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Biography

Dr. Noel M. Unciano

Environment and Biotechnology Division

Industrial Technology Development Institute

Gen. Santos Ave., DOST Compound, Bicutan, Taguig City 1631 Philippines

Science Research Specialist II


Email: nmuetmicro@gmail.com (preferred), nmunciano@itdi.dost.gov.ph


Qualifications


1996 Ph.D., University of the Philippines, Diliman Quezon City Philippines

1986 M.S., Molecular Biology, Free University of Brussels, Belgium

1981 B.S., Biology, University of the Philippines, Diliman Quezon City Philippines


Publications (selected)

  1. Coronado FF, Unciano NM, et al.  2016.  Removal of Heavy Metal Compounds from Industrial Wastes Using a Novel Locally-Isolated Vanrija sp. HMAT2.  Phil J Sci. 145: 327-338.
  2. N.M. UNCIANO. 2016. Biomining the gene structure-function features of the microbial biodesulfurization pathway. F1000Research 5:2359 (poster) doi: 10.7490/f1000research.1113167.1.
  3. N.M. UNCIANO et al. 2016. Poster, Laccase Production Using Locally Cultivated Mushroom and Enzyme Yield Models. 83rd NRCP Annual Conference 16th March 2016.
  4. N.M. UNCIANO et al. 2015. Development of a bench-scale two-stage process for biogas production from swine waste effluent, Manuscript for publication.
  5. Coronado F, Esguerra R, Sikat G, Unciano N, Beraye R. 2015. Isolation of beneficial microbes for biodegradation of animal and plant oil in fast foods wastewater effluents.   Int. Res. J. Biological Sci., 4(9): 10-16.
  6. N.M. UNCIANO et al. 2015. Laccase production from locally cultivated mushroom, Manuscript for publication.
  7. N.M. UNCIANO. 2010. Developing microbial isolates for the biodesulfurization of petroleum. Journal of Biotechnology, 150: 90-91.
  8. N.M. UNCIANO, U.G. BIGOL, M.B. BIGOL, and R.M. CABACANG 2008. Microbial Biofluorescence Expressed by Bacterial Isolates Exposed to Organic Sulfur. Abstract (Invited). AGU Chapman Conference on Organic Matter Fluorescence. 20-23 October, 2008 University of Birmingham , UK.
  9. N.S. MENDOZA, M.T.E. CALIWARA and N.M. UNCIANO 2006. A Local Isolate of Non-Cellulolytic, Xylanolytic and Pectinolytic Thermophilic Fungus, Thermomyces lanuginosus C1a. Phil. Journ. Sci. 135(2): 113-119.
  10. N.S. MENDOZA, M.T.E. CALIWARA, N.M. UNCIANO, and Z.I. DE GUZMAN 2003 Application of High Level Cellulase-free Xylanase from Thermophilic Thermomyces lanuginosus 11P2R in Fiber Degumming. Biotechnology for Sustainable Utilization of Biological Resources in the Tropics 16: 311-315.
  11. N. M. UNCIANO, G. D. REYES and F. C. DELFIN. 1999 In Vitro Effects of Balut Amniotic Fluid on Cultured Cells of Mosquito Aedes albopictus (Singh) Cell Clone. Phil. Journ. Biotech. 10(1): 19-26.
  12. N. S. MENDOZA, M. B. BIGOL, N. M. UNCIANO, B. F. ALMONTE, and C. C. BORROMEO. 1998. A Thermophilic Alkaline Xylanase Produced by Thermophilic Alkalophilic Bacillus sp. Strain NM-118. Ann. NY Acad. Sci. 864: 428-430.
  13. N.S. MENDOZA, N. M. UNCIANO and E. O. DELA CRUZ 1998 Production and Characterization of Thermostable Cellulase-Free Xylanase from Thermomyces lanuginosus 1a. Annual Reports of ICBiotech. 21: 487-492.
  14. N.M. UNCIANO et al.  Development of a bench-scale two-stage process for biogas production from swine waste effluent,  Manuscript for publication.
  15. Isolation of beneficial microbes for biodegradation of animal and plant oil in fast foods wastewater effluents,   Submitted for publication.
  16. N.M. UNCIANO et al.  Production of Laccase from locally cultivated mushroom, Manuscript for publication.


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