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METHODS IN ACTINOBACTERIOLOGY

9781071617274 ::  METHODS IN ACTINOBACTERIOLOGY
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9781071617274

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THIS VOLUME DETAILS TECHNIQUES ON THE STUDY OF ISOLATION, CHARACTERIZATION, AND EXPLORATION OF ACTINOBACTERIA IN INDUSTRIAL, FOOD, AGRICULTURAL, AND ENVIRONMENTAL MICROBIOLOGY. CHAPTERS COVER A WIDE RANGE OF BASIC AND ADVANCED TECHNIQUES ASSOCIATED WITH RESEARCH ON ISOLATION, CHARACTERIZATION AND IDENTIFICATION OF ACTINOBACTERIA IN SOIL, SEDIMENT, ESTUARINE, WATER, SALTPAN, MANGROVES, PLANTS, LICHENS, SEA WEEDS, SEA GRASS, ANIMALS-CRAB, SNAIL, SHRIMP.&NBSP;<DIV><BR></DIV><DIV><P>AUTHORITATIVE AND CUTTING-EDGE,&NBSP;<I>METHODS IN ACTINOBACTERIOLOGY&NBSP;</I>AIMS TO BE A USEFUL PRACTICAL GUIDE TO RESEARCHES TO HELP FURTHER THEIR STUDY IN THIS FIELD.</P><BR></DIV>

<P>1. ISOLATION OF ACTINOBACTERIA FROM SOIL AND MARINE SEDIMENT SAMPLES</P><P>SAVITHA, T., ASHRAF KHALIFA, AND SANKARANARAYANAN A</P><P>&NBSP;</P><P>2. ISOLATION OF ACTINOBACTERIA FROM WATER SOURCES</P><P>TAMALIKA CHAKRABORTY, SUMANA ROY, DIPANJAN MANDAL, JEENATARA BEGUM, AND ABHIJIT SENGUPTA</P><P>&NBSP;</P><P>3. ISOLATION OF ACTINOBACTERIA FROM DEEP SEA</P><P>APARANAKUMARI,K. V. AND&NBSP; BHASKARA RAO</P><P>&NBSP;</P><P>4. ISOLATION OF ACTINOBACTERIA FROM ESTUARY </P><P>ASHRAF KHALIFA AND SANKARANARAYANAN A</P><P>&NBSP;</P>5.ISOLATION OF ACTINOBACTERIA FROM SPONGES<P></P><P>NEETHU KAMARUDHEEN AND K.V. BHASKARA RAO</P><P>&NBSP;</P><P>6. ISOLATION OF ACTINOBACTERIA FROM SHRIMP </P><P>SHIJILA RANI A.S., BABU S., ANBUKUMARAN A., PRAKASH P., VEERAMANI S., AND AMBIKAPATHY V.</P><P>&NBSP;</P><P>7. ISOLATION OF ACTINOBACTERIA FROM CORAL REEF</P><P>BABU S., SHIJILA RANI A.S., ANBUKUMARAN A, PRAKSAH, P., AND AMBIKAPATHY V.</P><P>&NBSP;</P><P>8. ISOLATION OF ACTINOBACTERIA FROM EARTHWORM CAST</P><P>ANBUKUMARAN, A.,SHIJILA RANI, A.S., AMBIKAPATHY, V., VEERAMANI, S. SHANMGAPRIYA, R. AND BABU, S.</P><P>&NBSP;</P><P>9. ISOLATION OF ACTINOBACTERIA FROM COMPOST SAMPLES </P><P>SAVITHA T, ASHRAF KHALIFA, AND SANKARANARAYANAN A</P><P>&NBSP;</P><P>10. ISOLATION OF GUT ACTINOBACTERIA FROM FECAL AND TISSUE SAMPLES</P>PRIYANKA SARKAR<P></P><P>&NBSP;</P><P>11. ISOLATION OF GUT ACTINOBACTERIA FROM TERMITES</P>MALAVIKA S., SAHANA KRANTHI, SHISHIRA RAO H. S., SHREYANKA S. MOILY, AND