Dr. Lenin Kumar Bompalli

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Dr. Lenin Kumar Bompalli is a researcher in Biotechnology. Dr. Lenin's research includes Fermentation Technology, Molecular biology, Microbiology and Bioinformatics for New innovations by using living organisms and biosimilars at laboratory scales and industrial scales to develop optimized process controlling systems to solve problems and improve process for new drugs and molecules and nutraceuticals with different methodologies to achieve best experimental findings and scientific research results.

In addition to publishing research in peer reviewed journals, book chapters and research articles, he supervises the post graduate students and biotechnology projects. So far he has a good academic and industrial research exposure in this related subject.

EDUCATION

Doctor of Philosophy in Biotechnology
Master of Science in Biotechnology
Master of Arts in English
Bachelor of Science in Life Science

RESEARCH INTERESTS

Molecular Biology, Fermentation Technology, Microbiology - Optimization studies of Probiotics, Exploring and understanding the microbial diversity and their genome evolution by using the enormous amount of genome data and development of outstanding sequencing Technologies & Designings.

FUTURE PROJECTS

Project Proposal: Probiotics for Gut Health Enhancement

The proposed project aims to research, develop, and bring to market a novel probiotic product designed to enhance gut health and overall well-being. Probiotics have gained significant popularity for their potential positive impact on digestive health, immune function, and even mental well-being. This project seeks to leverage cutting-edge research and technology to create a unique probiotic formulation that addresses specific health needs.


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Project Proposal: Biological Treatments for the solid waste material

Biofertilizers, an eco-friendly and sustainable alternative to chemical fertilizers, have gained significant attention in recent years due to their potential to enhance soil fertility, improve plant growth, and promote environmental sustainability. This abstract provides an overview of biofertilizers, focusing on their composition, modes of action, and the benefits they offer to plants and ecosystems. Biofertilizers consist of beneficial microorganisms such as nitrogen-fixing bacteria, phosphate-solubilizing bacteria, and mycorrhizal fungi. These microorganisms form symbiotic relationships with plants, facilitating nutrient uptake, increasing nutrient availability in the soil, and enhancing plant resilience to various environmental stresses.


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Scopus Publications

28

Scholar Citations

3

Scholar h-index

Scopus Publications

  • Genetic diversity of Ocimum species through biochemical technique and UPGMA cluster analysis


RECENT SCHOLAR PUBLICATIONS

  • OPTIMIZATION OF LIGNOLYTIC ENZYMES PRODUCED BY ASPERGILLUS STRAINS IN ANTHRAQUINONE DYE DEGRADATION
    VLDPDVR Srinu A., Lenin Kumar B., Siva Prasad B.V., Murali S.
    International Journal of Recent Scientific Research 9 (2(A)), 23790-23796 2018

  • BIOCONVERSION OF TANNINS INTO AN ANTIBACTERIAL DRUG TRIMETHOPRIM FROM INDUSTRIAL WASTE
    DSRR Lenin Kumar Bompalli, Lokeswari Nallabilli
    Dr. B. R. Ambedkar University, Srikakulam, Andhra Pradesh, India. 2017

  • By using RP-HPLC Technique, Quantitative and Qualitative analysis of Gallic acid from Industrial waste
    DNLDL Kumar B
    European Journal of Biotechnology and Bioscience 5 (3), 06-09 2017

  • Biofilms: Microbial life in Environmental Society
    LN Lenin Kumar Bompalli
    Climate Change - Ecosystems - Environment and Society 2015

  • Natural Polyphenolics
    N Lokeswari, LK Bompalli
    2015

  • Separation and optimization of phenolic component from Anacardium occidentales testa by solvent extraction method.
    BL Kumar, N Lokeswari, DSR Reddy
    World Journal of Pharmaceutical Research 4 (1), 870-874 2015

