Micro Biotech – 2005 - Osmania University

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Micro
-
Biotech 2005

Association of Microbiologists of India

46
th

Annual conference

December 8th


10th, 2005

Department of Microbiology, Osmania University, Hyderabad


500 007.


PROGRAMME

Venue: (Osmania University Campus)


Inaugural & pre lunch session on

8
-
12
-
05
-------

Tagore Auditorium


8
th

Afternoon & 9
th

December 2005
---------------

Three Parallel Oral Sessions at Mekaster, PGRRCDE

Auditorium & PGRRCDE Hall and two

parallel poster sessions at Mekaster and PGRRCDE


10
th

December 2005

------
------------------------------

Two Parallel Oral and Poster Sessions at Mekaster


& PGRRCDE Auditorium.


Registration:


2.00



4.00 PM
--

7
th

December, 2005
---

Depart
ment of Microbiology, O. U.


7.30



1.00 PM


8
th

December, 2005
---

Tagore Auditorium, O. U.


2.00



5.00 PM


8
th

December, 2005
---

PGRRCDE Hall, O. U.


9.30


11.
00
AM


9
th

December, 2005
---

PGRRCDE Hall, O. U.


December 07, 2005

8.30


9.30 PM


AMI Central Council Meeting at Osmania University Guest House.


December 08, 2005


Venue: Tagore Auditorium


9.30


10.30 AM

Inauguration

10.30


11.15 AM

Key note Address by G. Padmanaban, IISc, Bangalore.




“Quest for drugs and drug targets aga
inst Malaria


Old and New”

11.15


11.45 AM

High Tea

11.45


1.15 PM

Special Session




Chairman:



P. Tauro, Mangalore.




Co
-
Chairman:

L. Venkateswar Rao, Osmania University, Hyderabad.



K. Varaprasada Reddy, Shanta Biotech, Hyderabad

---

Felicitatio
n
.



B. N. Johri, Bhopal

---

R A K award

---

F
elicitation
.




I.

Karunasagar, Bidar
---

R A K award
---

F
elicitation
.



A. Ashok, IAS,
---

“Biotechnology initiatives and opportunities in Andhra Pradesh”.


Dept. of Biotechnology,



Govt. of Andhra Pradesh.



P. Tauro,
----

“Terror from Microbes


Are we ready?”

Mangalore.


1.15

2.15 PM Lunch at Osmania University
-

Guest House.


2

Parallel Scientific Sessions:





Venue: Mekaster Auditorium

2.15
--

3.45 P
M

Session


I


Microbial Biotechnology


1


Chairman:




P. Gunashekaran,
Madhurai Kamaraj University, Madhurai.


Co
-
Chairman:

J. Shobhanaditya,

Osmania University, Hyderabad.


IL
-
1)

Amulya K. Panda



Challenges in high cell density growth of micro
organisms for


National Institute of Immunology


recombinant protein production


New Delhi.




2)

Rakesh K. Jain




Biochemical, Molecular and Bioremediation studies on


IMTECH,
Chandigarh
.



Nitroaromatics Degradation







Mbt

-

1)

Shashidhar
.

R




Rapid detection of Salmonella in food by Nested PCR.


BARC, Mumbai.





2
)

Md
.

Zeyaullah

PCR amplification of E.coli mercuric reductase
(mer A)





Jamia Millia Islamia
,
New Delhi.

from different si
tes of mercury polluted Yamuna River.




3)

Mayank





Oxygen electrode based microbial biosensor for quick,



Institute of Technology,



Specific and sensitive quantification of Nitrophenolic compounds.



Banaras Hindu University,



Varanasi.






4)

P.

K.

Sharma




Molecular Ecology of Soil Bacteria



Dept of Microbiology,



CCS HAU, Hisar.



3.45


4.00 PM

Tea Break


4.00


5.30 PM

Session


IV

Students Interaction with successful entrepreneurs



Chairman
: B. N. Johri
, Bhopal.




Co
-
Chairman: K.

Laxminarayana
, Vijayawada.


1)

Krishna M Ella, Bharat Biotech, Hyderabad.

2)

Gita Sharma, Magene Life sciences, Hyderabad.

