October-December 2020| Vol 19| Issue 4
Slime fungi: the brainless super microorganism
Myxomycetes, commonly known as plasmodial slime molds, are unique organisms which take an intermediate position between plant and animal kingdoms. They can form a jelly-like plasmodia which feed on ba...
Optimization of riboflavin production by Rhodotorula glutinis using statistical design
Background and objective Riboflavin is considered a significant nutritional and growth factor in humans, animals, plants, and microorganisms. This water-soluble vitamin is an intrinsic compon...
Optimization and molecular characterization of novel Aspergillus spp. producing invertase enzyme
Background and objective Invertase, one of the most important enzymes used in industrial and pharmaceutical applications, has been produced from different Aspergillus spp. Statistical ...
Effect of Annona squamosa Linn against aluminium chloride induced Alzheimer’s disease in rats
Background and objective Alzheimer’s disease (AD) is an age-related neurodegenerative disorder characterized by memory deficits. Various studies have been conducted to find therapeutic ap...
Enhanced production, partial purification, and characterization of alkaline thermophilic protease from the endophytic fungus Aspergillus ochraceus BT21
Backgroundand objective Endophytic fungi are thought to be a potential source for biologically active compounds such as enzymes, especially proteases which find their application in modern bi...
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