alexa Abstract | Antimicrobial Screening of Actinobacteria using a Modified Cross-Streak Method

Indian Journal of Pharmaceutical Sciences
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Out of the 30 actinobacterial cultures screened for antimicrobial activity, 28 cultures were found to produce active products against various pathogenic microorganisms such as Gram-negative, Gram-positive bacteria and yeast, using a modified cross streak method. The modified method helped in easy quantification of results and also in ruling out probable mutual antibiosis. The actinobacterial strains that showed the ability to produce antimicrobial compounds belonged to Streptomyces (53%), Micromonospora (13%) and Actinomadura (10%) genera. Streptomyces sp. strain MMA-5 showed the highest multispecific antibiosis efficiency score value. Broad antibiotic spectrum activity was exhibited by Streptomyces sp. strain MMA-2 and Micromonospora sp. strain MMA-8. The

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Author(s): Sonashia VelhoPereira NM Kamat

Keywords

Actinobacteria, antibacterial and antifungal activity, modified cross streak method

 
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