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Articles by Imandi Sarat Babu
Total Records ( 3 ) for Imandi Sarat Babu
  Imandi Sarat Babu and Garapati Hanumantha Rao
  Artificial neural networks and genetic algorithms are used to model and optimize a culture medium for the production of a Poly-γ-Glutamic Acid (PGA) by Bacillus licheniformis CCRC 12826. Experimental data reported in the literature was used to build neural network model. The concentrations of four medium components served as inputs to the neural network model and the amount of poly-γ-glutamic acid concentration served as a single output of model. Genetic algorithm was used to optimize the input space of the neural network model to find the optimum settings for maximum poly-γ-glutamic acid concentration. Using this procedure, artificial intelligence techniques have been effectively integrated to create a powerful tool for process modeling and optimization.
  Imandi Sarat Babu and Garapati Hanumantha Rao
  The production of extra cellular lipase in submerged fermentation of Yarrowia lipolytica NCIM 3589 has been investigated. Several compounds have been added to the culture medium in order to assess their efficiency as inducers of lipase production. The effect of triglycerides (olive oil, sunflower oil and tributyrin) has been studied. The highest lipase activity was obtained with sunflower oil (2.5 U mL-1) in four days.
  Imandi Sarat Babu and Garapati Hanumantha Rao
  A comparative study on the extra cellular lipase production in Solid State Fermentation (SSF) using Yarrowia lipolytica NCIM 3589 with various mixed substrates has been made. Different parameters such as moisture content, carbon level and nitrogen level of the medium were optimized. The maximum lipase activity of 9.3 units per gram of dry fermented substrate (U g ds-1) was observed with mixed substrate of sugarcane bagasse and wheat bran in seven days of fermentation.
 
 
 
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