3) Ratna Sudha, Unique Biotech, Hyderabad.

4)

G. M. Bhogle, Microbax

(India)

Ltd, Hyderabad.


5.30


6.45 PM

Poster Session
-
I (M
bt

1 to 25; I
nd

1 to
25 and E
nv

1 to 26
).



6.45


8
.
00

PM

Award
Lecture P
resentations.





Chairman:


B. D. Kaushik,
IARI, New Delhi.




Co
-
Chairman:

R. C. Kuhad,
University

of Delhi
,

South Campus, New Delhi.




8.00 PM

onwards

Dinner
at

O.U Guest House.


3





Venue: PGRRCDE Auditorium


2.15


3.45 PM

Session


II
Industrial Microbiology
-

1





Chairman:


Ashok Pandey,
RRL, Trivendrum.


Co
-
Chairman:

Gopal Reddy
,
Osmania

University, Hyderabad.



IL
-

3)

T. S
atyanarayana



Production, Characteristics and Applications of a Cell
-
bound


Dept of Microbiology, Univ. of Delhi


Phytase of the Yeast Pichia anomala


South Campus, New Delhi




4)

M. S. Thakur




Application of microorgan
isms as a biosensing system


CFTRI, Mysore.




Ind

-

1
)
Biswanath Mahanty



Production and Properties of a Biosurfactant from Pyrene


Dept of Biotechnology



Utilizing Microbial Culture


IIT
-

Guwahati, Guwahati



2
)
Kam
la Chaudhary



Cellulase synthesis in 2
-
deoxy glucose resistant mutants


Dept. of

Biotechnology &



of Trichoderma

reesei


Molecular Biology
,



CCS HAU, Hisar.



3
)

G.

S.

Prasad




Sequence analysis of ribosomal DNA
Internal Transcribed



MTCC, IMTECH,




Spacer
region for phylogenetic assessment of yeasts



Chandigarh.



4) Shailesh R. Dave



Biotechnology of Sulphidic Minerals: An Indian scenario.


Dept of Microbiology,


Gujarat Uni
versity, Ahmedabad,


Gujarat.



3.45


4.00 PM

Tea Break


4.00


5.30 PM

Session


V


Microbial Technologies for Environmental Management

-

1


Chairman:



Rup Lal,
Delhi University, New Delhi.


Co
-
Chairman:

P. Maruthi Mohan,

Osmania University,
Hyderabad.


IL
-

7)
T.B.

Karegoudar



Microbial degradation of organic pollutants


Dept. of Biochemisty,


Gulbarga Univ., Gulbarga.




8)

S. B. Chincholkar



Bio
-
Molecular Diversity in Microbial Siderophore Production



Dept of Microbiology,


North Maharashtra University,


Jalgaon.







Env
-
1
)

Atya Kapley




Assessing the bacterial community associated with Porites coral


National Environmental,


Engineering Research In
stitute,


Nagpur.


4



2)


Seema Tomar




Indicator Microbes For Hydrocarbons From Eastern And Western


ONGC,Dehradun Garhwal University,

Offshoe Sediments Of India


Srinagar







3
)


M. R. Sunayana




Photometabolis
m of 2
-
aminobenzoate by
Rhodobacter sphaeroides



Dept of Plant Sciences,



OU5.


University of Hyderabad,


Hyderabad.




4
)

Mukesh Chander



Evaluation of some white
-
rot fungi for their potential to


Guru Nanak Dev Unive
rsity,


decolourise

industrial dyes.


Amritsar, Punjab.




5.30


6.45 PM

Poster Session
-
II (F
m

1 to 25 : A
gr

1 to 25 and M
ed

1 to 26
)



Venue: PGRRCDE Hall


2.15


3.45 PM

Session


III


Medical Microbiology


1





Chairman:


H. Polasa,

Hyderabad.






Co
-
Chairman:

P. Appa Rao,
H. C. U, Hyderabad.



IL
-

5)
K. S. Manja




Emerging infectious diseases and strategies for containment



DRDO, NewDelhi.



6) V
.

Lakshmi




Milestones in the Diagnosis of Mycobacterial infections




NIMS,

Hyderabad.



