alexa Intracellular Proteins|omicsgroup|Journal Of Plant Pathology And Microbiology

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Intracellular Proteins

In the present study, we firstly aimed to determine the ability of halophilic bacteria to improve tomato growth. as well as to detect the antimicrobial activities from two moderately halophilic bacteria strain M3-23 of Virgibacillus marismortui and strain J31 of Terribacillus halophilus exhibited by their intracellular proteins. The results showed that both bacteria were able to improve stem tomato growth by comparison of untreated tomato. The halophilic bacteria were also able to produce intracellular antifungal enzyme: glucanase produced by V. marismortui (1.74U/mg) and chitinase (39.39U/mg) produced by T. halophilus. OMICS Group International is one of the leading Open Access Publishers which is publishing 700+ peer-reviewed journals with the support of 50,000+ editorial board members as editorial team and aimed to disseminate the scholarly knowledge to the scientific society. OMICS Group also organizing 3000+ International Scientific Conferences and events yearly all over the world with the support of 1000+ Scientific associations worldwide. Citation: Essghaier B, Dhieb C, Rebib H, Ayari S, Boudabous ARA, et al. (2014) Antimicrobial Behavior of Intracellular Proteins from Two ModeratelyHalophilic Bacteria: Strain J31 of Terribacillus halophilus and Strain M3-23 of Virgibacillus marismortui. J Plant Pathol Microb 5: 214.
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