Dr. Maulin Pramod Shah

Dr. Maulin Pramod Shah

Chief Scientist & Head
Enviro Technology Limited, India


Highest Degree
Ph.D. in Microbiology from Sardar Patel University, India

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Biography

Maulin P. Shah, currently Chief Scientist & Head - Industrial Waste Water Research Lab, Division of Applied and Environmental Microbiology Lab at Enviro Technology Ltd., Ankleshwar, Gujarat, India, received his Ph.D. (2002-2005) in Environmental Microbiology from Sardar Patel University, Vallabh Vidyanagar, Gujarat. He has served as an Assistant Professor at Godhra, Gujarat University in 2001. He is a Microbial Biotechnologist with diverse research interest. A group of research scholars is working under his guidance on the areas ranging from Applied Microbiology, Environmental Biotechnology, Bioremediation, and Industrial Liquid Waste Management to solid state fermentation. His work has been focused to assess the impact of industrial pollution on microbial diversity of wastewater following cultivation dependant and cultivation independent analysis. His major work involves isolation, screening, identification and Genetic Engineering of high impact of Microbes for the degradation of hazardous materials. He has more than 140 research publication in highly reputed national and international journals. He directs the Research program at Enviro Technology Ltd., Ankleshwar. He has guided more than 20 Post Graduate students in various disciplines of Life Science. He is an active Editorial Board Member in 22 highly reputed Journal’s in the field of Environmental & Biological Sciences. He extends his expertise in various National as well as International Reputed Journal as Editor and Editorial Board Member like Open Access Book of Cloud Publication, Journal of Environment Pollution and Human Health. He was Founder Editor-in-Chief of International Journal of Environmental Bioremediation and Biodegradation (2012-2014) as well as Journal of Applied and Environmental Microbiology (2012-2014) (Science and Education Publishing, USA), Editorial Board Member of American Journal of Microbiological Research, Electronic Journal of Energy and Environment, International Journal of Environment and Sustainability. He is also serving as a reviewer in various journals of national and international repute. Recently, he has been appointed as a Reviewer in Nature Biotechnology Journal.

Area of Interest:

Environmental Sciences
100%
Waste Water Management
62%
Bioremediation
90%
Microbiology
75%
Biodegradation
55%

Selected Publications

  1. Shah, M.P., 2017. Waste water pollution. J. Applied Biotechnol. Bioeng., Vol. 3.No. 1. 10.15406/jabb.2017.03.00054.
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  2. Shah, M.P., 2017. Waste water microbiology. Int. J. Mol. Biol., Vol. 2.No. 1. 10.15406/ijmboa.2016.02.00011.
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  3. Shah, M.P., 2017. Soil bioremediation. Int. J. Biotechnol. Bioeng., Vol. 3.No. 1. .
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  4. Shah, M.P., 2017. Microbial decolorization of mixture of dyes by an application of laccase through bacillus subtillis ETL-1979 isolated from soil of industrial effluent treatment plant. J. Bacteriol. Mycol., Vol. 4.No. 4. 10.15406/jbmoa.2017.04.00099.
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  5. Shah, M.P., 2017. Environmental bioremediation of industrial effluent. J. Mol. Biol. Biotechnol., Vol. 2.No. 1. .
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  6. Shah, M.P., 2017. Bioremedial application of Pseudomonas aeruginosa in waste water treatment. Austin J. Biotechnol. Bioeng., Vol. 4.No. 1. .
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  7. Shah, M.P. and H. Borasiya, 2017. Industrial waste water treatment. J. Applied Microbiol. Biochem., Vol. 4.No. 1. .
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  8. Borasiya, H. and M.P. Shah, 2017. Environmental bioremediation. J. Applied Biotechnol. Bioeng., Vol. 2.No. 2. .
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  9. Shah, M.P., 2015. Understanding the Efficacy of Influent Waste Water on Microbial Community Structure of Activated Sludge Process. Afri. J. Biotechnol., 14: 509-518.