  • Comparision studies on adsorbants for removal of hardness from water by using newly prepared zeolite
    RV Goud, BL Kumar, N Abhilash, PR Prasad, BV Saradhi
    International Journal Of Advances In Pharmacy, Biology And Chemistry 4, 342-354 2015

  • BIOFUEL FROM ALGAE: A REVIEW
    V Sridevi, PA Satyanarayana, B Lenin Kumar
    2015

  • Optimization of process parameters for production of Gallic acid by submerged fermentation using Natural tannins of Anacardium occidentalis L. testa
    LK Bompalli, L Nallabilli
    International Journal of Advances in Pharmacy, Biology and Chemistry 3 (4 2014

  • SEPARATION AND OPTIMIZATION OF PHENOLIC COMPONENT FROM ANACARDIUM OCCIDENTALES TESTA BY SOLVENT EXTRACTION METHOD
    B Lenin Kumar, N Lokeswari, D Sri Rami Reddy
    2014

  • Development of RP-HPLC method for quantitative analysis of 3,4,5 Trihydroxy benzoic acid from waste residue cashew testa
    DSRR Lenin Kumar Bompalli, Lokeswari Nallabilli
    EEEE - 2014 2014

  • STUDIES ON TANNIN EXTRACT, FROM CAESALPINIA CORIARIA AND ANACARDIUM OCCIDENTALIS, USING DIFFERENT EXTRACTION TECHNIQUES AND SPECTROPHOTOMETRIC QUANTIFICATION
    BL Kumar, N Lokeswari
    World Journal of Pharmaceutical Research 3 (4), 796-799 2014

  • Development of RP-HPLC method for qualitatively analysis of 3,4,5-Tri hydroxy benzoic acid.
    LK Bompalli
    Taxonomy for managing Biodiversity: Present Scenario and Future Challanges 2013

  • Development of RP-HPLC method for quantitative and qualitative analysis of gallic acid from testa of Anacardium occidente L.
    LN Lenin Kumar Bompalli
    International conference on Technologies for sustainable waste management in 2013

  • A novel biochemical method for production of an antibacterial drug Trimethoprim from industrial wastes
    DSRR Lenin Kumar Bompalli, Lokeswari Nallabilli
    First International and Third National Conference Biotechnology 2013

  • ISOLATION OF THE MARINE ACTINOMYCETES FROM THE BAY OF BENGAL SEDIMENTS
    HSRS Gayatri Devi Y, Lenin Kumar B,Lokeswari N,Arjun P
    International Research Journal of Pharmaceutical and AppliedSciences (IRJPAS 2013

  • Immobilization of tannin acyl hydrolase from Aspergillus niger
    BL Kumar, N Lokeswari, D Sriramireddy
    International Journal of Pharmaceutical Sciences and Research 4 (4), 1485 2013

  • Immobilization of tannin acyl hydrolase from Aspergillus niger
    LN Lenin Kumar Bompalli
    National Seminar on Genomes, Environment & Human Welfare - Retrospect & Prospect 2013

  • TANNASE PRODUCTION FROM CASHEW HUSK BY SOLID-STATEFERMENTATION
    B Lokeswari, N. & Lenin Kumar
    International Journal of Advanced Biological Research 3 (2), 295-299 2013

  • Genetic diversity of Ocimum species through biochemical technique and UPGMA cluster analysis
    LK Bompalli, L Nallabilli
    Int J Pharm 5 (4), 155-159 2013

MOST CITED SCHOLAR PUBLICATIONS

  • ISOLATION OF THE MARINE ACTINOMYCETES FROM THE BAY OF BENGAL SEDIMENTS
    HSRS Gayatri Devi Y, Lenin Kumar B,Lokeswari N,Arjun P
    International Research Journal of Pharmaceutical and AppliedSciences (IRJPAS 2013
    Citations: 5

  • Genetic diversity of Ocimum species through biochemical technique and UPGMA cluster analysis
    LK Bompalli, L Nallabilli
    Int J Pharm 5 (4), 155-159 2013
    Citations: 5

