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Kuvempu Nano science center Shankaraghatta. : 

Kuvempu Nano science center Shankaraghatta. Seminar on Synthesis of nanoparticles using microbes Presented By: Thriveni T. G 2nd sem M.Tech

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Content: Introduction Prokaryotic and Eukaryotic cell Properties Biological synthesis of nanoparticles using Bacteria Actinomycete Fungi Yeast Mechanism Conclusion

Introduction : 

Introduction There are large number of techniques available to synthesize different types of nano materials in the form of colloids,clusters,powders etc. .in that some important methods are Physical method. Chemical method. Biological method. Hybrid technique.

Synthesis of Nano materials by biological method. : 

Synthesis of Nano materials by biological method. Synthesis of nano materials using biological ingredients can be roughly divided into following three types. Use of microorganisms. Use of plant extracts or enzymes. Use of templates like DNA,membranes,viruses and diatoms

Synthesis using Microorganisms. : 

Synthesis using Microorganisms. Microorganisms are the organisms which are detectable under microscope such as bacteria, fungi, yeasts etc Some bacteria are quite useful and are used in the processing of cheese, curds, bread, alcohol, vaccines etc Some are harmful and are responsible for spoiling food or causing diseases Microorganisms are capable of interacting with metals coming in contact with them through their cell and form nanoparticles.

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The prokaryote cell is simpler, and therefore smaller, than a eukaryote cell, lacking a nucleus and most of the other organelles of eukaryotes. Eukaryotic cells are about 15 times wider than a typical prokaryote and can be as much as 1000 times greater in volume. The major difference between prokaryotes and eukaryotes is that eukaryotic cells contain membrane-bound compartments in which specific metabolic activities take place. Prokaryotic and Eukaryotic cell

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Structure of prokaryotic cell Eg: Bacteria and actinomycetes Structure of Eukaryotic cell Eg: Fungi (Yeast)

Properties of microorganisms : 

Properties of microorganisms Some microorganisms produce H2S.It can oxidize organic matter forming sulphate,which in turn acts like an electron acceptor for metabolism. This H2S can in presence of metal salt, convert metal ions into metal sulphide, which deposits extracellularly Metal ions form a metal salt enter the cell body. The metal ions are then converted into a nontoxic form and covered with certain proteins to protect the cell from toxic environment Microorganisms are capable of secreting some polymeric materials like polysaccharides, they have phosphate, hydroxyl and carboxyl anionic groups which complex with metal ions and bind extracellularly Cells are capable of reacting with metals or ions by processes like oxidation, reduction, methylation. demethylation

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The bacteria are a large group of unicellular, prokaryote, microorganisms. Typically a few micrometers in length, bacteria have a wide range of shapes, ranging from spheres to rods and spirals. Bacteria are ubiquitous in every habitat on Earth, growing in soil, acidic hot springs, radioactive waste, water, and deep in the Earth's crust, as well as in organic matter and the live bodies of plants and animals. The study of bacteria is known as bacteriology, a branch of microbiology. Structure of Bacteria

Synthesis of nanoparticles using Bactetria : 

Synthesis of nanoparticles using Bactetria The synthesis of metallic nanostructures of noble metals such as silver (Ag), by using a combination of culture supernatanant of Bacillus subtilis and microwave (MW) irradiation in water and nanoparticles were in the range of 5-60 nm in dimension. In the presence of Shewanella algae and hydrogen gas, the Au ions are completely reduced, which results in the formation of 10- to 20-nm gold nanoparticles. In addition to gold and silver nanoparticles, there is much attention in the development of protocols for the synthesis of semiconductors (the so-called quantum dots) such as CdS, ZnS, and PbS. When Klebsiella aerogenes is exposed to Cd2+ ions in the growth medium, 20- to 200-nm CdS formed on the cell surface. spherical aggregates of 2- to 5-nmdiameter sphalerite (ZnS) particles are formed within natural biofilms dominated by sulfate-reducing bacteria of the family Desulfobacteriaceae.

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1).The SEM micrograph recorded from the silver nanoparticle synthesized by K. pneumoniae 2).TEM micrograph of silver nanoparticles Bacillus subtilis culture supernatant and reacted with 1 mM Ag+ ions for 120 h at 40oC. (A) TEM image of the gold nanoparticles produced by the reaction of 10−3 M aqueous HAuCl4 solution with bacteria R. capsulata biomass at pH 7. (B) TEM image of the gold nanoparticles produced by the reaction of 10−3 M aqueous HAuCl4 solution with bacteria R. capsulata biomass at pH 4.