Med
-

1
)

S. Ahmad





Alarming Methicillin Resistant Staphylococci in Ocular and Hospital


J.N.Med College,




Environment


Aligarh Muslim University,


Aligarh




2
) Asad U. Khan




Molecular epidemiol
ogy of carbapenem
-
resistant Acinetobacter


Aligarh Muslim University, Aligarh


baumannii isolated from a nosocomial outbreak in Hospital










3
)

Sunil Saroj




Molecular characterization of Salmonella isolates based on


BARC,

Mumbai.




markers for pathogenicity





4
)
Manasmita Pattnaik



Antimicrobial activity of Azadiracta indica and Pongamia pinnata


College of Basic Science and


seed oils against the most cariogenic microorganisms


Humanities, OUAT, ORISSA.



3.45


4
.00 PM

Tea Break









5



4.00


5.30 PM

Session

V
I


Food Microbiology





Chairman:


K.S. Manja,
DRDO, New Delhi.




Co
-
Chairman:

M. S. Thakur,
CFTRI, Mysore.


IL
-

9
)

Jyothi P Tamang



Interpretation of traditional food technology into the modern food



Dept of Botany,




biotechnology in north east India.


Sikkim govt. college, Gangtok







Fm
-

1
)
Santosh Kumar Tiwari



Characterization and Purification of Bacteriocin isolated from a


Dept of Genetics
,




natural isolate of Lactic Acid Bacteria strain, LR/14.


University of Delhi South Campus,


New Delhi.



2
)

S. Sathish




A

genomic approach of a novel strain of Clostridium botulinum,


Bharathiar University.



isolated from

an infant botulism case


Coimbatore, Tamilnadu
.






3
)

G. Ebenezer Jeya
k
umar



Occurrence of Listeria spp. in selected food samples


Allahabad agri
cultural

Insititute


Deemed University, Allahabad.



4
)

S. De





Applicatio
n of PCR
-
SSCP technique for Characterization of


NDRI, Karnal, Haryana.



Bacillus coagulans like organisms.










December 09, 2005


Parallel Scientific Sessions:





Venue: Mekaster Auditorium

9.30


11.00 AM

Session


VII


Microbial B
iotechnology
-

2









Chairman:


D. J. Bhagyaraj,
.
Bangalore




Co
-
Chairman:

Dayananda Siddavattam,
University of Hyderabad, Hyderabad




IL
-
10)

Rup lal





Unculturable bacteria and their role in the production



Department of Zoology,



of new

biomolecules.



Delhi University, New Delhi.


11)

T.

S.

Chandra




Living on the edge
-

the molecular adaptations and potentials of



Dept .of Biotechnology



extremophiles



Indian Institute of Technology Madr
as



Chennai.



Mbt

-

5
)

Chadha, B.S




Diversity of plant cell wall esterases in thermophilic and



Dept of Microbiology,



thermotolerant fungi.


Guru Nanak Dev University, Amritsar.



6



6
)

S. Karutha Pandian



Identificati
on and Characterization of Amylase Gene from



Dept of Biotechnology,



Metagenomic DNA Libraries Derived from Enrichment Culture



Alagappa University, Karaikudi



7
)

Madhura Deshpande




Evaluation of Denaturing Gradient Gel Electrophor
esis (DGGE)



Microbial Sciences Division,



and Temporal Temperature Gel Electrophoresis (TTGE) as tool



Agharkar Research Institute, PUNE.

for investigating diversity in
Lactobacillus

spp.



8
)

Chand Pasha




“Evaluation of Molecular M
echanism of Thermotolerance in








Dept of Microbiology,



Thermotolerant Yeast”


Osmania University,



Hyderabad


11.00


11.15 AM

Tea Break


11.15
-

1.00 PM

Poster Session
-
III (M
bt
26 to 50
and

I
nd

26 to
76
)



Venue: PGRRCDE Auditorium


9.30


11.00 AM

Session


VIII

Agricultural Microbiology
-

1






Chairman:


B. D. Kaushik,
IARI, New Delhi.

Co
-
Chairman:

B. Venkateswarlu,
CRIDA, Hyderabad.







IL
-

12)
Dilip
K
.
Arora




Current status, strategy and futu
re prospects of microbial






NBAIM, UP
.




resource collections
.