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  10. Shah, M.P., 2015. Treatment of Industrial waste water through anoxic-oxic process. J. Environ. Microbiol., 3: 152-160.
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  11. Shah, M.P., 2015. Quantification of genes of activated sludge through real time PCR. J. Environ. Microbiol., 3: 161-169.
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  12. Shah, M.P., 2015. Microbial decolorization of dyes by laccase. Int. J. Curr. Microbiol. Appl. Sci., .
  13. Shah, M.P., 2015. Microbial Degradation of 4-Chloroaniline by a bacterial consortium. Afr. J. Microbiol. Res., 9: 17-25.
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  14. Shah, M.P., 2015. Microbe-Mediated Degradation of Synthetic Dyes in Wastewater. In: Microbial Degradation of Synthetic Dyes in Wastewaters Environmental Science and Engineering. Singh, S.N. (Ed.). Springer, India, pp 205-241.
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  15. Shah, M.P., 2015. Genetic regulation and metabolic activity of ammonia oxidizing bacteria through nitrite effect. Afr. J. Microbiol. Res., .
  16. Shah, M.P., 2015. Exploring the efficacy of bio-augmentation strategy in microbial degradation of chloroaniline. Afr. J. Biotechnol., .
  17. Shah, M.P., 2015. Exploited application of a newly isolated pseudomonas acidovornas XII in microbial degradation of 1-chlor-4-nitrobenzene. Int. J. Curr. Microbiol. Appl. Sci., .
  18. Shah, M.P., 2015. Exploitation of pseudomonas aeruginosa ETL-1942 and bacillus cereus ETL-1949 in decolorization and degradation of acid orange. Int. J. Toxicol. Environ. Health, .
  19. Shah, M.P., 2015. Exploitation of denaturing gradient gel electrophoresis in analysis of microbial diversity. J. Microb. Biochem. Technol., .
  20. Shah, M.P., 2015. Exploitation of Molecular Genetics in Microbial Degradation and Decolorization of Industrial Waste Water Effluent. Afri. J. Biotechnol., 14: 489-499.
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  21. Shah, M.P., 2015. Effective therapeutically systems for azo dye degradation: a joint course of action between physico-chemical & microbiological process. Afr. J. Environ. Sci. Technol., .
  22. Shah, M.P., 2015. Effect of anaerobic granular sludge in degradation of two azo dyes. Int. J. Environ. Res., .
  23. Shah, M.P., 2015. Combine Cultivation and Independent Molecular Approach to Identify Ammonia Oxidizing Bacteria in Industrial Waste Water Treatment. Austin J. Biotechnol. Bioeng., 2: 1-9.
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  24. Shah, M.P., 2015. An application of enterobacter spp. in microbial degradation of acrylamide. Int. Res. J. Biochem. Biotechnol., .
  25. Shah,M.P., 2014. On site application of Pseudomonas aeruginosa ETL-1942 and Bacillus cereus ETL-1949 in decolorization and degradation of remazol black-B. Int. J. Environ. Bioremed. Biodegrad., 2: 139-145.
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  26. Shah,M.P., 2014. Microbial degradation of acid blue dye by mixed consortium. Int. J. Environ. Bioremed. Biodegrad., 2: 125-132.
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  27. Shah,M.P., 2014. Microbial degradation of Azo dye by Pseudomonas spp. 2413 isolated from activated sludge of common effluent treatment plant. Int. J. Environ. Bioremed. Biodegrad., 2: 133-138.
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  28. Shah,M.P., 2014. Microbial degradation of 3-chloroanilne by two bacterial strains isolated from common effluent treatment plant. J. Applied Environ. Microbiol., 2: 155-165.
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  29. Shah,M.P., 2014. Microbial degradation and decolorization of acid orange dye by anaerobic/aerobic sequential process. Int. J. Environ. Bioremed. Biodegrad., 2: 112-116.