Preparation of cell free microbial extract: : 

Preparation of cell free microbial extract: Culture medium were prepared Sterilized and inoculated with fresh culture of E. coli. The cultured flasks were incubated at 37 oC for 24h After incubation time the cultures were centrifuged at 12000 rpm and their supernatants were used for synthesis of nanoparticles.

Biosynthesis of silver nanoparticles: : 

Biosynthesis of silver nanoparticles: Silver nitrate at concentration of 10-3 M was separately added supernatent(1% V/V) The reaction between supernatants and Ag+ ions was carried out in the dark or bright condition. Aliquots of the reaction solution were removed and the absorptions were measured using a UV-Vis spectrophotometer The silver nanoparticles were characterized by scanning electron microscopy.

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spectrum of silver nanoparticles shows a strong, but broad, surface plasmon peak located at 430, 419 and 420 nm was observed for the silver nanoparticles prepared using E.coli The SEM micrograph recorded from the silver nanoparticle.

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Magnetotactic bacteria are a heterogeneous group of prokaryotes They orient and migrate along geomagnetic field lines Migration based on intracellular magnetic structure, so-called magnetosoms Magnetosomes: membrane-bound magnetite particles. Magnetotactic Bacteria: These ferromagnetic nanocrystals are aligned in a linear fashion in the magnetosome . These nanocrystals helps in alignment and motion of bacteria.

Scanning Electron micrographs of magnetosome : 

Scanning Electron micrographs of magnetosome a). A single chain of magnetic nanoparticles is shown along with cellular debris. b). A long chain from a single bacterium. c). A ring of magnetic nanoparticles was formed by trapping and lysing two bacteria.

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Figure 1 (a) (c) TEM images of MTB-NPs with different shapes: (a) elongated prisms; (b) cubo-octahedral; (c) bullet-shaped; (d) high-magnification view of MTB-NPs showing their magneto some membrane (MMs). a c b d

Application of magnetic nanomaterials: : 

Application of magnetic nanomaterials: They have variety of remarkable applications in biology such as In the field of biosensors. Magnetic resonance imaging. Drug delivery. Magnetic field hypothermia. Proteomics Analytical biochemistry. Immunology. Biotechnology etc.

Actinomycets : 

Actinomycets Actinomyces are typical bacteria. As in other Gram-positive bacteria, the cell wall peptidoglycan contains muramic acid, glutamic acid, and one or two additional amino acids. Actinomyces species also have lysine in the peptidoglycan.

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The extremophilic actinomycete, Thermomonospora sp. when exposed to gold ions reduced the metal ions extracellular, yielding gold nanoparticles. This actinomycete was maintained on MGYP agar slants. After adjusting the pH of the medium. The culture was grown with continuous shaking on a rotary shaker (200 rpm) at 50°C for 96 h. Mycelia (cells) were separated and the mycelia was washed thrice with sterile distilled water in sterial condition. The harvested mycelia mass (10 g of wet mycelia) was then resuspended in 50 ml of 10–3 M aqueous AuCl4 solution in 250 ml Erlenmeyer flasks at pH 9. The whole mixture was put into a shaker at 50°C (200 rpm) and maintained in the dark. The bioreductionof the AuCl4 – ions in solution was monitored by periodic sampling of aliquots (2 ml) of the aqueous component and measuring the UV-vis spectra of the solution. Samples for TEM analysis were prepared on carbon- coated copper TEM grids.

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UV-vis spectra and TEM image of gold nanopatricles A,UV-vis spectra recorded as a function of time of reaction of 10–4 M aqueous solution of HAuCl4 with Thermomonospora sp. biomass. (Inset) Test tube of nanoparticle solution formed at the end of the reaction (120 h).

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TEM image of gold nanopatricles a and b, TEM micrographs recorded from drop-cast films of gold nanoparticle solution formed by the reaction of chloroauric acid solution with Thermomonospora sp. biomass for 120 h at different magnifications. c, Particle size distribution histogram determined from the TEM micrograph. d, Selected area diffraction pattern recorded from the gold nanoparticles

Structure of Fungi : 

Structure of Fungi A fungus is a member of a large group of eukaryotic organisms that includes microorganisms such as yeasts and molds, as well as the more familiar mushrooms. The Fungi are classified as a kingdom that is separate from plants, animals and bacteria. One major difference is that fungal cells have cell walls that contain chitin, unlike the cell walls of plants, which contain cellulose. This differences show that the fungi form a single group of organisms, named the Eumycota (true fungi or Eumycetes).

