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#Microbiological resources and ''in situ'' biodegradation.
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==Selected Publications==
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==Five Representative Publications==
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#'''Zhang, X.-Z.''', Sathitsuksanoh, N.,Zhu, Z. and Zhang, Y.-H. P. (2011) One-step production of lactate from cellulose as sole carbon source without any other organic nutrient by recombinant cellulolytic ''Bacillus subtilis'', under review.
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#'''Sathitsuksanoh N.''', Zhu Z., Wi S., Zhang YHP. Cellulose Solvent-Based Biomass Pretreatment Breaks Highly Ordered Hydrogen Bonds in Cellulose Fibers of Switchgrass. '''''Biotechnology & Bioengineering''''', DOI: 10.1002/bit.22964.
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#Myung, S., '''Zhang, X.-Z.''', and Zhang, Y.-H. P. (2011) Ultra-stable phosphoglucose isomerase through immobilization of cellulosebinding module-tagged thermophilic enzyme on low-cost high-capacity cellulosic adsorbent, '''Biotechnology Progress''' In Press
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#'''Sathitsuksanoh N.*''', Wang D., Yang H.Y., Lu Y., and Park M. 2010. Photoluminescent Properties of Encapsulated ZnO in Porous Carbon Matrix. '''''Acta Materialia''''' 58: 373-378
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#'''Zhang, X.-Z.''', and Zhang, Y.-H. P. (2011) Simple, fast and high-efficiency transformation system for directed evolution of cellulase in ''Bacillus subtilis'', '''Microbial Biotechnology''' 4, 98-105.
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#'''Sathitsuksanoh N.''', Zhu Z., Templeton N., Rollin J., Harvey S., Zhang Y-HP. 2009. Saccharification of a potential bioenergy crop, Phragmites australis (common reed), by lignocellulose fractionation followed by enzymatic hydrolysis at decreased cellulase loadings. '''''Industrial & Engineering Chemistry Research''''' 48: 6441-6447.
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#'''Zhang, X.-Z.''', Zhang, Z., Zhu, Z., Sathitsuksanoh, N., Yang, Y., and Zhang, Y.-H. P. (2010) The non-cellulosomal family 48 cellobiohydrolase from ''Clostridium phytofermentans'' ISDg: heterologous expression, characterization, and processivity, '''Applied Microbiology and Biotechnology''' 86, 525-533.
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#'''Sathitsuksanoh N.''', Yang H.Y., Cahela D.R., and Tatarchuk B.J. 2007 Immobilization of CO2 by Aqueous K2CO3 Using Microfibrous Media Entrapped Small Particulates for Battery and Fuel Cell Applications.  '''''Journal of Power Sources''''' 173: 478-4.
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#'''Zhang, X.-Z.''', and Zhang, Y.-H. P. (2010) One-step production of biocommodities from lignocellulosic biomass by recombinant cellulolytic ''Bacillus subtilis'': Opportunities and challenges, '''Engineering in Life Sciences''' 10(5):398-406.
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#Mondal K., '''Sathitsuksanoh N.''', Lalvani S.B. 2003. Extended X-ray Absorption Fine Structure Analysis of Ni-P and Fe-P Amorphous Alloys at the Phosphorous K-edge. '''''Journal of Materials Science Letters''''' 22(2): 95-97.
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#'''Zhang, X.-Z.''', Sathitsuksanoh, N., and Zhang, Y.-H. P. (2010) Glycoside hydrolase family 9 processive endoglucanase from ''Clostridium phytofermentans'': heterologous expression, characterization, and synergy with family 48 cellobiohydrolase, '''Bioresource Technology''' 101, 5534-5538.
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#Liu, W., '''Zhang, X.-Z.''', Zhang, Z., and Zhang, Y.-H. P. (2010) Engineering of ''Clostridium phytofermentans'' endoglucanase Cel5A for improved thermostability, '''Appl. Environ. Microbiol.''' 76, 4914-4917.
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#'''Zhang, X.-Z.''', Yan, X., Cui, Z. L., Hong, Q., and Li, S. P. (2006) ''mazF'', a novel counter-selectable marker for unmarked chromosomal manipulation in ''Bacillus subtilis'', '''Nucleic Acids Res''' 34, e71.
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#'''Zhang, X.-Z.''', Cui, Z.-L., Hong, Q., and Li, S.-P. (2005) High-level expression and secretion of methyl parathion hydrolase in ''Bacillus subtilis'' WB800, '''Appl. Environ. Microbiol.''' 71, 4101-4103.
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#Cui, Z.-L., '''Zhang, X.-Z.''', Zhang, Z.-H., and Li, S.-P. (2004) Construction and application of a promoter trapping vector with methyl parathion hydrolase gene ''mpd'' as the reporter, '''Biotechnology Letters''' 26, 1115-1118.
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            Noppadon Sathitsuksanoh (Tik)
            Ph.D. candidate
            200 Seitz Hall
            Biological Systems Engineering Department
            Virginia Tech
            Blacksburg, VA 24061
            sathino@vt.edu




Primary Research

  1. Establishment and application of new genetic engineering tools and expression/secretion systems in Bacillus subtilis, Geobacillus and Brevibacillus brevis.
  2. Metabolism and metabolic engineering of Bacillus subtilis.
  3. Enzyme Engineering by directed evolution: A novel powerful and highly efficient Bacillus subtilis platform for cellulase engineering and performance improvement towards natural cellulose substrate has been established.
  4. Construction of recombinant consolidated bioprocessing (CBP) microorganisms (e.g., Bacillus, Geobacillus and yeast) for one-step production of biocommodities from renewable lignocellulosic materials.
  5. Synthetic biology and metabolic engineering for biofuel production from biomass.
  6. Microbiological resources and in situ biodegradation.

Five Representative Publications

  1. Sathitsuksanoh N., Zhu Z., Wi S., Zhang YHP. Cellulose Solvent-Based Biomass Pretreatment Breaks Highly Ordered Hydrogen Bonds in Cellulose Fibers of Switchgrass. Biotechnology & Bioengineering, DOI: 10.1002/bit.22964.
  2. Sathitsuksanoh N.*, Wang D., Yang H.Y., Lu Y., and Park M. 2010. Photoluminescent Properties of Encapsulated ZnO in Porous Carbon Matrix. Acta Materialia 58: 373-378
  3. Sathitsuksanoh N., Zhu Z., Templeton N., Rollin J., Harvey S., Zhang Y-HP. 2009. Saccharification of a potential bioenergy crop, Phragmites australis (common reed), by lignocellulose fractionation followed by enzymatic hydrolysis at decreased cellulase loadings. Industrial & Engineering Chemistry Research 48: 6441-6447.
  4. Sathitsuksanoh N., Yang H.Y., Cahela D.R., and Tatarchuk B.J. 2007 Immobilization of CO2 by Aqueous K2CO3 Using Microfibrous Media Entrapped Small Particulates for Battery and Fuel Cell Applications. Journal of Power Sources 173: 478-4.
  5. Mondal K., Sathitsuksanoh N., Lalvani S.B. 2003. Extended X-ray Absorption Fine Structure Analysis of Ni-P and Fe-P Amorphous Alloys at the Phosphorous K-edge. Journal of Materials Science Letters 22(2): 95-97.
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