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Панфилов Виктор Иванович

Панфилов Виктор Иванович

Занимаемые должности

Заведующий кафедрой (Кафедра биотехнологии)

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8-495-495-23-79

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vip@muctr.ru

Сайт https://muctr.ru
Уровень образования Высшее
Квалификация

Преподаватель кафедры биотехнологии

Преподаваемые дисциплины

Основы проектирования и оборудование предприятий биотехнологической промышленности

Системы менеджмента качества биотехнологических производств

Современные проблемы биотехнологии

Учёная степень

Доктор технических наук

Учёное звание Профессор
Наименование направления подготовки и (или) специальности

Технология изотопов и особо чистых веществ

Данные о повышении квалификации и (или) профессиональной переподготовке

«Контрактная система в сфере закупок товаров, работ и услуг для обеспечения государственных и муниципальных нужд», АНО ДПО «Межрегиональная академия повышения квалификации», 2016г.

"Информационные технологии в дистанционном, сетевом и смешанном обучении", ФГБОУ ВО "РХТУ им. Д.И. Менделеева", 2018.

Общий стаж работы 46 лет (с 01.03.1973)
Стаж работы по специальности 39 лет (с 01.06.1980)

Публикации

A quantitative model of bacillus cereus atcc 9634 growth inhibition by bifidobacteria for synbiotic effect evaluation / B. A. Karetkin, E. V. Guseva, S. A. Evdokimova et al. // World Journal of Microbiology and Biotechnology. — 2019. — Vol. 35. — P. 89. The present study is dedicated to the development of novel criteria for assessing the synbiotic effect of prebiotic and probiotic composition against a specific pathogen. These criteria were obtained from the quantitative model of Bifidobacterium adolescentis ATCC 15703 and Bacillus cereus ATCC 9634 (as a model food contaminant) competition in co-culture fermentation. The model is based on the hypothesis that probiotics can reduce the specific growth rate of non-probiotics by producing short-chain fatty acids. To define the relationship between the specific growth rate of non-probiotics and short-chain fatty acid yields, the inhibition constants were determined separately for each inhibitor produced by bifidobacteria (lactic, acetic and propionic acids) in a pure culture of bacilli. Two different equations based on the minimum inhibitor concentration (MIC) and inhibition constant (Ki) were used to connect the specific growth rate and concentrations of inhibitors. The yields of the inhibitors mentioned above were obtained from co-culture experiments. The experimental values and the values predicted by the model of Bacillus count did not differ significantly (R2 not less than 0.83) in the competition experiments. Therefore, the general criterion of the synbiotic effect was derived from the model and presents the coefficient of non-probiotic specific growth rate reduction as a result of probiotic growth and inhibitor formation in the final co-culture fermentation. This criterion has been examined for different commercial prebiotics coupled with the Bifidobacterium adolescentis strain. The synergistic combination of inulin GR with bifidobacteria had the best effect against Bacillus cereus ATCC 9634. [ DOI ]

Fungi cellulases for crude fibre reduction in plant raw materials / J. M. Epishkina, V. I. Panfilov, D. V. Baurin et al. // International Multidisciplinary Scientific GeoConference Surveying Geology and Mining Ecology Management. — Vol. 18 of Advances in biotechnology. — Albena, Bulgaria, 2018. — P. 207–213. [ DOI ]

Halobacterium salinarum storage and rehydration after spray drying and optimization of the processes for preservation of carotenoids / S. V. Kalenov, M. G. Gordienko, E. D. Murzina et al. // Extremophiles. — 2018. — Vol. 22, no. 3. — P. 511–523. Spray drying is appropriate for the preservation of halophilic microorganisms due to the nature of these microorganisms, as they survive in adverse environmental conditions by being encapsulated in salt crystals. Artificial neural networks were in this study used to optimize practically significant spray-drying regimes of the C50-carotenoids producer Halobacterium salinarum. Immediately after drying, the samples contained up to 54% halobacterial biomass and less than 5% moisture, and the level of preservation of carotenoids was 95–97%. The storage of biomass at 4 oC resulted in the gradual degradation of the carotenoids, which reached 58–64% in the best samples after 1 year. A comprehensive study of changes in halobacteria biomass after spray drying and the nature of the damage provided new data on the survival and preservation of cells and biologically active substances in the various spray-drying regimes and at different storage times. [ DOI ]

Methods of intensification of iron-containing natural water purification processes / J. M. Averina, D. Y. Zhukov, A. Y. Kurbatov et al. // 18 International Multidisciplinary scientific Geoconference SGEM 2018 (Vena, Austria 3-6 December). — Vol. 2 of Section Hydrology and Water Resources. — 2018. — P. 345–350.

Mathematical modeling of s. cerevisiae growth on deproteinized plant raw material hydrolysates / A. V. Tur, V. I. Panfilov, D. V. Baurin et al. // International Multidisciplinary Scientific GeoConference Surveying Geology and Mining Ecology Management. — Vol. 18 of Advances in biotechnology. — Albena, Bulgaria, 2018. — P. 353–360. [ DOI ]

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