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Aflatoxin B1 (AFB1) is a carcinogenic compound produced by filamentous fungi. In order to reduce AFB1 occurrence in foodstuffs, 13 strains of mycelial actinobacteria were tested in vitro for the efficacy to reduce AFB1 content; all were isolated from the Saharan soils of Algeria. Firstly,...
In the present study, the probiotic properties of 52 lactic acid bacteria strains, isolated from the intestinal mucosa of 60-day-old healthy piglets, were evaluated in vitro in order to acquire probiotics of potential application. Based on acidic and bile salt resistance, 11 lactic acid bacteria...
An endophytic fungus (strain T1) isolated from Taxus baccata was studied for the production of metabolites with anticancer and antioxidant activities. This fungus was identified as Diaporthe sp. based on rDNA-internal transcribed spacer (ITS) sequence analysis. The crude extract showed cytotoxic...
The alpha-protobacterium Rhizobium leucaenae CFN 299 is able to nodulate and fix nitrogen in symbiosis with a wide range of legumes, including Phaseolus vulgaris (common bean). Strain CFN 299 contains a 500-kb symbiotic plasmid (pSym) that encodes genes required for nodulation and nitrogen...
Microbial biodegradation of coal into low-molecular-weight compounds such as methane has been extensively researched in the last two decades because of the underlying environmental and industrial applications of this technique as compared to the chemical and physical methods of coal conversions....
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