13)
Sheela Srivastava



Analysis of Plant Growth Promoting Functions of Some



University of Delhi
,

South Campus,

Rhizospheric Bacteria



New Delhi
.




Agr
-

1
)
S.

S.

Dudeja





Use of ERIC
-
PCR predominant, effective and competitive


Dept of Microbiology,CCS HAU,


chickpea rhizobia for better nodule occupancy & crop


Hisar.





productivity in chickpea to support
sustainable agricultur
e





2
)
H.C. Lakshman




Influence of efficient
v
am fungi and p
-
solubilizing bacteria


Karnataka University, Dharwad.


on growth, bio
-
mass yield and nutrient content of







Solanum nigrum L



3
) S.

Indira Devi




Plantgrowth promotio
n and antibiosis by p
-
solubilizing




Institute of bioresources and


bacteria from rhizosphere of rice and vegetables grown


sustainable development



in Manipur.


Imphal

Manipur.



4
)

R. K. Singh




Physiological and biochemi
cal studies on synthesis and


Inst. of agri sciences,



regulation of urease in bradyrhizobium strains of mung


Banaras Hindu University, Varanasi

(vigna radiata l. Wilczek)




11.00


11.15 AM

Tea Break


11.15
-

1.00 PM

Poster Ses
sion
-

IV (Env
-

27 to 80 and Agr


26 to 49)


7

Venue: PGRRCDE Auditorium Hall No: 2


9.30


11.00 AM

Session


IX


Industrial Microbiology


2





Chairman:




R.C. Kuhad,
University

of Delhi
, South Campus, New Delhi.




Co
-
Chairman:


Amulya K Panda,
NII,
New Delhi.




IL
-

1
4
)
P.
Prema




Galactosidases


recent trends on their production and applications



Biotechnology Division,



RRL (CSIR), Trivandrum.



Ind
-
5
)
A.

B. Patil




Production of Blended Wine from Pineapple Cultivars



College of Agiculture, Bijapur.



6)
U.C. Banerjee




Screening and isolation of enantioselective lipases for the hydrolysis


National institute for



of
(±) methyl
trans
-
3(4
-
methoxyphenyl) glycidate (MPGM)


Pharmaceut
ical Education


and Research
,
Mohali,
Punjab,



7
) A. Kiran kumar




Sub
-
cellular localization and partial characterization of alcohol



Dept of Biotechnology ,



oxidase produced by Aspergillus terreus.



IIT
-
Guwahati,
Guwahati




8
) Md.
Altaf




Amylolytic lactic acid fermentation using inexpensive nitrogen



Dept. of Microbiology,



sources.



Osmania University,



11.00


11.15 AM

Tea Break



1.00


2.00 PM

Lunch

at O.U

Guest House






Venue
: Mekaster Auditorium



2.00


3.00 PM

General Body Meeting



3.00


3.15

PM

Tea Break







3.15


5.15 PM


Session
-

X


Microbial Technologies for Environmental Management


2



Chairman:


T. Satyanarayana,
Delhi Univ, South Campus, Ne
w Delhi.


Co
-
Chairman:

Sudhir B. Chincholkar,
North Maharastra University, Jalgoan.



IL
-
1
5
)
S. Kannaiyan




Biodiversity Of Azolla And Its Algal Symbiont Anabaena Azollae


National Biodiversity Authority,


Neelankarai, Chennai.



1
6
) A.K. Jain



Developmental trends in Bioprospecting for Hydrocarbon Exploration



Microbiology Group, KDMIPE,



ONGC, Dehradun




1
7
)
Ajay Singh




Emerging Biotechnologies for Management o
f Petroleum Wastes


8



Petrozyme Technologies, Inc.,



Guelph, Ontario N1H 6H9,



Canada



Env
-

5
) Dayananda
.

C




Isolation and characterizationof hydrocarbon rich green microalga



CFTRI
,

Mysore
.




Botryoc
occus brauniioccurring

in fresh water b
odies of South India




6
)
P.

K.