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  30. Shah,M.P., 2014. Microbial decolorization of reactive azo dyes by Bacillus spp. ETL-1949 under anaerobic condition. Int. J. Environ. Bioremed. Biodegrad., 2: 30-36.
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  31. Shah,M.P., 2014. Exploring the strength of Pseudomonas A and Pseudomonas B in removal of ClO4- and ClO3-: An outstanding approach of environmental bioremediation. Int. J. Environ. Bioremed. Biodegrad., 2: 55-61.
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  32. Shah,M.P., 2014. Exploring the strength of Pseudomonas putida ETL-7 in microbial degradation and decolorization of remazol black-B. Int. J. Environ. Bioremed. Biodegrad., 2: 12-17.
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  33. Shah,M.P., 2014. Exploring the efficacy of bioaugmentation strategy in microbial degradation of chloroaniline. J. Appl. Environ. Microbiol., 2: 185-193.
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  34. Shah,M.P., 2014. Exploited application of denaturing gradient gel electrophoresis in analysis of ammonia oxidizing bacterial community structure. J. Applied Environ. Microbiol., 2: 116-127.
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  35. Shah,M.P., 2014. Exploited application of a newly isolated Pseudomonas acidovorans XII in microbial degradation of 1-chloro-4-nitrobenzene. Int. J. Environ. Bioremed. Biodegrad., 2: 75-83.
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  36. Shah,M.P., 2014. Exploited application of Bacillus sp. ETL-A and Pseudomonas sp. ETL-B in microbial degradation of orange 16 dye. Int. J. Environ. Bioremed. Biodegrad., 2: 37-43.
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  37. Shah,M.P., 2014. Evaluation and analysis of bacterial communities from different waste water treatment plants by denaturing gradient gel electrophoresis with group specific 16s rRNA. Int. J. Environ. Bioremed. Biodegrad., 2: 100-111.
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  38. Shah,M.P., 2014. Enrichment of activated sludge process in the treatment of industrial waste water. Am. J. Microbiol. Res., 2: 131-137.
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  39. Shah,M.P., 2014. Eco-friendly treatment of acid red by an application of pseudomonas spp. Int. J. Environ. Bioremed. Biodegradation, 2: 62-68.
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  40. Shah,M.P., 2014. Bioremedial application of Bacillus megaterium PMS82 in microbial degradation of acid orange dye. Int. J. Environ. Bioremed. Biodegrad., 2: 93-99.
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  41. Shah, M.P., K.A. Patel, S.S. Nair and A.M. Darji, 2014. Decolorization of remazol black-B by three bacterial isolates. Int. J. Environ. Bioremed. Biodegrad., 2: 44-49.
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  42. Shah, M.P., K.A. Patel, S.S. Nair and A.M. Darji, 2014. An Application of Response Surface Methodology in Microbial Degradation of Azo dye by Bacillus subtillis ETL-1979. Am. J. Microbiol. Res., 2: 24-34.
  43. Shah, M.P., A.P. Kavita, S.S. Nair and A.M. Darji, 2014. Microbial degradation and decolorization of reactive dyes by Bacillus spp. ETL-1979. Am. J. Microbiol. Res., 2: 16-23.
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  44. Shah, M.P., 2014. Realization of influent waste water on microbial community structure of activated sludge process. Am. J. Microbiol. Res., 2: 143-150.
  45. Shah, M.P., 2014. Purification and analysis of Norcadia spp. Azoreductase. J. Applied Environ. Microbiol., 2: 237-243.
  46. Shah, M.P., 2014. Optimization of Retention Time of Microbial Community Structure of Activated Sludge Process. Am. J. Water Resour., 2: 149-158.
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  47. Shah, M.P., 2014. Microbiological removal of phenol by an application of pseudomonas spp. ETL-: an innovative biotechnological approach providing answers to the problems of FETP. J. Applied Environ. Microbiol., 2: 6-11.
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  48. Shah, M.P., 2014. Microbial diversity of ammonia oxidizing and other bacteria of activated sludge. Am. J. Microbiol. Res., 2: 182-188.
