens by S. Indira Devi and Ram Lal 7. Natural Products from Endophytic Fungi by M.B. C. Gallo, Denise O. Guimarães, Luciano da S. Momesso, Mônica T. Pupo 8. Marine Microbial Diversity and its Application in Biotechnology by Imelda-Joseph 9. The Importance of Extracellular Metal Immobilization for Rhizobium Persistence in Heavy Metal Contaminated Soils by Sofia Isabel Almeida Pereira and Etelvina Maria de Almeida Paula Figueira 10. Bioremediation. A Natural Approach for Heavy Metal Contaminated Sites by Anju Rani, Alok Kumar and Reeta Goel 11. Role of Bacterial Plasmid in Xenobiotic Degradation by Abdullah Altalhi, Bahig El deeb and Youssuf Gherbawy 12. Mechanisms Involved in Tolerance of Mycorrhizal Plants to Heavy Metals by K.S. Subramanian, M. Thangaraju and R.A. Jegan 13. Impacts of Ultraviolet-b Radiation on Microbes and Human Health. The Biotechnological Perspectives by R. P. Sinha, M. B. Tyagi and Ashok Kumar 14. Antimicrobial Resistance in Gram Positive and Gram Negative Bacteria. Progress and Challenges by Debajit Thakur, Minali Baishya, Barnali Sarma, Tarun Ch. Bora & Ratul Saikia 15. Molecular Systematics of Frankia - Actinorhizal Symbiosis by Balwinder Bajwa, Manprit Gill, Saubashya Sur, Asim Bothra and Arnab Sen

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