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Physicochemical characterization of a thermostable glycoprotein bioemulsifier from Solibacillus silvestris AM1
Abstract A novel estuarine bacterial strain, Solibacillus silvestris AM1, was found to produce an extracellular, multimeric glycoprotein bioemulsifier, termed AM1, with a MW of 200 kDa and containingExpand
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Bioemulsifier (BE-AM1) produced by Solibacillus silvestris AM1 is a functional amyloid that modulates bacterial cell-surface properties
Abstract A novel estuarine bacterial strain, Solibacillus silvestris AM1, produces an extracellular, thermostable and fibrous, glycoprotein bioemulsifier (BE-AM1). The amyloid nature of theExpand
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Simultaneous nitrification and denitrification by novel heterotrophs in remediation of fish processing effluent
Three isolates viz. Lysinibacillus sp. HT13, Alcaligenes sp. HT15 and Proteus sp. HT37 isolated from fish processing effluent and having a C/N ratio of 2, removed 218, 169, and 400 µg cell−1 day−1Expand
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Exploration of haloarchaea for their potential applications in food industry
Extremophiles are a major source for many industrially important biomolecules. Haloarchaea have been extensively studied for their ability to grow in extreme environments and the array of metabolitesExpand
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Microcosm-based interaction studies between members of two ecophysiological groups of bioemulsifier producer and a hydrocarbon degrader from the Indian intertidal zone
Isolates were obtained from intertidal zone site samples from all five western and one eastern coastal states of India and were screened. These ecophysiological groups of aerobic, mesophilic,Expand
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Effective remediation of fish processing waste using mixed culture biofilms capable of simultaneous nitrification and denitrification
Fish processing waste water causes pollution and eutrophication of water bodies when released untreated. Use of bacteria capable of simultaneous nitrification and denitrification (SND) as biofilms onExpand
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Analysis of Midgut Bacterial Community Structure of Neanthes chilkaensis from Polluted Mudflats of Gorai, Mumbai, India
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The gut bacterial community of pollution-stressed polychaete Neanthes chilkaensis was studied using cultivation dependent and independent approaches. Expand
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Characterization of Solibacillus silvestris strain AM1 that produces amyloid bioemulsifier
Solibacillus silvestris AM1 was the first strain from the genus to be reported for the production of a functional amyloid and its potential use as a surface active agent, a thermostable glycoproteinExpand
Mycelial form of dimorphic fungus Malassezia species dictates the microbial interaction
Dandruff is one of the most common clinically manifested and studied scalp disorders. It has been associated with both bacteria and fungi. Bacteria and fungi inhabiting the scalp are known toExpand