  49. Shah, M.P., 2014. Microbial degradation of acrylamide by Enterobacter spp. Am. J. Water Resour., 2: 134-140.
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  50. Shah, M.P., 2014. Microbial degradation of acid orange dye by an application of Pseudomonas spp. ETL-1979 isolated from the textile dye effluent: An environmental bio-remedial approach. OA Biotechnol., Vol. 3. .
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  51. Shah, M.P., 2014. Microbial Degradation of Acid Orange and Reactive Black in Presence of Anaerobic Granular Sludge. Am. J. Microbiol. Res., 2: 151-156.
  52. Shah, M.P., 2014. Isolation and screening of dye decolorizing bacteria. J. Applied Environ. Microbiol., 2: 244-248.
  53. Shah, M.P., 2014. Exploted Application of Pyrosequencing in Microbial Diversity of Activated Sludge System of Common Effluent Treatment Plants. Am. J. Microbiol. Res., 2: 157-165.
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  54. Shah, M.P., 2014. Explotation of Denaturing Gradient Gel Electrophoresis in Analysis of Microbial Diversity. J. Appl. Environ. Microbiol., 2: 257-265.
  55. Shah, M.P., 2014. Exploited application of Lactobacillus in microbial degradation and decolorization of acid orange. Int. J. Environ. Bioremed. Biodegrad., 2: 160-166.
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  56. Shah, M.P., 2014. Exploited application of Pseudomonas stutzeri ETL-4 in microbial degradation of Congo red. Biochem. Eng. Bioproces. Eng., Vol. 3. .
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  57. Shah, M.P., 2014. Environmental bioremediation: A low cost nature's natural biotechnology for environmental clean-up. Petroleum Environ. Biotechnol., Vol. 5. .
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  58. Shah, M.P., 2014. Efficacy of Rhodococcus rhodochrous in Microbial Degradation of Toludine Dye. Biorem. Biodegrad., 5: 1-9.
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  59. Shah, M.P., 2014. Community analysis of ammonia oxidizing bacteria through molecular genetics in activated sludge of effluent treatment plant. J. Microbial. Biochem. Technol. .
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  60. Shah, M.P., 2014. Bioaugmentation of Pseudomonas aeruginosa in microbial degradation of p-nitro phenol. Int. J. Environ. Bioremed. Biodegrad., 2: 213-219.
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  61. Shah, M.P., 2014. Azo dye reduction by methanogenic granular sludge exposed to oxygen. Int. J. Environ. Bioremed. Biodegrad., 2: 18-24.
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  62. Shah, M.P., 2014. Application of Pseudomonas aeruginosa to clean-up polluted water in Ankleshwar, Gujarat, India. Biomed. Biotechnol., 2: 42-45.
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  63. Shah, M.P., 2014. An application of polymerase chain reaction in detection of ammonia oxidizing bacteria. Am. J. Microbiol. Res., 2: 166-173.
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  64. Shah, M.P., 2014. An application of mixed consortium in microbial degradation of reactive red: Eeffective strategy of bioaugmentaiton. J. Applied Environ. Microbiol., 2: 143-154.
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  65. Shah, M.P., 2014. An application of bioaugmentation strategy to decolorize and degrade reactive black dye by Pseudomonas spp. Int. J. Environ. Bioremed. Biodegrad., 2: 50-54.
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  66. Shah, M.P., 2014. An application of amplified ribosomal DNA restriction analysis in the changes of microbial community structure of industrial waste water treatment. Int. J. Environ. Bioremed. Biodegrad., 2: 192-196.
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  67. Shah, M.P., 2014. Amplified ribosomal dna restriction analysis as a tool to characterize microbial community structure of activated sludge of common effluent treatment plant. Int. J. Environ. Bioremed. Biodegrad., 2: 197-201.
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  68. Shah, M.P. and K.A. Patel, 2014. Microbial decolorization and degradation of remazol black & mordant orange by microbial consortia isolated from common effluent treatment plant. Int. J. Environ. Bioremed. Biodegrad., 2: 117-124.
