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antibacterial producing actinomycetes from sediments of the Caspian Sea

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the results of this investigation revealed that the marine actinomycetes collected from the sediments of Caspian Sea
might be a potent source of novel antibiotics.
 
 

Comments (5)

  1. maby maby, what culture are on that petri dish ? E coli ?
  2. oopss , Pseudomonas aeruginosa :) on klebsiella pneumoniae what zone are doing? Pseudo it's not so hard to inhibe, my opinion.
  3. hi Pseudomonas aeruginosa! yes, Some isolates had a good halo Between 10 to 30 mm against another pathogen. 6 pathogen test.
  4. Sorry but, there is absolutely no evidence or data or explanation at this source that indicates "that the marine actinomycetes collected from the sediments of Caspian Sea might be a potent source of novel antibiotics." This looks like an improperly-labeled disc sensitivity plate test from a Microbiology 101 lab. I wonder if the author or editors care to comment on what I might be missing.
  5. yes.thank you but you know that antibiotic identification as a novel compound is a long process more than 10 year! isolation actinomycetes from marine sediment usually accompany novel compound. all antibiotic test show that we have a new source of antibiotic compound! isolation novel antibiotic from terrestrial actinomycetes decreases! we are searching more on project and hope to this issue!

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