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Bioconversion of Rice Straw Xylose to Xylitol by a Local Strain of Candida Tropicalis
From a previous research done by Abou Zeid et a l. , a l ocal yeast isolate Candida tropicalis ( 2) gave the highest yield production of xy litol i n fermentation medium in which xylose was u sed asExpand
Incidence and virulence of Bacillus cereus isolated from Egyptian foods during four seasons.
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Almost all the identified strains were pathogenic since they were able to produce several virulence factors and were susceptible to ciprofloxacin, chloramphenicol and vancomysin antibiotics. Expand
Aspergillus nidulans thermostable arginine deiminase-Dextran conjugates with enhanced molecular stability, proteolytic resistance, pharmacokinetic properties and anticancer activity.
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This is first report exploring thermostable ADI from thermophilic A. nidulans with robust structural stability, catalytic efficiency and proteolytic resistance. Expand
Prevalence, Characterization and Inhibition by Probiotics of Multidrug Resistant Bacteria Isolated from Renal Failure Patients Undergoing Hemodialysis
Examples of redundancy in scientific publications are taken from literature. Each case is analyzed in terms of the replication of experiments versus the duplication of results. The former sometimesExpand
ISOLATION AND CHARACTERIZATION OF A POTENTIALLY PROBIOTIC LACTOBACILLUS DELBRUEKII SSP. LACTIS FROM QARISH CHEESE
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In the present work, a potentially probiotic was Lactobacillus delbruekii ssp. Expand
Molecular Characterization and Enterotoxin Genes Typing of Local Strains of Bacillus Cereus
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Two virulent strains of Bacillus cereus coded as BC13 and BC37 isolated from corn snacks collected from Egyptian market were identified using biochemical and staining methods and two pairs of primers were used to detect the toxin genes in both tested isolates using multiplex PCR technique. Expand
Detection Bioactive Metabolites of Fructobacillus fructosus Strain HI-1 Isolated from Honey Bee’s Digestive Tract Against Paenibacillus larvae
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The result explores the promising administration of probiotic metabolites to control honey bee AFB disease, as a natural tool to substitute antibiotics and chemicals in disease-controlling strategies. Expand