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  • Raghunandan, Kerisha; Mchunu, Siphesihle; Kumar, Ashwani; Kumar, Kuttanpillai Santhosh; Govender, Algasan; Permaul, Kugen; Singh, Suren (Taylor and Francis, 2014)
    Glycerol, a non-biodegradable by-product during biodiesel production is a major concern to the emerging biodiesel industry. Many microbes in natural environments have the ability to utilize glycerol as a sole carbon and ...
  • Singh, Suren (Springer-Verlag, 2012-03-20)
    Nonlinear ion cyclotron and ion-acoustic waves have been studied in an electron–positron–ion plasma. Using Boltzmann distributions for the electrons and positrons and fluid equations for the ions, a set of nonlinear equations ...
  • Singh, Suren (Elsevier, 2012-06-08)
    During a fermentation process, the formation of the desired product during the cell growth phase competes with the biomass for substrates or inhibits cell growth directly, which results in a decrease in production efficiency. ...
  • Zhou, Li; Tian, Kang-Ming; Niu, Dan-Dan; Shen, Wei; Shi, Fui-Yang; Singh, Suren; Wang, Zheng-Xiang (Springer Netherlands, 2012-06)
    Coupling lactate fermentation with cell growth was investigated in shake-flask and bioreactor cultivation systems by increasing aeration to improve lactate productivity in Escherichia coli CICIM B0013-070 (ackA pta pps ...
  • Nofemele, Zuko; Shukla, Pratyoosh; Trussler, Arthur; Permaul, Kugen; Singh, Suren (Academic Journals, 2012-03)
    Saccharomyces cerevisiae as a yeast cream was utilized for alcoholic fermentation using sugar cane molasses. In the present study, fermentation was optimized for urea and yeast hydrolysate (YH) dosage and the combined ...
  • Mchunu, Nokuthula Peace; Permaul, Kugen; Rahman, Ahmad Yamin; Saito, Jennifer A.; Singh, Suren; Alam, Maqsudul (American Society for Microbiology, 2013-06-20)
    We report here the draft genome sequence of Thermomyces lanuginosus strain SSBP, which was isolated from soil in South Africa. This fungus produces the largest amount of xylanase ever reported in the literature.

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