Abhilasha Singh Mathuriya

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Cancer is characterized by anomalous cell growth. Conventional therapies face many challenges and hence alternative treatment methods are in great demand. In addition, nature offers the best inspiration and recently many therapies of natural origin have proved multi-targeted, multi-staged, and a multi-component mode of action against cancer. Magnetotactic(More)
A microbial fuel cell (MFC) is a device that converts chemical energy into electricity through the catalytic activities of microorganisms. In the present contribution, we demonstrated the comparative electricity production capacity of Saccharomyces cerevisae and Clostridium acetobutylicum in two chambered MFC using Artificial Waste water. Temperature, pH,(More)
Magnetotactic bacteria (MTB) represent a heterogeneous group of Gram-negative aquatic prokaryotes with a broad range of morphological types, including vibrioid, coccoid, rod and spirillum. MTBs possess the virtuosity to passively align and actively swim along the magnetic field. Magnetosomes are the trademark nano-ranged intracellular structures of MTB,(More)
Renewable energy is an increasing need in our society. Microbial fuel cells (MFCs) represent a new method for treating wastewater and simultaneously producing electricity. In the present study, we demonstrated the feasibility of bioelectricity generation from brewery wastewater treatment using a mediator less MFC at different pH. We also demonstrated that(More)
Toxic chemical nature of tannery wastewater makes it difficult to be treated by routine biological treatment processes. Microbes, already present in tannery wastewater can adapt to these conditions and degrade the organics in tannery wastewater. In the present contribution, three bacterial electrogenic strains, tolerant to tannery environment, were isolated(More)
A novel single cathode chamber and multiple anode chamber microbial fuel cell design (MAC-MFC) was developed by incorporating multiple anode chambers into a single unit and its performance was checked. During 60 days of operation, performance of MAC-MFC was assessed and compared with standard single anode/cathode chamber microbial fuel cell (SC-MFC). The(More)
Experiments were designed to evaluate the influence of various anaerobic inoculums to enhance microbial fuel cell (MFC) performance utilizing tannery wastewater as substrate. Three bacterial electrogenic strains, tolerant to tannery environment, were isolated from soil contaminated with tannery waste and tannery wastewater was inoculated with these(More)
A Microbial Fuel Cell is a bioelectrochemical device that exploits metabolic activities of living microorganisms for generation of electric current. The usefulness and unique and exclusive architecture of this device has received wide attention recently of engineers and researchers of various disciplines such as microbiologists, chemical engineers,(More)
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