Laboratory Protocols in Fungal Biology: Current Methods in Fungal Biology

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Author: Gupta Vijai Kumar

Brand: MOXIC

Edition: 2nd ed. 2022

Package Dimensions: 0x0x788

Number Of Pages: 232

Release Date: 07-02-2022

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Mycology has an integral role to play in the development of the biotechnology and biomedical sectors. It has become a subject of increasing importance as new fungi and their associated biomolecules are identified. As this discipline comes to the forefront of research in these sectors, the requirement for a consolidation of available research approaches is required. The First Edition of this book has a few basic and applied protocols. With the Second Edition, this book provides consolidated information on recent developments and the most widely used mycological methods available in the fields of biochemistry, biotechnology and microbiology. The methods outlined offer clear and concise directions to the reader and covers both standard protocols and more applied mycological methods. This book provides useful information for undergraduates, post-graduates, and specialists and researchers studying fungal biology.
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Mycology has an integral role to play in the development of the biotechnology and biomedical sectors. It has become a subject of increasing importance as new fungi and their associated biomolecules are identified. As this discipline comes to the forefront of research in these sectors, the requirement for a consolidation of available research approaches is required. The First Edition of this book has a few basic and applied protocols. With the Second Edition, this book provides consolidated information on recent developments and the most widely used mycological methods available in the fields of biochemistry, biotechnology and microbiology. The methods outlined offer clear and concise directions to the reader and covers both standard protocols and more applied mycological methods. This book provides useful information for undergraduates, post-graduates, and specialists and researchers studying fungal biology.
About the Author
Vijai Kumar Gupta is currently working as Senior Fellow at Center for Safe and Improved Foods & Biorefining and Advanced Materials Research Center, Scotland’s Rural College (SRUC), Edinburgh, UK. Dr Gupta received his doctoral degree in Microbiology in 2009 from Dr RML Avadh University India, and the leading expert in the area of Biomass Valorisation, Microbial Bioprocess Biotechnologies, Bioactive Natural Products, and Environmental Sustainability.
He is the Secretary of the European Mycological Association and also the International Professor at IFST-China, Visiting Professor at SCBG-China; SZIU-Hungary; SHUATS-India. Dr Gupta is the Fellow of few international scientific societies including- Linnaean Society-UK; Mycological Society of India; Indian Mycological Association; Academy of Microbiological Sciences India; National Academy of Agricultural Sciences, India and Member of Royal Society Biology, UK. He has 175 peer-reviewed publications, 33 book chapters and 39 books in his hands with author h-index 50, i10-index 173 with total 11K+ citations to-date. Also, he is the editor of few reputed journals including, Microbial Cell Factories, Scientific Reports, Microbiome, Biotechnology Advances and Critical Reviews in Biotechnology.
Maria Tuohy is the Principal Investigator and Head of the Molecular Glycobiotechnology Group, School of Natural Sciences, NUI, Galway, Ireland. Dr. Tuohy has a strong track record in Glycobiotechnology and Enzyme Biotechnology, with ~28 years’ experience in fungal biology and biotechnology. A special focus of the research is on developing enabling technology for bioconversion of terrestrial plants and algae for biorefinery and bioenergy applications. This research encompasses protein biotechnology, molecular enzymology, proteomics, fungal genetics, biology and genomics, fermentation, analytical methods in glycobiology and protein biochemistry, development of novel energy systems, as well as key analytical methods to measure and characterize novel bioactive compounds from microbial, plant and marine sourc

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