MARTIN PAUL A<P></P><P>&NBSP;</P><P>12. ISOLATION OF GUT ACTINOBACTERIA FROM FISHES</P>S. THEJASWINI, SRUTHY JOJY, ADITI VIJAYAN, AND MARTIN PAUL A<P></P><P>&NBSP;</P><P>13. ISOLATION OF ACTINOBACTERIA FROM MANGROVE PLANTS</P><P>BABU S., ANBUKUMARAN A., AMBIKAPATHY V., VEERAMANI S., SHIJILA RANI A.S., AND PRAKASH, P</P><P>&NBSP;</P>14. ISOLATION OF ACTINOBACTERIA FROM SEAWEEDS<P></P><P>APSARA S. BABU AND K. V. BHASKARA RAO</P><P>&NBSP;</P><P>15. ISOLATION OF ACTINOBACTERIA FROM HILLS</P>VEERAPAGU M,&NBSP; JEYA KR, AND SANKARANARAYANAN A<P></P><P>16. ISOLATION OF ENDOPHYTIC ACTINOBACTERIA FROM FLOWERS, FRUITS, AND SEEDS OF HIGHER PLANTS</P><P>JAYANTHI.D, MARTIN PAUL.A, AND LEENA SEBASTIAN</P><P>&NBSP;</P><P>17. ISOLATION OF ACTINOBACTERIA FROM DESERT SOILS</P><P>ASHRAF KHALIFA AND SANKARANARAYANAN, A.</P><P>&NBSP;</P><P>18. ISOLATION OF EPIPHYTIC ACTINOBACTERIA FROM RHIZOSPHERE OF SPERMATOPHYTES</P><P>SHRAVYA.S, MEGHANA.S.J&NBSP; ,AND JAYANTHI.D</P><P>&NBSP;</P><P>19. ISOLATION OF EPIPHYTIC ACTINOBACTERIA FROM LICHENS</P><P>SHABEENA BANU M.S., NARGIS BEGUM T., G. VINOTHINI, D.DHANASEKARAN, AND THAJUDDIN N.</P><P>&NBSP;</P><P>20. ISOLATION OF ENDOPHYTIC ACTINOBACTERIA FROM LICHENS</P>SHABEENA BANU M.S., NARGIS BEGUM T., D. DHANASEKARAN, AND THAJUDDIN N.<P></P><P>&NBSP;</P><P>21. ISOLATION OF PSYCHROPHILIC AND PSYCHROTOLERANT ACTINOBACTERIA</P>MANIGUNDAN.K, B. ABIRAMI, V. GOPIKRISHNAN, M. RADHAKRISHNAN, AND P.V. BHASKAR<P></P><P>&NBSP;</P><P>22. ISOLATION OF HALOPHILIC ACTINOBACTERIA FROM DIFFERENT HABITATS</P><P>MARTIN PAUL, A. AND JAYANTHI, D.</P>&NBSP;<P></P><P>23. ISOLATION OF THERMOPHILIC ACTINOBACTERIA FROM DIFFERENT HABITATS</P><P>PRANJALI CHOLE, LOKESH RAVI, AND KANNABIRAN KRISHNAN</P><P>&NBSP;</P>24. ISOLATION OF STONE DWELLING ACTINOBACTERIA<P></P><P>SHABARI GIRISH, LOKESH RAVI, AND KANNABIRAN KRISHNAN</P><P>&NBSP;</P><P>25. CULTIVATION TECHNIQUES OF RARE ACTINOBACTERIA</P><P>RAMASAMY VIJAYAKUMAR, DURAIRAJ THIRUMURUGAN, ALAGAPPAN CHOLARAJAN, AND SURESH SELVAPURAM SUDALAIMUTHU RAJA</P><P>&NBSP;</P><P>26. CHEMO-TAXONOMICAL CHARACTERIZATION OF ACTINOBACTERIA</P><P>RAMASAMY VIJAYAKUMAR AND SURESH S.S. RAJA</P><P>&NBSP;</P><P>27. APPLICATION OF BIOINFORMATIC TOOLS FOR PHYLOGENETIC ANALYSIS</P>MANIGUNDAN.K.,JERRINE JOSEPH, M. RADHAKRISHNAN, MARY SHAMYA, AND WILSON ARUNI<P></P><P>&NBSP;</P><P>28. METHODS FOR WHOLE-GENOME ANALYSIS OF ACTINOBACTERIA THROUGH BIOINFORMATICS APPROACHES</P><P>INDRANI SARKAR, GARGI SEN, AND ARNAB SEN</P><P>&NBSP;</P><P>29. NANOPORE BASED LONG READ SEQUENCING TECHNOLOGY TO OBTAIN HIGHLY CONTIGUOUS WHOLE GENOME SEQUENCE OF ACTINOBACTERIAL GENOMES LIKE <I>STREPTOMYCES</I> SP..