Rahul Mangayil
Rahul Mangayil
Tampere University (Hervanta Campus)
Verified email at tuni.fi
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Bioconversion of crude glycerol from biodiesel production to hydrogen
R Mangayil, M Karp, V Santala
international journal of hydrogen energy 37 (17), 12198-12204, 2012
782012
Engineering and characterization of bacterial nanocellulose films as low cost and flexible sensor material
R Mangayil, S Rajala, A Pammo, E Sarlin, J Luo, V Santala, M Karp, ...
ACS applied materials & interfaces 9 (22), 19048-19056, 2017
722017
Improved bioconversion of crude glycerol to hydrogen by statistical optimization of media components
R Mangayil, T Aho, M Karp, V Santala
Renewable Energy 75, 583-589, 2015
382015
Metabolic engineering of Acinetobacter baylyi ADP1 for removal of Clostridium butyricum growth inhibitors produced from lignocellulosic hydrolysates
MS Kannisto, RK Mangayil, A Shrivastava-Bhattacharya, BI Pletschke, ...
Biotechnology for biofuels 8 (1), 1-10, 2015
292015
Fermentative hydrogen production from different sugars by Citrobacter sp. CMC-1 in batch culture
R Mangayil, V Santala, M Karp
international journal of hydrogen energy 36 (23), 15187-15194, 2011
292011
Bioprocess data mining using regularized regression and random forests
SS Hassan, M Farhan, R Mangayil, H Huttunen, T Aho
BMC systems biology 7 (1), 1-7, 2013
202013
Metabolic pairing of aerobic and anaerobic production in a one-pot batch cultivation
M Salmela, T Lehtinen, E Efimova, S Santala, R Mangayil
Biotechnology for biofuels 11 (1), 1-13, 2018
162018
Enhancing piezoelectric properties of bacterial cellulose films by incorporation of MnFe2O4 nanoparticles
N Sriplai, R Mangayil, A Pammo, V Santala, S Tuukkanen, S Pinitsoontorn
Carbohydrate polymers 231, 115730, 2020
142020
High resolution E-jet printed temperature sensor on artificial skin
T Vuorinen, MM Laurila, R Mangayil, M Karp, M Mäntysalo
EMBEC & NBC 2017, 839-842, 2017
102017
Simple enrichment system for hydrogen producers
KES Tolvanen, RK Mangayil, MT Karp, VP Santala
Applied and environmental microbiology 77 (12), 4246-4248, 2011
92011
Quantitative real-time PCR monitoring dynamics of Thermotoga neapolitana in synthetic co-culture for biohydrogen production
O Okonkwo, AM Lakaniemi, V Santala, M Karp, R Mangayil
International Journal of Hydrogen Energy 43 (6), 3133-3141, 2018
82018
Bioaugmentation enhances dark fermentative hydrogen production in cultures exposed to short-term temperature fluctuations
O Okonkwo, R Escudie, N Bernet, R Mangayil, AM Lakaniemi, E Trably
Applied microbiology and biotechnology 104 (1), 439-449, 2020
72020
Co-production of 1, 3 propanediol and long-chain alkyl esters from crude glycerol
R Mangayil, E Efimova, J Konttinen, V Santala
New biotechnology 53, 81-89, 2019
62019
Impacts of short-term temperature fluctuations on biohydrogen production and resilience of thermophilic microbial communities
O Okonkwo, R Escudie, N Bernet, R Mangayil, AM Lakaniemi, E Trably
International Journal of Hydrogen Energy 44 (16), 8028-8037, 2019
52019
O2-requiring molecular reporters of gene expression for anaerobic microorganisms
S Guglielmetti, V Santala, R Mangayil, A Ciranna, MT Karp
Biosensors and Bioelectronics 123, 1-6, 2019
22019
Recombinant antibodies for specific detection of clostridial [Fe-Fe] hydrogenases
R Mangayil, M Karp, U Lamminmäki, V Santala
Scientific reports 6 (1), 1-9, 2016
22016
Characterization of a novel bacterial cellulose producer for the production of eco-friendly piezoelectric-responsive films from a minimal medium containing waste carbon
R Mangayil, AJ Rissanen, A Pammo, D Guizelini, P Losoi, E Sarlin, ...
Cellulose 28 (2), 671-689, 2021
12021
Nitrate enhances anaerobic oxidation of methane in boreal lake sediments
AJ Rissanen, T Jilbert, A Simojoki, R Mangayil, SL Aalto, S Peura, H Jäntti
bioRxiv, 2021
2021
Identification of feasible pathway information for c-di-GMP binding proteins in cellulose production
SS Hassan, R Mangayil, T Aho, O Yli-Harja, M Karp
EMBEC & NBC 2017, 667-670, 2017
2017
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