Joshi




Isolation and screening of microorganisms for tolerance and


Central Soil Salinity Research


removal of heavy metals for bioremediation of wastewater



Institute
, Karnal




7
)

Amrita Mishra




Microbial Recovery of Uranium Using Natural Fungal Strains


Biomineral Processing & Environment


Management, RRL, Bhubaneswar



5.15


6.00 PM

History of Indian Microbiology
-----


D. J. Bhagyaraj, Bangalore





Audio
-
Visual Presentation


6.00


6.30 PM

About Hyderabad


Audio
-
visual
Presentation


7.00


8
.00 PM

Cultural Programme


8.30 PM

Dinner

at Faculty club, Osmania University Campus.




Venue: PGRRCDE Auditorium


3.15


5
.15 PM

Session


XI


Medical Microbiology


2








Chairman:

V
. Lakshmi,
NIMS
, Hyderabad.




Co
-
Chairman:

Sunil K. Lal
,
International Centre for Genetic Engineering









& Biotechnology, New Delhi.


IL
-
1
8
)

Niyaz Ahmed




Origins and Current

Globaldiversity of Human gastric pathogen



CDFD, Hyderabad.



Helicobactor pylori.




19
)


P. Reddanna




Anti
-
microbial and Anti
-
cancer Effects of Lipoxygenase Metabolites.


Dept of Animal Sciences,


University of H
yderabad,


Hyderabad



Med
-

5
)

Sunil K. Lal




Enhanced
α
1

microglobulin secretion in Hepatitis E Virus


Virology Group, International


ORF3 expressing hepatoma cells is mediated by the association


Centre for Genetic Engineering


of the latter with Tumor susceptibility gene 101 product.




& Biotechnology, New Delhi.




6
)

Joveeta Joseph




Simultaneous detection of four human pathogenic
microsporidian sps



L.V.Prasad Eye Institute,



from ocular specimens by PCR



Hyderabad.






7
) Sheetal Jahagirdar



Anti
-
plasmid action of Lawsone on plasmid mediated antibiotics


Agharkar Research Institute,



resistance in clinical isolates


Pune.


9


8
)

Jasbir Singh





First Report of Genotype E
of

Hepatitis B Virus
in

Indian Population.


Dept o
f Biochemistry,


Kurukshetra University,


Kurukshetra.


Venue: PGRRCDE Auditorium Hall No: 2


3.15


5.15 PM

Session


XII


Veterinary Microbiology




Chairman:


M. V. Subba Rao,
College of Veterinery science,


Rajendhra Nagar
, Hyd
erabad.





Co
-
Chairman:

P. A. Najarguna,

Osmania University, Hyderabad.



IL
-

2
0
)
M. Sai Ram




Dna

J
of
S
. pneumoniae

triggers protective immunity in mice




Dept of Experimental Biology,



DIPAS, Timarpur, Delhi.



Vet
-

1
)
Kakker.

N. K




Epidemiological Studies on Foot and Mouth Disease in




Regional Research Centre on


Haryana during 2003


2004



Foot and Mouth Disease,



Dept of Veterinary Microbiology,



College of Veterinary Science
s,



CCS HAU Hisar, Haryana.





2
)
R. Amutha




Characterization of outermembrane proteins of
Leptospira




Dept of Microbiology



interrogans serovar

Canicola



Ch. Charan Singh University,



Meerut, U.P., Ind
ia.




3
)

P. K. Paliwal




Protection against
Salmonella typhimurium

Infection in Mice after



Dept of Experimental Biology,


Immunization with Recombinant Heat Shock Protein 60 (GroEL)


DIPAS, Timarpur, Delhi.




from
Salmonella ty
phi





4
)

B.

Bhima




Development

of thermotolerant yeast
for veterinary probiotic



Dept. of Microbiology,



applications
.


Osmania University,


Hyderabad.













10

December 10, 2005

Parallel Scientific Sessions:




Ve
nue:
Mekaster Auditorium


9.30


11.15 AM

Session


XIII


Microbial Technologies for Environmental Management


3



Chairman:


B.S.Kundu,
CCS HAU, Hisar.





