Dr. Bhuvana Shanbhag

Dr. Bhuvana Shanbhag

Research Fellow
Department of Chemical Engineering
Room 207, Building 36, 22 Alliance lane

Qualifications

  • PhD, Monash University, 2017

Expertise

Protein Nanoparticles, Biocatalysis

Journal Articles
1. Shanbhag B.K, Haritos.S.V, He.L. Understanding the Interplay between Self-Assembling Peptides and Solution Ions for Tunable Protein Nanoparticle Formation. ACS Nano 2018, 12(7):6956-6967
2. Shanbhag B.K, Liu B, Fu J, Haritos.S.V, He.L. Self-assembled enzyme nanoparticles for Carbon Dioxide capture. Nanoletters 2016, 16 (5), pp 3379–3384
3. Dominic Agyei, Shaun Tambimuttu, Bhuvana Kasargod, Yuan Gao, Lizhong He. Quick and low cost immobilization of proteinases on polyesters: Comparison of lactobacilli cell-envelope proteinase and trypsin for protein degradation. Journal of Biotechnology 188 (2014) 53–60
4. Dominic Agyei, Bhuvana Kasargod, Lizhong He. A scalable bioprocess for degradation of dairy proteins using immobilized cell-envelope proteinases. Conference paper CHEMECA 2014: Sept 28 – Oct 01 2014
5. Bhuvana Kamath, Bhavani K, Adeline Princy. In-vitro studies on the dual role of Zinc in H202 induced genotoxicity. Research Journal of Biotechnology, 3 (3) 2008.
Book Chapters
1. Castillo J.J., Shanbhag B.K., He L. (2017) Comparison of Natural Extraction and Recombinant Mussel Adhesive Proteins Approaches. In: Puri M. (eds) Food Bioactives. Springer, Cham
2. Dominic Agyei, Bhuvana Kamath Shanbhag, L.H., 2015. Enzyme engineering (immobilisation) for food applications. In ‘Improving and Tailoring enzymes for Food Quality and Functionality.’ pp. 213–235
3. Dominic Agyei, Bhuvana Kamath Shanbhag, L.H., 2015. Enzymes for food waste remediation and valorisation. In ‘Improving and Tailoring enzymes for Food Quality and Functionality.’ pp. 123–145

Last modified: September 13, 2018