Advances and Applications Through Fungal Nanobiotechnology by Ram Prasad

By Ram Prasad

​​Fungal nanobiotechnology has emerged as one of many key applied sciences, and an green, as a resource of nutrients and harnessed to ferment and guard meals and drinks, in addition to purposes in human well-being (antibiotics, anti-cholesterol statins, and immunosuppressive agents), whereas has used fungi for large-scale creation of enzymes, acids, biosurfactants, and to regulate fungal affliction in vegetation and pest keep an eye on. With the harnessing of nanotechnology, fungi have grown more and more vital by means of supplying a greener substitute to chemically synthesized nanoparticles.

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