"Is there any specific analysis to check the toxicity of produced nanopaticles and/or nanomaterials usinf biological sources... I am presently working on production of nanoparticles(metallic nanoparticles) using biological sources. I am planing to…"
My research field or area of interest innanotechnology
Bioprocess Engineering, NanoBiotechnology, Biotechnology Application in Environmental safety.
Biogenesis of nanoparticles and characterization.
Optimization and Kinetic Modeling of Biological Production of bioactive drug (Nanoparticles) Using Recombinant Microorganisms
Kannan N., and Subbalaxmi S, “Biogenesis of metal nanoparticles-A Current Perspective”, Reviews on Advanced Materials Science, 27, 99-114.
Kannan N., and V. Ramachandra Murty,(2010) “Optimization of chitinase production from Serratia marcescens - A classical approach”, Biological Segment: 1(1) BS/1510.
Kannan N., Subbalaxmi S and V. Ramachandra Murty, (2010) Microbial production of silver nanoparticles”, Digest Journal of Nanomaterials and Biostructures, 5(1),135- 140.
Kannan N., (2009) Tannase: A tool for instantaneous tea, Current biotica, 3(1), 96- 103.
Kannan N., (2009) An in vitro study on micropropagation of Cymbidium orchids, Current Biotica, 3 (2), 244-250.
Kannan N., (2009) Tannase: Hydrolyzing agent for tanning industries, ESAIJ, 4(5), 306-310.
Kannan N., Aravindan R. (2009) The Effect of fermentation parameters on extracellular tannase production by Lactobacillus plantarum MTCC 1407. E Journal of Chemistry, 6(1), 273-280.
Kannan N., Aravindan R., Viruthagiri T.,(2008) Tannase catalyzed gallic acid production for pharmaceutical applications, Chemical weekly, 217-219.
Kannan N., Aravindan R., Viruthagiri T. (2008) “Tannase Enzyme: the most potential biocatalyst for food industries”. Bioscience Biotechnology Research Asia, 05(1). 221-
Kannan N., Aravindan R., Viruthagiri T. (2008) Tannase as an efficient biocatalyst for food industries, Chemical Engineering World, July, 96.
Researchgroup, Institute, University, School, Company name
Manipal Institute of Technology, Manipal University
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