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David Camacho

  • Postdoctoral Researcher
  • Universidade de Sao Paulo
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Highly motivated postdoctoral student seeking academic opportunities in the New York City area or Northeastern United States. Current postdoctoral student at the University of Sao Paulo, Brazil, working with the production of L-Asparaginases from filamentous fungus. Past work experience with the following areas: 1) Isolation of fungus, production of L-Asparaginases from fungus (yeast and filamentous fungus), and characterization of L-Asparaginases produced by solid state fermentation. 2) Extremophiles (halophilic archaea) culture archaea, pigmented lipids (carotenes), and purification and characterization of lipolytic enzymes, as well as methodologies for adapting these microorganisms. 3) Extremophiles (thermophilic fungi), manipulation of filamentous fungi, isolation, production by solid-state fermentation and the search for lipolytic enzymes. 4) Synthesis of inorganic substrates, enzyme immobilization and microelectrode ion alkaline selective sensors.

Recent publications

  • Optimization of culture conditions and bench-scale production of anticancer enzyme L-asparaginase by submerged fermentation from Aspergillus terreus CCT 7693

    • Costa-Silva T
    • Camacho-Córdova D
    • Agamez-Montalvo G
    • et al.
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  • High lipids accumulation in Rhodosporidium toruloides by applying single and multiple nutrients limitation in a simple chemically defined medium

    • González-García Y
    • Rábago-Panduro L
    • French T
    • et al.
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Postdoctoral Research

Universidade de Sao Paulo

October 2014 - Present

Research Doctoral Student in Biotechnology

Universidad de Guadalajara

August 2010 - January 2014(3 years)

Master Student

Universidad de Guadalajara

August 2004 - August 2006(2 years)

Bachelor Scientist Chemistry

Universidad de Guadalajara

September 1997 - June 2001(4 years)


Co-authors (16)