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Antimicrobial properties of the bacterial associates of the Arctic lichen Stereocaulon sp.

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Title
Antimicrobial properties of the bacterial associates of the Arctic lichen Stereocaulon sp.
Other Titles
북극지의류 Stereocaulon sp. 유래 미생물의 항박테리아 효과
Authors
Kim, Mi-Kyeong
Oh, Tae-Jin
Park, Hyun
Keywords
Lichen; Stereocaulon sp.; bacterial associate
Issue Date
2013
Citation
Kim, Mi-Kyeong, Oh, Tae-Jin, Park, Hyun. 2013. "Antimicrobial properties of the bacterial associates of the Arctic lichen Stereocaulon sp.". AFRICAN JOURNAL OF MICROBIOLOGY RESEARCH(28): 3651-3657.
Abstract
Four bacterial associates were isolated from the Arctic lichen Stereocaulon sp. and identified based on their complete 16S rRNA gene sequences. Cell cultures were extracted using different solvents and tested for their antimicrobial properties using paper disk diffusion assay and MIC test against six test bacteria. Results show that the ethyl acetate of bacterial isolate is a most effective solvent to extract metabolites from the bacterial associates. Bosea vestrissi 34635T (KOPRI 26642) of four bacterial associates showed highest activity as shown as inhibition zone was 7 to 14, and MIC value was 52.7 to >1000 against six test bacteria.rties using paper disk diffusion assay and MIC test against six test bacteria. Results show that the ethyl acetate of bacterial isolate is a most effective solvent to extract metabolites from the bacterial associates. Bosea vestrissi 34635T (KOPRI 26642) of four bacterial associates showed highest activity as shown as inhibition zone was 7 to 14, and MIC value was 52.7 to >1000 against six test bacteria.
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http://repository.kopri.re.kr/handle/201206/6695
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