Journal: Journal of Pharmacy Research

Article Id: JPRS-PB-00001630
Title: GC-MS profile of Biosurfactant producing and Hydrocarbon degrading P. aeruginosa NGB4 in liquid culture system
Category: Pharmaceutical Biotechnology
Section: Research Article
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    Aim: The ability of biosurfactant and hydrocarbon degrading capability of the P. aeruginosa NGB4 has been evident by GC -MS profiling. Materials and Methods: Industrial waste water supplemented with soybean oil, P. aeruginosa CFU set at 2 x 108 per ml has been tested for the formation of biosurfactant and metabolites under laboratory studies in liquid culture systems and further identified by GC-MS analysis. Results and Discussion: The ability of P. aeruginosa NGB4 to form biosurfactant found to enhance the degradation capability of the waste water which has resulted in faster degradation and confirmed by number of intermediate metabolites formed. Conclusion: Potential feature of P. aeruginosa NGB4 for hydrocarbon degradation by virtue of biosurfactant production has been elucidated which could be utilized in waste water hydrocarbon degradation.

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    Niharika  Amrute Bhawsar*1 , Dr.  Madhulika  Singh2

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    *1Biotechnology department, Barkatullah University, Bhopal (M.P.)
    2 Department of Botany & Biotechnology, Sadhu Vaswani College, Bhopal (M.P.), India.

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    Niharika Amrute Bhawsar
    Department of Botany & Biotechnology,
    Sadhu Vaswani College (Barkatullah University) Bhopal (M.P.) India.

    Received on:29-09-2016; Revised on: 11-10-2016; Accepted on: 25-11-2016

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    Author:

    Niharika  Amrute Bhawsar*1 , Dr.  Madhulika  Singh2

    Title:GC-MS profile of Biosurfactant producing and Hydrocarbon degrading P. aeruginosa NGB4 in liquid culture system
    Journal:Journal of Pharmacy Research
    Vol(issue):10 (Nov)
    Year:2016
    Page No: (726-729)
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    Methodology:GC-MS
    Research Materials: Biosurfactant; Hydrocarbon degradation

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Biosurfactant; Hydrocarbon degradation; P. aeruginosa; GC-MS.

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