</P><P>SANKARANARAYANAN GOMATHINAYAGAM, LOGANATHAN KARTHIK, AND KODIVERIMUTHUKALIANNAN GOTHANDAM</P><P>&NBSP;</P><P>30. MINING GENOMES OF ACTINOBACTERIA</P><P>SUSHANT PARAB, DAVIDE CORÀ, AND FEDERICO BUSSOLINO</P><P>31. COMPARATIVE GENOMICS OF ACTINOBACTERIA</P><P>SUSHANT PARAB,DAVIDE CORÀ, AND FEDERICO BUSSOLINO</P><P>&NBSP;</P><P>32. BIOSYNTHETIC GENE CLUSTER ANALYSIS IN <I>MICROMONOSPORA&NBSP;</I>SPECIES USING ANTISMASH: SECONDARY METABOLITE GENOME MINING PIPELINE</P><P>MANICKASAMY MUKESH KUMAR, NARAYANAN RAJAGOPAL, AND DHANASEKARAN DHARUMADURAI</P><P>&NBSP;</P><P>33. BIOSYNTHETIC GENE CLUSTER ANALYSIS IN ACTINOBACTERIAL GENERA <I>STREPTOMYCES</I> SPP.</P><P>MARKÉTA MACHO, DANIELA EWE, VISHAL AHUJA, JIHEN THABET, AVIK BANERJEE, KUMAR SAURAV, AND SUBHASISH SAHA</P><P>&NBSP;</P><P>34. PCR BASED DETERMINATION OF SECONDARY METABOLITE GENES IN ACTINOBACTERIAL CULTURES</P><P>K. MANIGUNDAN, B. ABIRAMI, V. GOPIKRISHNAN, JERRINE JOSEPH, AND M. RADHAKRISHNAN</P><P>&NBSP;</P>35. MOLECULAR MASS DETERMINATION OF BACTERIOCIN BY SDS-PAGE ANALYSIS<P></P><P>SANTHOSH ARUL M,.JAYASHANKAR, AND HARIPRIYADAYALAN</P><P>&NBSP;</P><P>36. MALDI-TOF ANALYSIS OF ACTINOBACTERIAL PEPTIDES WITH RESPECT TO MASCOT DATABASE</P><P>SHANMUGARAJ GOWRISHANKAR, ARUMUGAM KAMALADEVI, AND SHUNMUGIAH KARUTHA PANDIAN</P><P>&NBSP;</P><P>37. PROTOCOLS FOR PRECLINICAL EVALUATION AND MOLECULAR DOCKING OF ANTIMICROBIAL COMPOUNDS FROM <I>STREPTOMYCES </I>SP.- DRUG LIKELINESS EVALUATION, ADME-TOXICITY INVESTIGATION, DOCKING MODES BETWEEN THE LIGAND AND THE TARGET ENZYME AND ACTIVE SITE PREDICTION</P><P>ANIRUDH SREENIVAS B.K, AKSHAYA B, LOKESH RAVI, AND KANNABIRAN KRISHNAN</P><P>&NBSP;</P><P>38. ENERGY-BASED PHARMACOPHORE HYPOTHESIS COMBINED WITH MOLECULAR SIMULATION PROTOCOL FOR THE SCREENING OF BIOACTIVE COMPOUNDS FROM THE CLASS OF ACTINOBACTERIA</P>THIRUNAVUKKARASU MUTHU KUMAR AND KARUPPASAMYRAMANATHAN<P></P><P>&NBSP;</P><P>39. RECEPTOR CAVITY-BASED APPROACH COMBINED WITH AUTODOCK PROTOCOL FOR THE SCREENING OF&NBSP;ANTIVIRAL COMPOUNDS&NBSP;FROM&NBSP;<I>STREPTOMYCES</I>&NBSP;SP.