Gulbarga University
Year of establishment:1980-81
Gulbarga - 585 106, Karnataka State - India
DEPARTMENT OF P.G. STUDIES AND RESEARCH IN BIOCHEMISTRY
Dr. Anand S.Nayak
Assistant Professor
Dept.of PG Studies and Research in Biochemistry
Jnana Ganga, Gulbarga University, Gulbarga ­ 585 106
Karnataka, India
TelNo.:+918472­263289(O)
FaxNo.:+918472­263205/06(O)
Residence
Gulbarga­585105,Karnataka,India
Tel No.: +91 8472 (R)
+919448441952(Cell)

Date of Birth: 13-09-1976

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

AcademicQualifications:M.Sc., Ph.D.

M.Sc.

Karnatak University, Dharwad

1999

Ph.D.

Gulbarga University, Kalaburagi

2011

Areas of Specialization:

Bioremediation of Xenobiotics.

TeachingExperience:

1

Assistant professor

2003 to till date

Awards:

1

B.S.Narasinga Rao best poster at the Scientific sessions of 81st SBC Annual General Body Meeting held at Kokatta from 811, Nov 2012

Research Publications:

1

Y.VeeranagoudaVijaykumar M Halaburgi., Neelakanteshwar P K ,Anand. S. Nayak, T.B.Karegoudar. Degradation of n-butanolby solvent tolerant Enterobactersp VKGH12. International Biodeterioration and Biodegradation. 57: 186189.

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NeelakanteshwarPatil K, Y.veeranagoudaVijaykumar M Halaburgi. Anand S. Nayak and T B Karegoudar (2006) Degradation of phthalic acid byfree and immobilized cells of Bacillus sp. to International Biodeterioration and Biodegradation.2006 57 8287.

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Anand S. Nayak, M.H. Vijaykumar, T.B. Karegoudar. Characterization of biosurfactant produced by Pseudoxanthomonassp. PNK-04 and its application in bioremediation. International Biodeterioration and Biodegradation 63 (2009) 73–79

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Anand S. Nayak,YaligaraVeeranagouda,Kyoung Lee, T. B. Karegoudar. Metabolism of acenaphthylene via 1,2-dihydroxynaphthaleneand catechol by Stenotrophomonas sp. RMSK. Biodegradation (2009) 20:837–843

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Anand S. Nayak, Sanjeev Kumar Sanganal, Santosh Kumar Mudde, AnjaneyaOblesha&Timmanagouda B. Karegoudar. Acatabolic pathway for the degradation of chrysene byPseudoxanthomonassp.PNK-04. FEMS Microbiol Letters(2011) 1–7.

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O. Anjaneya, S.S. Shrishailnath, K. Guruprasad, Anand S. Nayak, S.B. Mashetty, T.B. Karegoudar. Decolourization of Amaranth dye by bacterial biofilm in batch and continuouspacked bed bioreactor. International Biodeterioration & Biodegradation 79 (2013) 64-72.

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M. Santoshkumar • Anand S. Nayak •O. Anjaneya • Timmanagouda B. Karegoudar A plate method for screening of bacteria capableof degrading aliphatic nitriles. J IndMicrobiolBiotechnol (2010) 37:111–115.

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O. Anjaneya, M. Santoshkumar, S. Nayak Anand, T.B. Karegoudar. Biosorption of acid violet dye from aqueous solutions using native biomass
of a new isolate of Penicillium sp.International Biodeterioration & Biodegradation 63 (2009) 782–787.

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G.B. Kulkarni, A.S. Nayak, S.S. Sajjan, A. Oblesha and T.B. Karegoudar. Indole-3-acetic acid biosynthetic pathway and aromaticamino acid aminotransferase activities in Pantoeadispersa.Letters in Applied Microbiology ISSN 0266-8254.
strain GPK

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B. Kirankumar • B. Kulkarni Guruprasad •M. Santoshkumar • S. Nayak Anand •T. B. Karegoudar.The response of Paracoccus sp. SKG to acetonitrile-inducedoxidative stress. Extremophiles (2013).

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S Sanjeevkumara, AnandS.Nayaka, Santoshkumara, D.Siddavattamb,T.B. Karegoudara,Paracoccusdenitrificans SD1 mediatedaugmentationwithindigenousmixed culturesforenhancedremovalof N,N-dimethylformamidefrom industrialeffluents.Biochemical EngineeringJournal 79 (2013) 1–6.

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Sajjan, Shrishailnath S., Anjaneya O, Guruprasad B. Kulkarni, Anand S. Nayak, Suresh B. Mashetty, andT. B. Karegoudar. Properties and Functions of Melanin Pigment fromKlebsiella sp. GSK.Korean J. Microbiol. Biotechnol. (2013), 41(1), 60–69.

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I. Mukram, Anand S. Nayak, B. Kirankumar, T.R. Monisha, Pooja V. Reddy, T.B. Karegoudar.Isolation and identification of a nitrile hydrolyzing bacterium andsimultaneous utilization of aromatic and aliphatic nitriles. International Biodeterioration & Biodegradation 100 (2015) 165-171.

Membership of Professional Organizations:

1

Life Member Society of Biological ChemistsIndia (SBC).

Seminars/Conferences/Workshops/Training Programmes Attended:

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Anand S Nayak and T. B. Karegoudar “Production of biosurfactant by pyrene and benzopyrene degrading Pseudoxanthomonas sp. PNK 04”Paper presented in 75th Annual Meeting of Society of Biological Chemists (SBC) to be held at Jawaharlal Nehru University (JNU), New Delhi. December 8-11,2006.

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Characterization of biosurfactantproducesd by byPseudoxanthomonassp. PNK 04 and its application in bioremediation.77th Annual Meeting of Society of Biological Chemists (SBC) held at IIT Madras, Chennai 18-20 December 2008

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Anand S. Nayak, Mukram S.,  T. B. Karegoudar* Complete Mineralization of Polycyclic Aromatic Hydrocarbons by Bacteria. 81st Annual Meeting of Society of Biological Chemists (India), November 8 - 11, 2012 at Science City Auditorium Complex, Kolkata, India.