Dr. Dinesh Kumar Chatanta

Dr. Dinesh Kumar Chatanta

Head of Academic Department
Abhilashi Institute of Lifesciences, India


Highest Degree
Ph.D. in Biotechnology from Himachal Pradesh University, India

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Area of Interest:

Environmental Sciences
100%
Industrial Microbiology
62%
Biocatalysis
90%
Environmental Biotechnology
75%
Fermentation Technology
55%

Selected Publications

  1. Kumar, D., Savitri, N. Thakur, R. Verma and T.C. Bhalla, 2008. Microbial proteases and application as laundry detergent additive. Res. J. Microbiol., 3: 661-672.
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  2. Chatanta, D.K., C. Attri, K. Gopal, M. Devi, G. Gupta and T.C. Bhalla, 2008. Bioethanol production from apple pomace left after juice extraction. Internet J. Microbiol., Vol. 5. .
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  3. Chauhan, G.S., B. Singh, S. Chauhan, S.K. Dhiman and D. Kumar, 2006. A study of the synthesis, kinetics, and characterization of reactive graft copolymers of Poly(vinyl imidazole) and cellulose for use as supports in enzyme immobilization and metal ion uptake. J. Appl. Polymer Sci., 100: 1522-1530.
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  4. Kumar, D. and T.C. Bhalla, 2005. Microbial proteases in peptide synthesis: Approaches and applications. Applied Microbiol. Biotechnol., 68: 726-736.
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  5. Kumar, D. and T.C. Bhalla, 2004. Bacillus sp. APR-4 protease as a laundry additive. Indian J. Biotechnol., 3: 563-567.
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  6. Kumar, D. and T.C. Bhalla, 2004. Purification and characterization of a small size protease from Bacillus sp. APR-4. Indian J. Exp. Biol., 42: 515-521.
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  7. Chand, D., H. Kumar, U.D. Sankhian, D. Kumar, F. Vitzthum and T.C. Bhalla, 2004. Treatment of simulated wastewater containing toxic amides by immobilized Rhodococcus rhodochrous NHB-2 using a highly compact 5-stage plug flow reactor. World J. Microbiol. Biotechnol., 20: 679-686.
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  8. Kumar, D., D. Chand, S. Uma Dutt and T.C. Bhalla, 2003. Utilization of a Bacillus sp. APR4: Protease in peptide synthesis. Indian J. Microbiol., 43: 131-133.
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