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An Overview on Fungal Cellulases with an Industrial Perspective
Lignocellulose is the most abundant biopolymer available on earth. Hydrolysis of lignocellulose into fermentable sugars, sugar acids and phenolics is the pre-requisite for its successful exploitationExpand
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Coconut cake – a potent substrate for the production of lipase by Candida rugosa in solid-state fermentation
Investigations were conducted with the aim of producing extracellular lipase from Candida rugosa by solid-state fermentation (SSF), using coconut oil cake (COC) as a solid substrate. To optimizeExpand
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Human ketosteroid receptors interact with hazardous phthalate plasticizers and their metabolites: an in silico study
Phthalic acid esters or phthalates are ubiquitous environmental pollutants known for their adverse health effects in test animals and, of late, in humans. Thus, in this molecular docking study –Expand
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Oxidative stress enzymes in Ficus religiosa L.: biochemical, histochemical and anatomical evidences.
In order to unveil the reasons behind the successful survival of Ficus religiosa L. grown under normal and adverse habitats (AH), i.e., on concrete roof tops were subjected to biochemical,Expand
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Temperature- and solvent-dependent migrations of di(2-ethylhexyl)phthalate, the hazardous plasticizer from commercial PVC blood storage bag
Towards a process development for the bioremediation of phthalic acid esters (PAE) blended in various plastics, we explored the type of PAE in commercially available PVC blood storage bags (BB), itsExpand
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Accessing the molecular interactions of phthalates and their primary metabolites with the human pregnane X receptor using in silico profiling
Phthalates are known to cause endocrine disruption in humans and animals. Being lipophilic xenobiotic chemicals, phthalates from the surrounding environments can easily be absorbed into theExpand
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Direct organogenesis and somatic embryogenesis in Beloperone plumbaginifolia (Jacq.) Nees.
Beloperone plumbaginifolia (Jacq.) Nees is a small branched medicinal shrub. In vitro studies were conducted, employing explants from node, internode, petiole, shoot bud and leaf lamina. MurashigeExpand
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Somatic embryogenesis in Leptadenia reticulata Wight & Arn. P: A medicinal plant
Indirect somatic embryogenesis and subsequent plant regeneration were established from leaves of Leptadenia reticulata. Embryogenic callus was induced on leaves on Murashige & Skoog's mediumExpand
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Examining the Development, Regulation, and Consumption of Functional Foods
2. Dietary fibers and their role as functional food for human health: Food fibers and human health Murlidhar Meghwal Ravi-Kumar Kadeppagari 3. Phytonutrients of nutraceutical importance: exploringExpand
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Biphasic Fermentation Is an Efficient Strategy for the Overproduction of δ-Endotoxin from Bacillus thuringiensis
This study illustrates a biphasic solid-state fermentation (SSF) strategy for the overproduction of δ-endotoxin from Bacillus thuringiensis subsp. kurstaki (Btk) and also purification of δ-endotoxinExpand
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