Online ISSN: 2515-8260

Keywords : fermentation

Ethanol Concentration Detector with Statistical Logger Using Iot Cloud Service

Dr J.Raja, N. Nazeeya Anjum, R. G. Sharath Kumar, K.Hariharan

European Journal of Molecular & Clinical Medicine, 2022, Volume 9, Issue 7, Pages 5593-5599

Alcohol fermentation is the metabolic process through which organisms, mainly yeasts, generate ethanol and CO2 from sugars (such as glucose, fructose, and sucrose) in the absence of oxygen. A significant organic solvent and substrate, ethanol is widely employed in both research and business. It is the primary product created during the fermentation of fruits and other biomass-derived carbohydrates. Even after being bottled and packaged, many foods, especially unpasteurized foods and probiotics, may continue to ferment, which gradually raises their alcohol level. The main obstacle to the growth of the global market for halal foods has been highlighted as issues with halal product certification. One such problem is the variable levels of ethanol allowed in Halal goods as a result of the lack of an internationally accepted standard limit. This paper provides an overview of ethanol, including its varieties, uses, benefits, and drawbacks. This article provides a solution to achieve consensus on the concentration of alcohol in fermented grape juice and to display the statistical data in the form of a line graph using MATLAB. An app is designed to view the live feed of graphs from MATLAB


Yashwini.V. V; S. Nagarajan; S. Sobana

European Journal of Molecular & Clinical Medicine, 2020, Volume 7, Issue 4, Pages 2828-2840

In this paper, efficient production of ethanol from corn by using fermentation process is discussed. A mathematical model is developed for the above-mentioned process and the challenges in adjusting the specific growth rate(μmax) has been addressed. Also, the rate or velocity of growth of the microbial cells which is the key affecting factor of the substrate concentration is adjusted for optimum results. On successful design of the mathematical model, the concentration of ethanol is controlled by using four different controllers out of which one suitable controller is considered as the ideal controller for the production of ethanol from corn


Маjitov Jo'rabek Altiboyevich; Komilov Ochil Supxonovich; Sharipov Mirzo Zokirovich; Nazarova Nargiza Mustaqimovna; Raupova Iroda . Barakayevna

European Journal of Molecular & Clinical Medicine, 2020, Volume 7, Issue 2, Pages 6321-6327

A bioenergetic installation with a solar heating system for individual use designed for the processing and disposal of agricultural waste of organic origin with the production of biogas and liquid high-quality organic fertilizers under conditions of anaerobic fermentation was developed and built.
Its structural scheme and the principle of operation of individual parts of this installation are presented. Particular attention has been paid to the use of solar and accumulated solar energy for heating the substrate in the reactor.
The article presents the results of studies on the release of biogas from cattle manure and manure at various temperatures of anaerobic digestion. The data presented are the basis for choosing the optimal fermentation temperature in a small-scale biogas plant, as applied to small individual farms.
The robot shows the main parameters of the proposed biogas plant. In view of the application of this technology in a small biogas plant, it is most rational in terms of the ratio of the cost of heat to energy and output biogas.

Gamma-Aminobutyric Acid (GABA): A versatile bioactive compound

Jasneet Grewal

European Journal of Molecular & Clinical Medicine, 2020, Volume 7, Issue 7, Pages 3068-3075

γ-Aminobutyric acid (GABA) is a potent bioactive compound, which has immense market demand due to its important physiological functions and positive health effects which aid in treatment or prevention of many diseases. The main physiological effects of GABA include neuronal modulation to improve nervous system disorders, regulation of anxiety, sleeplessness, mood disorders, protection against hypertension, diabetes, nephrotoxicity and cancer. It is most commonly produced via decarboxylation of glutamate by glutamic acid decarboxylase and this pathway is operational ubiquitously in plants, microbes and humans. However, lactic acid bacteria (LAB) have emerged as the efficient clade for GABA production and is most widely used for producing GABA-enriched products by fermentation. The present review addresses the importance of GABA as a therapeutic target as well as nutraceutical for providing various health benefits. The aspects related to its production by microbial fermentation have been elaborately discussed. Further, its newly emerged role as C4-platform chemical for production of bioplastics has been encompassed in its novel applications.