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Smart Bioremediation Technologies

  • ID: 4759534
  • Book
  • 408 Pages
  • Elsevier Science and Technology
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Smart Bioremediation Technologies: Microbial Enzymes provides insights into the complex behavior of enzymes and identifies metabolites and their degradation pathways. It will help readers work towards solutions for sustainable medicine and environmental pollution. The book highlights the microbial enzymes that have replaced many plant and animal enzymes, also presenting their applications in varying industries, including pharmaceuticals, genetic engineering, biofuels, diagnostics and therapy. In addition, new methods, including genomics and?metagenomics, are being employed for the discovery of new enzymes from microbes. This book brings all of these topics together, representing the first resource on how to solve problems in bioremediation.

  • Provides the most novel approaches in enzyme studies
  • Gives insights in real-time enzymology that are correlated with bioremediation
  • Serves as a valuable resource on the use of genomes, transcriptomes and proteomes with bioremediation
  • Refers to enzymes as diagnostic tools

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1. Enzymes in bioremediation 2. Techniques for study of enzymology in bioremediation 3. Fungal and bacterial enzymes: a comparative study 4. Genomics transcriptomics and proteomics of bioremediation 5. Enzymes in pesticide biodegradation 6. Major metabolites after degradation and enzymes involved in these pathways 7. Soil enzymes by free living microorganism 8. Role of important enzymes in biogeochemical cycles 9. Potential genes regulate the enzyme kinetics 10. Laccases and their roles in biodegradation of different compounds 11. Monooygenase family in bioremediation 12. Esterase Family in bioremediation and its classification

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Bhatt, Pankaj
Dr. Pankaj Bhatt completed his Ph.D. in microbiology from G.B Pant University of Agriculture and Technology, Pantnagar, India. His research work was on Molecular and Microbiological Basis of Bioremediation. He worked as post-doctoral research associate at Indian Veterinary Research Institute Izatnagar, Bareilly on bluetongue virus disease. His current research project is insilico biology of biomedical, bioremediation, toxic compounds. He has published 20 Research articles in reputed journals. At present, he is working as Assistant Professor at Department of Microbiology, Dolphin (P.G) College of Biomedical and Natural Sciences Dehradun, India. Dr. Bhatt is a very promising early career researcher. He published several of his articles in the high impact factor leading journals: Nature Scientific Reports, World Journal of Microbiology and Biotechnology, 3-Biotech and other micro and bio technology Open Access journals. He published several book chapters on microbial biotechnology. He has selected for Post-Doctoral Scientific Position at Integrative Microbiology Research Centre, South China Agriculture University, Guangzhou China.
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