ASSOCIATE PROFESSOR AND DEPARTMENT OF BIOTECHNOLOGY
SAVEETHA INSTITUTE OF MEDICAL AND TECHNICAL SCIENCES, CHENNAI
M.Tech Industrial Biotechnology
Ph.D. Biotechnology (Environmental Biotechnology)
Environmental Toxicology, Bioremediation, Pharmacology, Drug Discovery and Development
Biopolymer blended biowaste based bioplastics synthesis and characterization
Toxicological characterization of degraded contaminants
Suresh Babu Palanisamy Walter de Gruyter GmbH
Abstract Water sources are becoming highly unsuited as potable sources due to the presence of impurities and hazardous chemicals. Although there are many conventional methods available, the development of innovative technologies is essential for the treating and recycling of wastewater. Owing to their unique and excellent qualities, polymers have recently seen extensive use across various industries. By joining the monomeric components covalently, biopolymers resemble a more natural alternative to synthetic polymers. The biopolymer and biopolymer composites integrate into many sections of the treatment process easily, making them effective, affordable, and environmentally beneficial. Due to their distinct features, biopolymers can replace traditional adsorbents. The biopolymers and composites discussed in this chapter are ideal adsorbent materials for eliminating contaminants from the environment. Based on their sources, methods of preparation, and uses, biopolymers, and their composites are categorized. This chapter also includes different research perspectives on biopolymers, especially from an ecological and financial standpoint.
P. Muthukumaran, P. Suresh Babu, M. Kamaraj, and J. Aravind Springer Science and Business Media LLC
Narayanan Mahesh, Srinivasan Balakumar, Shanmugasundaram Shyamalagowri, Jagadeesan Manjunathan, M.K.S. Pavithra, Palanisamy Suresh Babu, Murugesan Kamaraj, and Muthusamy Govarthanan Elsevier BV
Srinivasan Balakumar, Narayanan Mahesh, M. Kamaraj, S. Shyamalagowri, J. Manjunathan, S. Murugesan, J. Aravind, and P. Suresh Babu Elsevier BV
S. Dayana Priyadharshini, S. Manikandan, R. Kiruthiga, Udayabhaskar Rednam, P. Suresh Babu, R. Subbaiya, N. Karmegam, Woong Kim, and M. Govarthanan Elsevier BV
Narayanan Mahesh, Srinivasan Balakumar, Uthaman Danya, Shanmugasundaram Shyamalagowri, Palanisamy Suresh Babu, Jeyaseelan Aravind, Murugesan Kamaraj, and Muthusamy Govarthanan Elsevier BV
Arumugam Manikandan, Palanisamy Suresh Babu, Shanmugasundaram Shyamalagowri, Murugesan Kamaraj, Peraman Muthukumaran, and Jeyaseelan Aravind Wiley
Microalgae have been publicized for their diversified dominance responsiveness and bioaccumulation potential toward pollutants in an ecosystem. Also, algal's incredible capability as biocatalysts in environmental appliances has been well elucidated owing to their robustness and simple nutritional demand. Additionally, microalgae can deliver various collections of bio‐based chemical compounds helpful for diversified applications, especially as green alternatives. The environment has been contaminated with various polluting agents; one principal polluting agent is heavy metals which are carcinogenic and show toxicity even in minimal quantity, cause unsatisfactory threats to the environmental ecosystem, including human and animal health. There is a prominent tendency to apply microalgae in the phytoremediation of heavy metals compounds because of its vast benefits, including great accessibility, cost‐effective, excellent toxic metal eliminating efficiency, and nontoxic to the ecosystem. This review uncovers the most recent advancements and mechanisms associated with the bioremediation process and biosorption interaction of substantial harmful synthetic compounds processing microalgae species. Furthermore, future challenges and prospects in the utilization of microalgae in heavy metals bioremediation are also explored. The current review aims to give valuable information to aid the advancement of robust and proficient future microalgae‐based heavy metal bioremediation innovations and summarizing a wide range of benefits socioeconomic scope to be employed in heavy metal compound removal in environment system.
