Royal Life sciences Pvt Ltd
Training and Projects

We are bridging the gap between college and industry. Projects that demand creation of new products or novel ideas make students think out of the Box allowing students to use previous knowledge to come up with practical applications of micro biotech by using our R&D lab.
Hence at Royal there is continuous innovation to fill this gap.

We offer research projects for B. Sc; M. Sc; B. tech & M. tech students in various disciplines of life sciences in the following areas:

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Research Projects by Unconventional Methods [FAME]

Our research projects by unconventional methods  are:

6 months Major Projects:



Projects on Phospholipid Fatty Acid Analysis



Biotechnology

Mini Projects:

  • Qualitative determination of DNA by Spectrophotometer.
  • Isolation of Plasmid DNA from Serratia.
  • Isolation of RNA by Acid Phenol Guanidium Thiophynate Chloroform Method.
  • Isolation of DNA from Plants using CTAB method.
  • Isolation of DNA from E.coli.
  • Isolation and Amplification of DNA from Tomato.
  • Isolation and Purification of chromosomal DNA from Cauliflower.

 

2-3 Months Projects:
 
  • DNA isolation and PCR analysis of medicinal plant extracts
  • Analysis of bacterial isolates from environmental samples using PCR technique
  • DNA isolation and PCR analysis of microorganisms from different water samples.
  • Analysis of genomic DNA from fungi using PCR technique.
  • Separation of Carbohydrates / Amino acids using Thin Layer Chromatography.
  • Extraction and Quantification of Plasmid DNA from Goat liver / Animal Tissue. 
  • Study of antimicrobial activity of clove against microbes.
  • Purification, Separation and Identification of Proteins using Southern Blotting and its applications.
  • Comparison of FAME GC method against conventional PCR analysis in detection of microbes.

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6 Months Major Projects:

  • Tracking, isolation of DNA and PCR analysis of microorganisms from various milk samples.
  • DNA extraction of various clinically significant microorganisms and their PCR analysis.
  • Extraction of DNA from microbes involved in degradation of pesticides and their PCR analysis.
  • Production, Qualitative and Quantitative analysis of Citric acid from Aspergillus niger.
  • Isolation, Identification and Characterization of fermentative bacteria from fermented food.