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  69. Shah, M.P. and A.P. Kavita, 2014. Microbial degradation of reactive red 195 by three bacterial isolates in anaerobic-aerobic bioprocess. Int. J. Environ. Bioremed. Biodegrad., 2: 5-11.
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  70. Shah, M., 2014. Purification and analysis of nocardia spp. azoreductase. J. Appl. Environ. Microbiol., 2: 237-243.
  71. Shah, M., 2014. Exploted application of lactobacillus in microbial degradation and decolorization of acid orange. Int. J. Environ. Biorem. Biodegrad., 2: 160-166.
  72. Shah, M., 2014. Exploited application of enterobacter spp. in microbial degradation of acrylamide: an environmental bioremedial approach. J. Appl. Environ. Microbiol., .
  73. Shah, M., 2014. Exploitation of two consortiums in microbial degradation and decolorization of remazol black and acid orange. J. Pet. Environ. Biotechnol., Vol. 5. .
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  74. Shah, M., 2014. Evaluation of Aeromonas spp. in Microbial Degradation and Decolorization of Reactive Black in Microaerophilic-Aerobic Condition. Bioremed. Biodegrad., 10.4172/2155-6199.1000246.
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  75. Shah, M., 2014. Effective treatment systems for azo dye degradation: A joint venture between physico-chemical & microbiological process. Int. J. Environ. Bioremed. Biodegrad., 2: 231-242.
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  76. Shah, M., 2014. Effect of 3-chloroaniline in microbial community structure of activated sludge. J. Applied Environ. Microbiol., 2: 220-230.
  77. Shah, M., 2014. Biodegradation of azo dyes by three bacterial strains: an environmental bioremedial approach. Microb. Biochem. Technol., 2014: 1-5.
  78. Shah, M., 2014. Assessment of the feasibility of intrinsic bioremediation strategy in anaerobic benzene biodegradation. J. Appl. Environ. Microbiol., .
  79. Shah, M., 2014. Analysis of microbial community structure of activated sludge from sequencing batch reactor. J. Appl. Environ. Microbiol., .
  80. Shah, M., 2014. An application of sequencing batch reactors in the identification of microbial community structure from an activated sludge. J. Applied Environ. Microbiol., 2: 176-184.
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  81. Shah, M., 2014. An application of sequencing batch reactors in microbial degradation of benzene, toluene and xylene under anoxic and micro aerobic condition. J. Applied Environ. Microbiol., 2: 231-236.
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  82. Shah, M., 2014. An application of molecular genetics in characterization of microbial community structure of activated sludge of effluent treatment plant. J. Appl. Environ. Microbiol., .
  83. Shah, M., 2014. An application of amplified ribosomal dna restrcition analysis in the changes of microbial community structure of industrial waste water treatment. Int. J. Environ. Biorem. Biodegrad., 2: 192-196.
  84. Shah, M.P., S. Sebastian, H. Mathukiya, A.M. Darji, J. Patel and K.A. Patel, 2013. Decolorization of remazol black-B by three bacterial isolates. Rom. Achieves Microbiol. Immunol., .
  85. Shah, M.P., K.A. Patel, S.S. Nair, A.M. Darji and S.J. Maharaul, 2013. Optimization of environmental parameters on decolorization of remazol black B using mixed culture. Am. J. Microbiol. Res., 1: 53-56.
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  86. Shah, M.P., K.A. Patel, S.S. Nair, A.M. Darji and S.J. Maharaul, 2013. Microbial degradation of reactive red by pseudomonas spp. MPS-2. J. Biorem. Biodegrad., Vol. 4. .
  87. Shah, M.P., K.A. Patel, S.S. Nair, A.M. Darji and S.J. Maharaul, 2013. Microbial decolorization and degradation of orange 16 dye by a newly isolated aeromonas spp. Etl-1949. J. Biorem. Biodegrad., .
