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Burkholderia ginsengiterrae sp. nov. and Burkholderia panaciterrae sp. nov., antagonistic bacteria against root rot pathogen Cylindrocarpon destructans, isolated from ginseng soil
DCY85T and DCY85-1T showed antagonistic activity against the common root rot pathogen of ginseng, Cylindrocarpon destructans and are considered novel Burkholderia species. Expand
Green synthesis of multifunctional silver and gold nanoparticles from the oriental herbal adaptogen: Siberian ginseng
To the best of the authors' knowledge, this is the first report unraveling the potential of Eleutherococcus senticosus for silver and gold nanoparticle synthesis along with its biological applications, which in turn would promote widespread usage of the endemic Siberian ginseng. Expand
Biosynthesis, characterization, and antimicrobial applications of silver nanoparticles
A demonstration of an efficient biological synthesis of silver nanoparticles by B. frigoritolerans DC2 and its effect on the enhancement of the antmicrobial efficacy of well-known commercial antibiotics. Expand
Cross Interaction Between Ilyonectria mors-panacis Isolates Infecting Korean Ginseng and Ginseng Saponins in Correlation with Their Pathogenicity.
It is indicated that major ginsenosides, especially PPT-type, have an antifungal effect and may intervene in ginseng defense during Ilyonectria species invasion, in particular the weak species. Expand
Evaluation of stress responses induced by the loading density in dromedary camel (Camelus dromedarius)
An increase of the loading density during road transport is considered as a stressful factor that could alter the physiology of the dromedary and influence the postmortem quality of its meat. Expand
Meat levels of 25-hydroxyvitamin D3 in Moroccan one-humped dromedary camels (Camelus dromedarius).
Meat of camel was rich in water and ash, and the amounts of 25-OH-D3 in it's various analyzed tissues were similar to those reported for this constituent in the corresponding tissues of bovine species and slightly higher than those measured in other domestic animals. Expand
Régulation de l’absorption intestinale du calcium chez le chamelon ( Camelus dromedarius )
Postprandial hypercalcemia and hyperphosphatemia, as well as intestinal calcium (Ca) absorption were measured in 12 newborn camels. They were divided into four groups of three animals. Groups 1 and 2Expand
Cylindrocarpon destructans/Ilyonectria radicicola-species complex: Causative agent of ginseng root-rot disease and rusty symptoms
It is postulated that rusty symptom occurs on ginseng roots due to incompatible interactions with the weakly aggressive species of Ilyonectria, by the established iron-phenolic compound complexes while root-rot is developed by I. mors-panacis infection. Expand
Aluminium resistant, plant growth promoting bacteria induce overexpression of Aluminium stress related genes in Arabidopsis thaliana and increase the ginseng tolerance against Aluminium stress.
These strains can be used in the future for the cultivation of ginseng in Al-pers locations and showed higher biomass, particularly the foliar part, higher chlorophyll content than non-bacterized Al-stressed seedlings. Expand
Engineering of mesoporous silica nanoparticles for release of ginsenoside CK and Rh2 to enhance their anticancer and anti-inflammatory efficacy: in vitro studies
The current study highlights the fabrication of drug delivery system by utilizing 200 nm mesoporous silica nanoparticles (MSNPs) with 4-nm pore size, as a carrier system for delivery ginsenosideExpand