BioProcess and Molecular Engineering Research Unit (BPMERU)

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The Bioprocess and Molecular Engineering Research Unit (BPMERU) provides industrial and scientific solutions using experimental, analytical, computational and industrial / bioprocessing techniques which are necessary when dealing with problems involving microbial biodiversity, functional foods, functional genomics, metabolic engineering, production of complex recombinant antibiotics from bacteria, transgenic plants and biosensor development. It also tries to find ways using transgenic plants as “biofactories” for the production of bacterial enzymes and their metabolites as new pharmaceuticals by studying the interaction between bacteria and plant rhizosphere, and cloning of enzymes.

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