Enzymes used in food and textile technologies
Arcler Education Inc
Enzymes Used in Food and Textile Technologies takes into account different types of enzymes used in the food industries and textile industries. It also consists of enzymes from extreme environments, production and function of industrial lipases in food and agro-industries. It provides the reader with basic knowledge of enzymes so as to signify the role of certain enzymes in food and textile industries and to analyze the functions and applications of industrial lipases and fungal laccases. This book also discusses about production, function, and applications of fungal laccases in food processing, the role of microbial aspartic protease enzyme in food and beverage industries, the enzymatic decolorization of textile dyes by the immobilized polyphenol oxidase from quince leaves and microbial biotreatment of actual textile wastewater in a continuous sequential rice husk biofilter and the microbial community involved.
Shiv Sanjeevi Sripathi secured second rank in Mumbai University and first rank in his college at his undergrad level and in his college during his Masters and has worked on a stem cell project at the Specialized Centre for Cell Based Therapy (SCCT), KEM Hospital at Mumbai, following which he was a Junior Research Fellow at Microbiology & Cell Biology Department, Indian Institute of Science, Bangalore from August 2009 to November 2011. The field of work involved cloning of cell wall genes and transcription factors in E. coli & M. smegmatis. This was followed by a stint as a Research and Development Executive at Transasia Biomedicals, Mumbai where he worked on patent writing and Immunoassays from 2011 till 2013. In 2013, he entered the teaching field where he has been tutoring biology and chemistry to the students of 11th and 12th grades along with English grammar and communication skills to people of all age groups.