Peraman Muthukumaran, Palanisamy Suresh Babu, Shanmugasundaram Shyamalagowri, Murugesan Kamaraj, Arumugam Manikandan, and Jeyaseelan Aravind Wiley
The ever‐rising environmental problems because of heavy metals emerging from anthropogenic activities pose an impending threat to all biota globally. Considering their persistence and possibility in biomagnification, they are prominent among pollutants. There has been an apparent shift of research interest in advancing cost‐effective and competent technologies to mitigate environmental contaminants, specifically heavy metals. In the recent two decades, tailored nanomaterials (NMs), nanoparticles, and NM‐based adsorbents have been emerging for removing heavy metal pollution on a sustainable scale, especially the green synthesis of these nanoproducts effective and nonhazardous means. Hence, this review explores the various avenues in nanotechnology, an attempt to gauge nanotechnological approaches to mitigate heavy metals in the aqueous system, especially emphasizing the recent trends and advancements. Inputs on remediating heavy metal in sustainable and environmentally benign aspects recommended future directions to compensate for the voids in this domain have been addressed.
Stephen Dayana Priyadharshini, Palanisamy Suresh Babu, Sivasubramanian Manikandan, Ramasamy Subbaiya, Muthusamy Govarthanan, and Natchimuthu Karmegam Elsevier BV
P. Muthukumaran, P. Suresh Babu, S. Karthikeyan, M. Kamaraj, and J. Aravind Springer Science and Business Media LLC
Subbiah Latha, Palanisamy Selvamani, Suresh Babu Palanisamy, Deepak B. Thimiri Govindaraj, and Prabha Thangavelu IGI Global
The magnetic nanoparticles are said to be a class of nanoparticles or nanomaterials that can be manipulated by the help of externally applied magnetic field. These magnetic nanoparticles constitute materials such as nickel, cobalt, iron, and their derivatives. These are normally smaller than 1 µm in diameter possess wide range of properties and attractive characteristics suitable for biomedical such as used as hyperthermia, enhancing magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) data, supplementing tissue engineering efforts, and improving the target-based drug delivery and many other technological applications. In the field of cancer research, the role of nanoparticles and nanotechnology-based methods and novel strategies have been increasing swiftly for cancer identification and cancer therapy. The iron oxide (Fe3O4, γ-Fe2O3) nanoparticles (NPs) are widely used for the drug delivery, magnetic nanoparticle-enhanced hyperthermia, and also as MRI contrast agents due to its biocompatibility, low toxicity, etc. lead to the growth of novel biopharmaceutical technologies.
Subbiah Latha, Palanisamy Selvamani, Chakrapani Prabu, R. Harini, Palanisamy Suresh Babu, and Deepak B. Thimiri Govindaraj Elsevier
Dayana Priyadharhsini Stephen and Suresh Babu Palanisamy Walter de Gruyter GmbH
Abstract Domestic, agriculture, and industrial activities contaminate the waterbodies by releasing toxic substances and pathogens. Removal of pollutants from wastewater is critical to ensuring the quality of accessible water resources. Several wastewater treatments are often used. Researchers are increasingly focusing on adsorption, ion exchange, electrostatic interactions, biodegradation, flocculation, and membrane filtration for the efficient reduction of pollutants. Biopolymers are a combination of two or more products produced by the living organisms used to give the desired finished product with a unique attribute. Biomaterials are also similar to traditional polymers by having higher flexibility, biodegradability, low toxicity, and nontoxic secondary byproducts producing ability. Grafting, functionalization, and crosslinking will be used to enhance the characteristics of biopolymers. The present chapter will illustrate some of the important biopolymers and its compos that will impact wastewater treatment in the future. Most commonly used biopolymers including chitosan (CS), activated carbon (AC), carbon-nanotubes (CNTs), and graphene oxide (GO) are discussed. Finally, the opportunities and difficulties for applying adsorbents to water pollution treatment are discussed.