</P><P>K. ROHINI, AND V. SHANTHI</P><P>&NBSP;</P><P>40. PHARMACOPHORE BASED HYPOTHESIS COMBINED WITH MOLECULAR DOCKING PROTOCOL FOR THE SCREENING OF ANTI-CANCER COMPOUNDS FROM <I>STREPTOMYCES</I> SP.</P><P>S. SARANYADEVI, R. PRIYANKA AND V. SHANTHI</P><P>&NBSP;</P><P>41. METHODS OF IDENTIFICATION AND VALIDATION OF DRUG TARGET</P>JERRINE JOSEPH, M. RADHAKRISHNAN, K. MANIGUNDAN,V. GOPIKRISHNAN, MARY SHAMYA, AND WILSON ARUNI<P></P><P>&NBSP;</P><P>42. TRANSCRIPTOME PROFILES OF <I>STREPTOMYCES SP.</I></P><P>SUSHANT PARAB, DAVIDE CORÀ, AND FEDERICO BUSSOLINO</P><P>&NBSP;</P>43. CULTURE OF ACTINOBACTERIA, ISOLATION, AND CHARACTERIZATION OF THEIR BIOACTIVE COMPOUNDS<P></P><P>&NBSP;</P><P>CHARLES SANTHANARAJUVAIRAPPAN</P>&NBSP;<P></P><P>44. MINIATURIZED PRODUCTION OF BIOACTIVE EXTRACTS FROM ACTINOBACTERIA</P><P>B. ABIRAMI, M. RADHAKRISHNAN, K. MANIGUNDAN, JERRINE JOSEPH, V. GOPIKRISHNAN, AND R. BALAGURUNATHAN</P><P>&NBSP;</P><P>45. SCREENING, CHARACTERIZATION, AND IDENTIFICATION OF ANTIBACTERIAL COMPOUNDS FROM ACTINOBACTERIA</P><P>SAVITHA, T., ASHRAF KHALIFA, AND SANKARANARAYANAN A</P><P>&NBSP;</P><P>46. ISOLATION, IDENTIFICATION, AND SCREENING OF POLYENE ANTIFUNGAL COMPOUND PRODUCING <I>STREPTOMYCES SAMPSONII</I> MDCE7 FROM AGROFORESTRY SOIL</P><P>RADHAKRISHNAN SRINIVASAN AND VARADHARAJAN MOHAN</P><P>&NBSP;</P><P>47. SCREENING OF ACTINOBACTERIAL CULTURES FOR ANTIMYCOBACTERIAL ACTIVITY USING <I>MYCOBACTERIUM SMEGMATIS</I><I></I></P><P>RAMACHANDRAN CHELLIAH AND DEOG-HWAN OH</P><P>&NBSP;</P>48. SCREENING OF ACTINOBACTERIAL EXTRACTS/COMPOUNDS FOR ANTIMYCOBACTERIAL ACTIVITY BY LUCIFERASE REPORTER PHAGE (LRP) ASSAY&NBSP; <P></P><P>SHUAI WEI,SHUCHENG LIU, RAMACHANDRAN CHELLIAH, AND DEOG-HWAN OH</P><P>&NBSP;</P><P>49. SCREENING OF ACTINOBACTERIA FOR ANTI-TB ACTIVITY BY MICROPLATEALAMARBLUE ASSAY (MABA)</P><P>SHUAI WEI, SHUCHENG LIU, RAMACHANDRAN CHELLIAHA, ND DEOG-HWAN OH</P><P>&NBSP;</P><P>50. SCREENING OF ACTINOBACTERIA FOR ANTI-TB ACTIVITY BY AGAR DILUTION ASSAY</P><P>RAMACHANDRAN CHELLIAH AND DEOG-HWAN OH</P><P>&NBSP;</P>51. ANTIPLASMODIAL ACTIVITY OF HALOPHILIC ACTINOBACTERIA<P></P><P>DHARUMADURAI DHANASEKARAN AND SARAVANAN KARTHIKEYAN&NBSP; </P><P>&NBSP;</P><P>52. AN <I>INVITRO</I>ANTIAMOEBIC ACTIVITY OF ACTINOBACTERIA</P><P>KARTHIYAYINIBALAKRISHNAN, DHANASEKARAN DHARUMADURAI, THIRUMURUGAN RAMASAMY, AND MUTHUSELVAM MANICKAM</P><P>&NBSP;</P><P>53. SCREENING FOR ANTIVIRAL ACTIVITY: MTT ASSAY</P>RAMACHANDRAN CHELLIAH, FAZLE ELAHI, AND DEOG-HWAN OH<P></P><P>&NBSP;</P><P>54. SCREENING