Co
-
Chairman:

A. V. Rao,
Central Arid Zone Research Institute, Jodhpur.


IL
-
2
1
)

Rup lal





Secr
ets of c
ontamination of Indian Environment by



Department of Zoology.



hexachlorocyclohexane and development of Bioremediation



Delhi University, New Delhi


technologies: Our experience



2
2
)

Dayanan
da Siddavattam


Catabolomics of methyl parathion degradation: Identification of a




Dept. of Animal Sciences,


novel
p
-
nitrophenol degradation pathway in

Serratia

sp. strain DS001



School of Life Sciences,



involved in degradation
of both methyl parathion and
p
-
nitrophenol



University of Hyderabad, Hyderabad




Env
-

8
)
Sunil Pabbi




Cyanobacterial biodiversity analysis: A molecular approach




Indian Agricultural Research Institute,



New Delhi





9
)

Pr
i
nce Sharma




A pH

stable laccase from alkalotolerant γ
-
proteobacterium



Punjab University, Chandigarh


JB degrades indigo via isatin.





1
0
)

Charu Gera




Involvement of a

putative Na
+
-
H
+

antiporter in
Pseudomonas putida



Dept of Genetics,



strain S4.


University of Delhi South Campus,


New Delhi.




11.
15



11.
30

AM

Tea Break




11.
30


12.45 PM

Poster Session
-
V ( Remaining posters of
I
nd
,
E
nv

and F
m
)



12.45



1.45 PM

Lunch at O.U.Guest Ho
use



Venue: PGRRCDE Auditorium



9.30


11.15 AM

Session


XIV

Agricultural Microbiology


2



Chairmen
:



O. P. Rupela,
ICRISAT, Hyderabad.





S. S. Dudeja,
CCS HAU, Hisar.






IL
-
2
3
)

B.Venkateswarlu



Exploring Soil Microbial Diversity: New Tools

and


CRIDA, Hyderabad.



Opportunities



2
4
)

P. Appa Rao




Plant growth promoting Rhizobacteria (pgpr) and their


Dept. of Plant Sciences,


relevance to the present day agriculture


University of Hyderabad,



Hyderabad


11




Agr
-

5)

S.

Shishupala




N
15


labelled peptide profiling by matrix
-
assisted laser



Dept of Microbiology, Kuvempu Univ.,

desorption/ionization mass spectrometry in cells of



Post
-
Graduate Centre,



Trichoderma
.



Shivagangotri, Davangere





6)
M.

N. Sreenivasa



Rhizosphere microflora and enzyme activities in response



College of agriculture,



to application of organic amendments.



UAS campus, Raichur.


7)

R. Baruah




Effect of different nutrient formulations on biomass production



Biofertilizer laboratory,



of Azolla caroliniana.



Department of soil science,



Assam agricultural university,



Jorhat



8)

O. N. Tiwari




Ro
le of Biofertilizers and Green manures in rice
-
wheat



Microbial Resources Division,


cropping system



Institute of Bioresources and



Sustainable Development,



(DBT)Takyelpat, Imphal.








9)
K. Kapoor




Impact of organic and conventional farming practices on


CCS Haryana Agricultural University,

soil chemical and biological properties under tropical


Hisar
.





Conditions.



11.15


11.30 AM

Tea Break



11.30


12.45 PM

Poster Sess
ion
VI (Remaining posters of
M
ed
,

A
gr

and M
bt
)



12.45


1.45 PM

Lunch at O.U Guest House




Venue: Makaster Auditorium



2.00


3.00 PM

Last

Poster session ( If required)
.



1
.
4
5


3.00

PM

Session


XV


Patents & IPR





Chairman:



S. Kannaiyan,

National Biodiversity Authority,







Neelankarai, Chennai.






Co
-
Chairman:

Gita Sharma,
Magene Lifesciences, Hyderabad.



IL
-

2
5
) D. Uma
Param
eshwar
an


Intellectual Property as a tool for competitive advantage




Scitech Patent Art Services Pvt. Ltd




Hyderabad.



IL
-

2
6
)
H. B. Singh





Patenting of microbes and IPR issues






National Botanical Research

Institute,

Lucknow.




12

IL
-

2
7
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Malathi Lakshmi Kumaran


Recent developments in patentin
g of Biotechnological


New Delhi.



Innovations




3.00



4.00

PM

Valedictory Function



4.00 PM


Concluding
High
Tea