  • A novel biochemical method for production of an antibacterial drug trimethoprim from industrial wastes
    N Lokeswari, BL Kumar
    International Journal of Pharmacy and Pharmaceutical Sciences 5 (3), 651-653 2013
    Citations: 5

  • Immobilization of tannin acyl hydrolase from Aspergillus niger
    BL Kumar, N Lokeswari, D Sriramireddy
    International Journal of Pharmaceutical Sciences and Research 4 (4), 1485 2013
    Citations: 3

  • TANNASE PRODUCTION FROM CASHEW HUSK BY SOLID-STATEFERMENTATION
    B Lokeswari, N. & Lenin Kumar
    International Journal of Advanced Biological Research 3 (2), 295-299 2013
    Citations: 3

  • Separation and optimization of phenolic component from Anacardium occidentales testa by solvent extraction method.
    BL Kumar, N Lokeswari, DSR Reddy
    World Journal of Pharmaceutical Research 4 (1), 870-874 2015
    Citations: 2

  • Comparision studies on adsorbants for removal of hardness from water by using newly prepared zeolite
    RV Goud, BL Kumar, N Abhilash, PR Prasad, BV Saradhi
    International Journal Of Advances In Pharmacy, Biology And Chemistry 4, 342-354 2015
    Citations: 2

  • Biodegradation of tannins from cashew husk for gallic acid production
    N Lokeswari, B Lenin Kumar
    Intr. Jrnl. of health and Pharm. sci 1 (3), 79-84 2012
    Citations: 2

  • STUDIES ON TANNIN EXTRACT, FROM CAESALPINIA CORIARIA AND ANACARDIUM OCCIDENTALIS, USING DIFFERENT EXTRACTION TECHNIQUES AND SPECTROPHOTOMETRIC QUANTIFICATION
    BL Kumar, N Lokeswari
    World Journal of Pharmaceutical Research 3 (4), 796-799 2014
    Citations: 1

INDUSTRY EXPERIENCE

Various industrial experiences on Tablets, Oral suspensions formulations and Gelatin Capsules. Expertise on Microbiological experiments, Protein Purification, Modelling & Designing, Molecular Biology Experiments, Different types of Bacterial and Fungi fermentation studies, Probiotics, Nutraceuticals and Synthesis of bio chemical compounds from plant resources.

Currently working on Plant Growth Promoters by using Naturally Fermented Agri - Nanotechnology Bio Products.

STARTUP

Certainly! Probiotics are live microorganisms, mainly bacteria and yeast, that confer health benefits when consumed in adequate amounts. Startups in the probiotics industry focus on developing and marketing products that promote gut health, boost the immune system, and contribute to overall well-being. interested in below startup ventures:
Product Development:
Formulation: Startups invest in creating probiotic formulations that are effective and stable, ensuring the viability of the live microorganisms throughout the product's shelf life.
Innovation: Some companies explore innovative delivery methods, such as encapsulation technologies or incorporating probiotics into various food and beverage products.
Product Types:

Supplements: Many probiotic startups offer probiotic supplements in the form of capsules, tablets, or powders.
Functional Foods and Beverages: Some startups focus on developing probiotic-rich foods and beverages like yogurt, kefir, kombucha, and other fermented products.
Personal Care Products: Probiotics are also being incorporated into skincare and personal care products, such as creams and lotions.
Research and Development:
Strain Selection: Identifying and utilizing specific strains of probiotics with documented health benefits is a critical aspect of R&D.
Clinical Studies: Some startups conduct or sponsor clinical studies to provide scientific validation for the health claims associated with their probiotic products.

SOCIAL, ECONOMIC, or ACADEMIC BENEFITS

BEST RESEARCH SCHOLAR AWARD
INTERNATIONAL YOUNG SCIENTIST AWARD
YOUNG RESEARCHER AWARD