FOR ANTICANCER ACTIVITY: 3-(4,5-DIMETHYLTHIAZOL-2-YL)-2,5-DIPHENYLTETRAZOLIUM (MTT) ASSAY</P><P>RAMACHANDRAN CHELLIAH AND DEOG-HWAN OH</P><P>&NBSP;</P>55. SCREENING FOR ANTICANCER ACTIVITY: DUAL STAINING METHOD<P></P><P>RAMACHANDRAN CHELLIAH AND DEOG-HWAN OH</P>&NBSP;<P></P><P>56. SCREENING FOR ANTICANCER ACTIVITY: NEUTRAL RED UPTAKE ASSAY</P>&NBSP;<P></P><P>RAMACHANDRAN CHELLIAH AND DEOG-HWAN OH</P><P>&NBSP;</P><P>57. SCREENING FOR ANTICANCER ACTIVITY: LACTIC ACID DEHYDROGENASE ASSAY</P><P>RAMACHANDRAN CHELLIAH AND DEOG-HWAN OH</P><P>&NBSP;</P><P>58. SCREENING FOR ANTICANCER ACTIVITY: DNA FRAGMENTATION ASSAY</P><P>INAMULHASAN MADAR, GHAZALA SULTAN, RAMACHANDRAN CHELLIAH, AND DEOG-HWAN OH</P><P>&NBSP;</P><P>59. SCREENING FOR ANTICANCER ACTIVITY: TRYPAN BLUE EXCLUSION ASSAY</P>INAMULHASAN MADAR, GHAZALA SULTAN, RAMACHANDRAN CHELLIAH, AND DEOG-HWAN OH<P></P><P>&NBSP;</P><P>60. IN VITRO EVALUATION OF ANTIMITOTIC PROPERTIES OF ACTINOBACTERIAL EXTRACTS USING ONION ROOT TIP ASSAY</P><P>GOPIKRISHNAN. V.,&NBSP; M. RADHAKRISHNAN, K. MANIGUNDAN, T. SHANMUGASUNDARAM, AND JERRINE JOSEPH</P><P>&NBSP;</P>61. SCREENING FOR ANTIOXIDANT ACTIVITY: DIPHENYLPICRYLHYDRAZINE (DPPH) ASSAY <P></P><P>MOMNA RUBAB, RAMACHANDRAN CHELLIAH AND DEOG-HWAN OH</P><P>&NBSP;</P><P>62. SCREENING FOR ANTIOXIDANT ACTIVITY: NITRIC OXIDE SCAVENGING ASSAY</P><P>RAMACHANDRAN CHELLIAH, ERIC BANAN-MWINEDALIRI, AND DEOG-HWAN OH</P><P>&NBSP;</P><P>63. SCREENING FOR ANTIOXIDANT ACTIVITY: METAL CHELATING ASSAY</P><P>RAMACHANDRAN CHELLIAH AND DEOG-HWAN OH</P><P>&NBSP;</P>64. SCREENING FOR ANTIOXIDANT ACTIVITY: TOTAL ANTIOXIDANT ASSAY<P></P><P>RAMACHANDRAN CHELLIAH, ERIC BANAN-MWINEDALIRI, AND DEOG-HWAN OH</P><P>&NBSP;</P><P>65. SCREENING FOR ANTIOXIDANT ACTIVITY: HYDROGEN PEROXIDE SCAVENGING ASSAY</P><P>RAMACHANDRAN CHELLIAH, ERIC BANAN-MWINEDALIRI, AND DEOG-HWAN OH</P><P>&NBSP;</P><P>66. IN VITRO EVALUATION OF ACTINOBACTERIAL EXTRACTS FOR ANTI INFLAMMATORY PROPERTIES</P><P>B. ABIRAMI, K. MANIGUNDAN, MARY SHAMYA, JERRINE JOSEPH, S. SHANMUGASUNDARAM, AND M. RADHAKRISHNAN</P><P>&NBSP;</P>67. SCREENING AND PRODUCTION OF ANTI FREEZE PROTEINS FROM ACTINOBACTERIA<P></P><P>B. ABIRAMI, M. RADHAKRISHNAN, K. MANIGUNDAN, V. GOPIKRISHNAN1, S.T. SOMASUNDARAM2, AND P.V. BHASKAR</P>&NBSP;<P></P><P>68. IN VITRO EVALUATION OF ACTINOBACTERIAL EXTRACTS FOR IMMUNOMODULATORY PROPERTIES </P>B. ABIRAMI, K. MANIGUNDAN, M. RADHAKRISHNAN, V. GOPIKRISHNAN, JERRINE JOSEPH, T. SHANMUGASUNDARAM, AND T. SOMASUNDARAM<P></P><P>&NBSP;</P><P>69. SCREENING OF ACTINOBACTERIA FOR ENZYME INHIBITOR ACTIVITY</P><P>RAMACHANDRAN CHELLIAH, ERIC BANAN-MWINEDALIRI, AND DEOG-HWAN OH</P><P>70. SCREENING OF ACTINOBACTERIA FOR QUORUM SENSING INHIBITION</P><P>RAMACHANDRAN CHELLIAH, ERIC BANAN-MWINEDALIRI, AND DEOG-HWAN OH</P><P>&NBSP;</P>71. SCREENING OF ACTINOBACTERIAL EXTRACTS FOR ANTI-BIOFILM ACTIVITY<P></P><P>RAMACHANDRAN CHELLIAH, ERIC BANAN-MWINEDALIRI, AND DEOG-HWAN OH</P><P>&NBSP;</P><P>72. SCREENING OF ACTINOBACTERIA FOR MICROBIAL INDUCED CALCIUM PRECIPITATION (MICP)</P><P>K. MANIGUNDAN, B. ABIRAMI, V. GOPIKRISHNAN, AND M. RADHAKRISHNAN</P><P>&NBSP;</P>73. IMMOBILIZATION OF ACTINOBACTERIAL CELLS – SODIUM ALGINATE AND CALCIUM CHLORIDE METHOD<P></P><P>GOPIKRISHNAN, V., K. MANIGUNDAN, B. ABIRAMI, AND M. RADHAKRISHNAN</P>&NBSP;<P></P><P>74. PRODUCTION OF ACTINOBACTERIA AMYLASE BY FERMENTATION IN SOLID STATE USING RESIDUES OF LICURI PALM (<I>SYAGRUSCORONATA</I>)</P><P>&NBSP;</P><P>MILENA SANTOS AGUIAR, RAFAEL RESENDE MALDONADO, ANDREA LIMOEIRO CARVALHO, AND ELIZAMA AGUIAR-OLIVEIRA</P><P>&NBSP;</P><P>75. PRODUCTION OF LIPASE BY ACTINOBACTERIA</P><P>ISABELYFERNANDA PIZARRO, HANDRAYFERNANDES DE SOUZA, JANAÍNADOS SANTOS FERREIRA, RAFAEL RESENDE MALDONAD, AND ELIANA SETSUKO KAMIMURA</P><P>&NBSP;</P><P>76. ISOLATION AND CULTIVATION OF ACTINOBACTERIA BY SUBMERGED FERMENTATION FOR THE PRODUCTION OF KERATINASE</P><P>&NBSP;</P><P>RAFAEL RESENDE MALDONADO, TAÍSROSÂNGELACORREIA SOUZA, SIMONE KUBENECK, ELIZAMA AGUIAR-OLIVEIRA, AND HELEN TREICHEL</P><P>&NBSP;</P><P>77.<I> </I>SCREENING OF CELLULASE FROM ACTINOBACTERIA</P><P>VARSHA N SWAMY,&NBSP; M A HANEEN, AND M.JAYASHANKAR</P><P>&NBSP;</P>78. SCREENING OF PECTINASE FROM ACTINOBACTERIA<P></P><P>&NBSP;M A HANEEN, M.JAYASHANKAR, AND VARSHA N SWAMY</P><P>&NBSP;</P><P>79. SCREENING OF PROTEASE FROM ACTINOBACTERIA</P><P>ASHWITHAGOPAL ,VARSHA N SWAMY,SANTHOSH ARUL, AND M.JAYASHANKAR </P><P>&NBSP;</P><P>80. SCREENING AND ANALYSIS OF ACTINOBACTERIAL BIOHERBICIDES FOR WEED<BR> MANAGEMENT</P><P>PREM ANAND K AND SUTHINDHIRAN K</P><P>81.<I> IN VITRO</I> ASSESSMENT OF ACTINOBACTERIA FOR SURVIVABILITY UNDER SIMULATED GASTRO-INTESTINAL TRANSIT</P><P>G.VINOTHINI, M.S. SHABEENABANU, S. SEEMA,&NBSP; AND D.DHANASEKARAN</P>&NBSP;<P></P><P>Q82.