Rocktotpal Konwarh, Ganesh Gollavelli, and Suresh Babu Palanisamy Elsevier
B. Anandaraj, S. Eswaramoorthi, T. P. Rajesh, J. Aravind, and P. Suresh Babu Springer Science and Business Media LLC
P. Kanmani, J. Aravind, M. Kamaraj, P. Sureshbabu, and S. Karthikeyan Elsevier BV
P Selvamani, S Latha, K Elayaraja, PSuresh Babu, JK Gupta, TK Pal, LK Ghosh, and DJ Sen OMICS Publishing Group
Capparis sepiaria L, a profusely branched hedge plant, is used in Indian traditional medicine. Capparis sepiaria leaves were extracted with ethanol and concentrated to dryness. The LD50 value was determined as 894.43 mg/kg body weight by acute toxicity study. The ethanol extract was investigated for possible hypoglycemic effect produced by single oral administration at various dose levels 100, 200 and 300 mg/kg in the streptozotocin induced diabetic rats and compared against normal saline control and the standard glibenclamide. A maximum fall of plasma glucose level 9.40%; 13.57%; 15.25% and 18.80% was observed after 12 h of treatment when administered with ethanol extract of Capparis sepiaria at 100, 200 and 300 mg/kg, and glibenclamide 10 mg/kg dose, respectively. The findings from the study suggest that the Capparis sepiaria leaves may be prescribed as an adjunct to traditional formulation and drug treatment for controlling diabetes mellitus.
1. P. Muthukumaran; P. Suresh Babu; S. Shyamalagowri; J. Aravind; M.Kamaraj, M. Govarthanan, “Polymeric biomolecules based nanomaterials: Production strategies and pollutant mitigation as an emerging tool for environmental application” Chemosphere, (IF: 8.943) Vol. 307, Part-4, November 2022, 136008 (doi:10.1016/j. Scopus/SCI/WoS indexed.
2. N Mahesh; S Balakumar, S Shyamalagowri, J Manjunathan, MKS Pavithra, P Suresh Babu, M Kamaraj, M Govarthanan, “Carbon-based adsorbents as proficient tools for the removal of heavy metal from aqueous solution: a state of art- review emphasizing recent progress and prospects”, Environmental Research, Vol. 213, October 2022, (IF: 8.431) (doi: 10.1016/j. Pubmed / SCIE/WoS indexed.
3. S. Balakumar, N. Mahesh, M. Kamaraj, S. Shyamalagowri, J. Manjunathan, S. Murugesan, J. Aravind, P. Suresh Babu*, “Outlook on bismuth-based photocatalysts for environmental applications: A specific emphasis on Z-scheme mechanisms”, Chemosphere, Vol. 303, Part 1, September 2022, 135052 (IF: 8.943) (doi: 10.1016/j. Scopus/SCI/WoS indexed.
4. S. Dayana Priyadharshini; R Kiruthiga; R Udayabhaskar, P. Suresh Babu, R Subbaiya, N Karmegam, M.Govarthanan, “Graphene oxide-based nanomaterials for the treatment of pollutants in aquatic environment: Recent trends and perspectives – A review”, Environmental Pollution, Vol. 306, 1 August 2022, 119377 (IF: 9.988) (doi: 10.1016/j. Scopus/SCI
Title of Invention: System of smart healthcare cloud based IOT model for detecting and preventing using deep learning (Application Number: 2021111033077; Date of filling: 22/07/2021; Status: Filed
Applicant Names: Dr. L.Godlin Atlas, Arjun K P, Sreenarayanan N M, Dr. D.Gnana Jeba Das, Manu M R
Dr. Suresh Babu Palanisamy, Janarthanan S, Deepa C M, Hima K G, Meera V M, Ihsana Muhammed, Arvindhan M