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Highlights of marine invertebrate-derived biosynthetic products: their biomedical potential and possible production by microbial associants.
Coral reefs are among the most productive marine ecosystems and are the source of a large group of structurally unique biosynthetic products. Annual reviews of marine natural products continue toExpand
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Antagonistic Activity of a Marine Bacterium Pseudoalteromonas luteoviolacea TAB4.2 Associated with Coral Acropora sp.
A coral-associated bacterium was successfully screened for secondary metabolite production based on biological activity and PCR amplification of the non-ribosomal peptide synthetase (NRPS) gene andExpand
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Richness of Secondary Metabolite-Producing Marine Bacteria Associated with Sponge Haliclona sp.
A total of 8 bacterial isolates associated with sponge Haliclona sp. collected from Bandengan water, Jepara, North Java Sea, Indonesia, was successfully screened for antibacterial activity againstExpand
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Cloning of the Endoglucanase Gene from a Bacillus amyloliquefaciens PSM 3.1 in Escherichia coli Revealed Catalytic Triad Residues Thr-His-Glu
Problem statement: An Indonesian marine bacterial isolate, Bacillus amyloliquefaciens PSM 3.1 was isolated for hydrolyzing cellulose. A 1500-bp nucleotide fragment was amplified from the chromosomalExpand
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Characterization of Psychrotrophic Bacteria in the Surface and Deep-Sea Waters from the Northwestern Pacific Ocean Based on 16S Ribosomal DNA Analysis
Abstract: Seventy-eight 4°C-culturable bacteria were isolated using ZoBell 2216E medium from surface (0–200 m) and deep-sea (1000–9671 m) waters in the northwestern Pacific Ocean. Growth studiesExpand
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NATURAL BIODEGRADATION OF COPROSTANOL IN AN EXPERIMENTAL SYSTEM OF THREE ENVIRONMENTAL CONDITIONS OF JAKARTA WATERS, INDONESIA
the environment with high environmental stress encourages the discovering of other alternate indicators. Coprostanol has been proposed as a chemical indicator of domestic waste pollution, but mostExpand
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Antibacterial activity of marine bacterium Pseudomonas sp. associated with soft coral Sinularia polydactyla against Streptococcus equi subsp. zooepidemicus
A marine bacterium associated with soft coral Sinularia polydactyla collected from Bandengan water, Jepara, North Java Sea, Indonesia, was successfully screened for antibacterial activity againstExpand
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Corals as Source of Bacteria with Antimicrobial Activity
In this study we examined marine bacteria associated with different corals (Porites lutea, Galaxea fascicularis, Acropora sp. and Pavona sp.) collected from vicinity of Panjang island, Jepara, NorthExpand
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SCREENING OF BACTERIAL SYMBIONTS OF SEAGRASS Enhalus sp. AGAINST BIOFILM-FORMING BACTERIA
Seagrasses have been known to produce secondary metabolites that have important ecological roles, including preventing from pathogen infections and fouling organisms. A research aimed at screeningExpand
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Antibacterial Property of a Coral-Associated Bacterium Pseudoalteromonas luteoviolacea Against Shrimp Pathogenic Vibrio harveyi (In Vitro Study)
A coral-associated bacterium was successfully screened for secondary metabolites production based on PCR amplification of the nonribosomal peptide synthetase gene and was identified as closelyExpand
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