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  88. Shah, M.P., K.A. Patel, S.S. Nair, A.M. Darji and S.J, Maharaul, 2013. Exploiting application of pseudomonas spp. ETL-2013 in microbial degradation and decolorization of disperse orange 3. J. Biorem. Biodegrad., .
  89. Shah, M.P., K.A. Patel, S.S. Nair, A.M. Darji and S. Maharaul, 2013. Microbial degradation of azo dye by Pseudomonas spp. Mps-2 by an application of sequential microaerophilic and aerobic process. Am. J. Microbiol. Res., 1: 105-112.
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  90. Shah, M.P., K.A. Patel, S.S. Nair, A.M. Darji and S. Maharaul, 2013. Exploited application of bacillus spp. ETL-1979 for degradation and decolorization of methyl orange, malachite green and congo red. J. Biorem. Biodegrad., .
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  91. Shah, M.P., K.A. Patel, S.S. Nair and A.M. Darji, 2013. Selection of bacterial strains efficient in decolorization of remazol black-B. OA J. Biotechnol., .
  92. Shah, M.P., K.A. Patel, S.S. Nair and A.M. Darji, 2013. Potential effect of two bacillus spp on decolorization of azo dye. J. Biorem. Biodegrad., Vol. 4. 10.4172/2155-6199.1000199.
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  93. Shah, M.P., K.A. Patel, S.S. Nair and A.M. Darji, 2013. Optimization of environmetnal parameters on microbial degradation of reactive black dye. J. Biorem. Biodegrad., .
  94. Shah, M.P., K.A. Patel, S.S. Nair and A.M. Darji, 2013. Molecular characterization and optimization of azo dye degrading bacillus subtillis ETL-(2013). OA J. Cell Mol. Biol., .
  95. Shah, M.P., K.A. Patel, S.S. Nair and A.M. Darji, 2013. Microbial degradation of textile dye (remazol black b) by bacillus spp. ETL-2012. J. Biorem. Biodegrad., .
  96. Shah, M.P., K.A. Patel, S.S. Nair and A.M. Darji, 2013. Microbial degradation of reactive orange M2R dye by bacterial consortium ETL-A. J. Biorem. Biodegrad., .
  97. Shah, M.P., K.A. Patel, S.S. Nair and A.M. Darji, 2013. Microbial degradation and decolorization of reactive orange dye by strain of Pseudomonas spp. Int. Biodeterior. Biodegrad., 1: 1-5.
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  98. Shah, M.P., K.A. Patel, S.S. Nair and A.M. Darji, 2013. Microbial degradation and decolorization of reactive black by an application of pseudomonas stutzeri ETL-79. OA J. Biotechnol., .
  99. Shah, M.P., K.A. Patel, S.S. Nair and A.M. Darji, 2013. Microbial decolorization of the azo dye methyl red by enterobacter spp. ETL-1979. J. Appl. Environ. Microbiol., 1: 1-5.
  100. Shah, M.P., K.A. Patel, S.S. Nair and A.M. Darji, 2013. Microbial decolorization of textile dye by Bacillus spp. ETL-79: An innovative biotechnological aspect to combat textile effluents. Am. J. Microbiol. Res., 1: 57-61.
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  101. Shah, M.P., K.A. Patel, S.S. Nair and A.M. Darji, 2013. Microbial decolorization of remazol brilliant orange 3R, remazol black B and remazol brilliant violet dyes in a sequential anaerobic-aerobic system. Int. J. Environ. Biorem. Biodegrad., 1: 6-13.
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  102. Shah, M.P., K.A. Patel, S.S. Nair and A.M. Darji, 2013. Microbial decolorization of methyl orange dye by pseudomonas spp. OA J. Biotechnol., .
  103. Shah, M.P., K.A. Patel, S.S. Nair and A.M. Darji, 2013. Isolation, screening & identification of dye decolorizing bacteria from common effluent treatment plant of ankleshwar, Gujarat. Asian J. Microbiol. Biotechnol. Environ. Sci., 15: 533-540.