<I> IN VITRO</I> ASSESSMENT OF ACTINOBACTERIA FOR SURVIVABILITY UNDER SIMULATED GASTRO-INTESTINAL TRANSIT</P><P>G.VINOTHINI, M.S. SHABEENABANU, S. SEEMA,&NBSP; AND D.DHANASEKARAN</P><P>&NBSP;</P><P>83. SCREENING OF ACTINOBACTERIAL<I> </I>PROBIOTICS BY ANTI-PATHOGENIC ACTIVITY TEST</P><P>PENG CHEN, ZHONGKUN ZHOU, YUNHAO MA,RENTAO ZHANG, MENGZE SUN</P><P>&NBSP;</P><P>84. SCREENING AND ANALYSIS OF PROBIOTIC ACTINOBACTERIA IN POULTRY FARMING</P><P>MÔNICA ROBERTA MAZALLI AND RAFAEL RESENDE MALDONADO</P><P>&NBSP;</P>85. VITAMIN B12 PRODUCING <I>ACTINOBACTERIA</I> AS PROBIOTICS FOR POULTRY PRODUCTION<P></P><P>FIRDOSH SHAH AND MITESH DWIVEDI</P>&NBSP;<P></P><P>86. QUALITATIVE AND QUANTITATIVE ESTIMATION OF PHOSPHATE SOLUBILIZING ACTINOBACTERIA</P>SHREYA DESAIAND NATARAJANAMARESAN<P></P><P>&NBSP;</P><P>87. ESTIMATION OF NITROGEN PRODUCTION BY ACTINOBACTERIA</P><P>SHREYA DESAIAND NATARAJANAMARESAN</P><P>&NBSP;</P><P>88. SCREENING OF <I>ACTINOBACTERIA</I> FOR SIDEROPHORE PRODUCTION</P><P>CAROLINE MERCY ANDREW SWAMIDOSS, RAMACHANDRAN CHELLIAH, AND DEOG-HWAN OH</P><P>&NBSP;</P><P>89. ISOLATION AND SCREENING OF SYMBIOTIC ACTINOBACTERIA FROM ROOT NODULES OF ACTINORHIZAL PLANT <I>CASUARINA</I> SP</P><P>DHARUMADURAI DHANASEKARAN AND SARAVANAN KARTHIKEYAN</P><P>&NBSP;</P><P>90. BIOCONTROL ACTIVITY OF ACTINOBACTERIA AGAINST PLANT PATHOGENS</P><P>SHREYA DESAIAND NATARAJANAMARESAN</P><P>&NBSP;</P><P>91. AN IN VITRO NEMATICIDALACTIVITY OFACTINOBACTERIA- JUVENILE MORTALITY AND EGG HATCHING INHIBITION</P><P>VIJAYAKUMAR VISHNU RAJA AND DHARUMADURAIDHANASEKARAN</P><P>&NBSP;</P><P>92. ESTIMATION OF AUXIN PRODUCTION BY ACTINOBACTERIA</P><P>SHREYA DESAIAND NATARAJANAMARESAN</P><P>&NBSP;</P><P>93. SCREENING OF ACTINOBACTERIA FOR MOSQUITOCIDAL ACTIVITY</P><P>CAROLINE MERCY ANDREW SWAMIDOSS, RAMACHANDRAN CHELLIAH, AND DEOG-HWAN OH</P><P>&NBSP;</P><P>94. EXTRACTION, CHARACTERIZATION, AND IDENTIFICATION OF ODOROUS METABOLITES FROM STREPTOMYCES</P><P>DHARUMADURAI DHANASEKARAN, SARAVANAN KARTHIKEYAN, SARAVANAN CHANDRALEKA, GOVINDHAN SIVARANJANI, AND SELVANATHAN LATHA</P><P>&NBSP;</P>95. SCREENING OF ACTINOBACTERIA FOR BIOSURFACTANT PRODUCTION<P></P><P>RAMACHANDRAN CHELLIAH, ERIC BANAN-MWINEDALIRI, AND DEOG-HWAN OH</P>&NBSP;<P></P><P>96. OPTIMIZATION AND CHARACTERIZATION OF BIOSURFACTANT FROM <I>STREPTOMYCES</I></P><P>VISHAL AHUJA, MARKÉTA MACHO, JIHEN THABET, AVIK BANERJEE, DANIELA EWE, SUBHASISH SAHA, AND KUMAR SAURAV</P><P>&NBSP;</P><P>97. PRODUCTION