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Biosynthesis of silver nanoparticles (a)Using Fusarium oxysporum was grown by 7 days The biomass was filtrated and AgNO3 (10 mM) was added in the fungal liquid The biomass was filtrated and resuspended in sterile water The F. oxysporum biomass were a pale yellow color before the addition of Ag+ ions and this changed to a brownish color on completion of the reaction with Ag+ ions for 28 h.

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Absorptions were measured in UV-Vis UV-Vis spectra recorded as a function of time of reaction of an aqueous solution of 10-3 M AgNO3 with the fungal biomass (07SD). The inset shows the UV-Vis absorption in the low wavelength region. SEM micrograph from F. oxysporum 07 SD strain at ×11000 magnification.

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Centrifugation ,100c AgNO3, 5.5-6.0PH Cell sedimentation Silver nanoparticle Verticillium sp.extracted from taxus plant Verticillium sp. Extracted from taxus plant Verticillium sp should be placed at 250c in potato-dextroseagar slant Erlenmeyer flask MGYP medium 3% malt extract 1% glucose 0.3% yeast extract 0.5% peptone At 250C 4 days fermentation 20min (b)Using Verticillium sp

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Silver ions form a silver salt Salt trapped on the surface of the fungal cells due to interaction between the positivelly charged silver ions and negatively charged carboxylic groups in the enzymes in cell walls of mycelia The ions after nucleation can grow by further accumulation of silver ions to form nanoparticles similarly, gold nanoparticles can be produced using Verticillium sp. The mechanism is briefly explained below, Mechanism of formation silver nanoparticles

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Hypothetical mechanisms of silver nanoparticles biosynthesis.

Biosynthesis of nanoparticles using Yeast : 

Biosynthesis of nanoparticles using Yeast Silver nanoparticles in the size range of 2–5 nm were synthesized extracellularly by a silver-tolerant yeast strain MKY3. MKY3 was inoculated at 0.5% level in 2 l Erlenmeyer flasks and flasks were incubated at 30 ◦C on a rotary shaker set at 100 rpm. The culture was challenged with 2.0 mM silver nitrate and incubated further in dark for 24 h. The cells were separated from the culture medium by centrifugation (5000×g) and the cell-freemedium was used for the recovery of precipitated silver nanoparticles.

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TEM images of silver nanoparticles: (a) overview, (b)–(d) images with PS. TEM images of silver nanoparticles:

Preparation of semiconductors nanoparticles : 

Preparation of semiconductors nanoparticles Candida glabrata and schizosaccharomyces pombe A nitrogen rich medium containing 2% tryptone,1% yeast extract and 2% glucose(pH 5.6) is used to grow the schizosaccharomyces pombe. When challenged with cadmium sulphate solution after about 12-13 hrs of growth, After 36hrs cells rich with CdS get formed. Solution can be centrifuged and frozen at -200c. The frozen cells can be thawed at 400c,for 2-4hrs The thawed solution can be centrifuged again so that the cell debris precipitates and supernatant contains CdS nanoparticles

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Table 1 Synthesis of nanoparticles by different Bacteria Microorganisms Type of nanoparticle Bacillus subtilis Gold Shewanella algae Gold Pseudomonas stutzeri Silver Lactobacillus Gold, silver, Au–Ag alloy Clostridium Thermoaceticum Cadmium sulfide Klebsiella aerogenes Cadmium sulfide Escherichia coli Cadmium sulfide Desulfobacteriaceae Zinc sulfide Thermoanaerobacter Ethanolicus Magnetite Magnetospirillium Magnetotacticum Magnetite Thermomonospora sp Gold Rhodococcus Gold Chlorella vulgaris Gold Phaeodactylum Tricornutum Cadmium sulfide

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Synthesis of nanoparticles by different fungus and yeast Yeast Candida glabrata Cadmium sulfide Torulopsis sp. Lead sulfide Schizosaccharomyces Pombe Cadmium sulfide MKY3 Silver Fungi Verticillium Gold, silver Fusarium oxysporum Gold, silver, Au–Ag alloy, cadmium sulfide, zirconia Colletotrichum sp. Gold Microorganisms Type of nanoparticle

Conclusion: : 

Conclusion: The synthesis of nanoparticles using microbes is rapid and very easiest method. Compared to by other methods like chemical or physical methods, the synthesis of nanoparticles using microbes is the best method .


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