  104. Shah, M.P., K.A. Patel, S.S. Nair and A.M. Darji, 2013. Isolation, identification and screening of dye decolorizing bacteria. Am. J. Microbiol. Res., 1: 62-70.
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  105. Shah, M.P., K.A. Patel, S.S. Nair and A.M. Darji, 2013. Exploring the strength of Pseudomonas aeruginosa ETL-1942 in decolourisation and degradation of acid orange dye to combat textile effluent: Applied aspects. OA J. Biotechnol., Vol. 2. .
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  106. Shah, M.P., K.A. Patel, S.S. Nair and A.M. Darji, 2013. Environmental bioremediation of dyes by Pseudomonas aeruginosa ETL-1 isolated from final effluent treatment plant of ankleshwar. Am. J. Microbiol. Res., 1: 74-83.
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  107. Shah, M.P., K.A. Patel, S.S. Nair and A. M. Darji, 2013. Bioremoval of azo dye reactive red by bacillus spp. ETL-1982. J. Biorem. Biodegrad., .
  108. Shah, M.P., K.A. Patel and S.S. Nair, 2013. Microbiolgical removal of crystal violet dye by bacillus subtilis ETL-2211. OA j. Biotechnol., .
  109. Shah, M.P., K.A. Patel and A.M. Darji, 2013. Microbial degradation and decolorization of methyl orange dye by an application of Pseudomonas spp. ETL-1982. Int. J. Environ. Biorem. Biodegrad., 1: 26-36.
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  110. Shah, M.P., A.P. Kavita, S.S. Nair and A.M. Darji, 2013. An innovative approach to biodegradation of textile dye (remazol black B) by Bacillus spp. Int. J. Environ. Bioremed. Biodegrad., 1: 43-48.
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  111. Shah, M.P., 2013. Combined application of biological-photocatalytic process in degradation of reactive black dye: An excellent outcome. Am. J. Microbiol. Res., 1: 92-97.
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  112. Maulin, P.S., K.A. Patel, S.S. Nair and A.M. Darji, 2013. Microbial decolorization of methyl orange dye by Pseudomonas spp. ETL-M. Int. J. Environ. Bioremed. Biodegrad., 1: 54-59.
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  113. Maulin, P.S., K.A. Patel and A.M. Darji, 2013. Microbial decolorization of reactive black by Pseudomonas stutzeri ETL-79. Int. J. Environ. Bioremed. Biodegrad., 1: 37-42.
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  114. Shah, M.P., S. Sebastian, H.M. Mathukiya and A.M. Darji, 2012. Biodegradation of phenol by an application of Pseudomonas spp. ETL-2414. Int. J. Bioeng. Technol., 3: 6-11.
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  115. Shah, M.P., A. Nagee, P. Kunjadia, P.N. Mukhopadhyaya and I.L. Kothari, 2006. Identification of an anonymous RFLP DNA probe through multiple arbitrary amplicon profiling and its use for strain differentiation in a field isolate of cellulose-degrading Aspergillus niger. Bioresour. Technol., 97: 2335-2339.
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  116. Shah, M.P., G.V. Reddy, R. Banerjee, P.R. Babu and I.L. Kothari, 2005. Microbial degradation of banana waste under solid state bioprocessing using two Lignocellulolytic fungi (Phylosticta spp. MPS-001 and Aspergillus sp. MPS-002). Process Biochem., 40: 445-451.
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  117. Reddy, G.V., M.P. Shah, I.L. Kothari and A. Ray, 2002. Infra-red spectroscopic analyses of banana waste degraded by oyster mushroom. Indian J. Exp. Biol., 40: 1038-1042.
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  118. Reddy, G.V., M.P. Shah and I.L. Kothari, 2002. Effect of vitamins and growth regulators on growth and biological efficiency of Pl. ostreatus and Pl. sajor-caju. Indian J. Microbiol., 42: 335-337.
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