OF VITAMIN B12FROM <I>STREPTOMYCES </I>SPECIES</P><P>CAMIL REX M,AKSHAYA B, LOKESH RAVI, AND KANNABIRAN KRISHNAN</P>&NBSP;<P></P><P>98. SCREENING OF MICROBES FOR THE PRODUCTION OF PIGMENT (MELANIN)</P>RAMACHANDRAN CHELLIAH AND DEOG-HWAN OH<P></P><P>&NBSP;</P><P>99. EXPLORATION AND CHARACTERIZATION OFMELANIN PIGMENT PRODUCED BY ACTINOMYCETES</P><P>PUJA GUPTA, MADANGCHANOK IMCHEN, AND RANJITH KUMAVATH</P><P>&NBSP;</P><P>100. ISOLATION AND PRODUCTION OF PRODIGIOSIN PIGMENTS FROM STREPTOMYCES SPP.</P><P>LEENA SEBASTIAN, MARTIN PAUL, A., AND JAYANTHI, D.</P><P>&NBSP;</P><P>101. AEROBIC AND ANAEROBIC DECOLOURIZATION OF TEXTILE DYES USING ACTINOBACTERIA </P><P>RAMASAMY VIJAYAKUMAR AND SURESH S.S. RAJA</P><P>&NBSP;</P><P>102. BIOLEACHING OF HEAVY METALS FROM E-WASTE USING ACTINOBACTERIA&NBSP; </P><P>GOPIKRISHNAN, V., K. MANIGUNDAN, PR. MEGANATHAN, AND M. RADHAKRISHNAN</P><P>&NBSP;</P><P>103. BIOSYNTHESIS AND CHARACTERIZATION OF SILVER NANOPARTICLES FROM ACTINOBACTERIA</P><P>VIMALA. R.T.VA,RAJIVGANDHI. GB,D,S. SRIDHARANA,JAYAPRIYA. MC,RAMACHANDRAN. GD, CHENTHIS KANISHA. CD, MANOHARAN. ND,WEN-JUN LIB</P><P>&NBSP;</P><P><I>104. </I>BIOSYNTHESIS AND CHARACTERIZATION OF GOLD NANOPARTICLES FROM ACTINOBACTERIA</P>VIMALA. R.T.V, RAJIVGANDHI. G, S. SRIDHARAN, JAYAPRIYA. M, RAMACHANDRAN. G, CHENTHIS KANISHA. C, MANOHARAN. N, WEN-JUN LI<P></P><P>&NBSP;</P><P><I>105.</I> ANTIMICROBIAL ACTIVITY OF EXTRACELLULAR GREEN-SYNTHESIZED NANOPARTICLES BY ACTINOBACTERIA</P><P>VIMALA. R.T.V, RAJIVGANDHI. G, S. SRIDHARAN, JAYAPRIYA. M, RAMACHANDRAN. G, CHENTHIS KANISHA. C, MANOHARAN. N, AND WEN-JUN LI</P><P><I>&NBSP;</I></P><P>106. ANTIBIOFILM ACTIVITY OF EXTRACELLULAR GREEN-SYNTHESIZED NANOPARTICLES BY ACTINOBACTERIA</P><P>VIMALA. R.T.V, RAJIVGANDHI. G, S. SRIDHARAN, JAYAPRIYA. M, RAMACHANDRAN. G, CHENTHIS KANISHA. C, MANOHARAN. N, WEN-JUN LI</P><P>&NBSP;</P><P>107. CYTOTOXIC ACTIVITY OF EXTRACELLULAR GREEN SYNTHESIZED NANOPARTICLES BY ACTINOBACTERIA</P>VIMALA. R.T.V, RAJIVGANDHI. G, S. SRIDHARAN, JAYAPRIYA. M, RAMACHANDRAN. G, CHENTHIS KANISHA. C, MANOHARAN. N, AND WEN-JUN LI<P></P><P>&NBSP;</P><P>108. SPORICIDAL ACTIVITY OF EXTRACELLULAR GREEN-SYNTHESIZED NANOPARTICLES BY ACTINOBACTERIA</P><P>VIMALA. R.T.V, RAJIVGANDHI. G, S. SRIDHARAN, JAYAPRIYA. M, RAMACHANDRAN. G, CHENTHIS KANISHA. C, MANOHARAN. N, AND WEN-JUN LI</P><P><BR></P>

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