T A Dodatko

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The ability of 46 strains of Pseudomonas cepacia to inhibit phytopathogenic fungi and the effect of iron on their antifungal activity were studied. The antifungal effect of the bacteria and the antimicrobial activity of their crude yellow and violet pigments showed a 4-5-fold decrease in the presence of Fe(III). The addition of 100 micrograms/ml of FeCl3 to(More)
The work deals with the bacteriocin typing of 34 P. cepacia strains isolated from different sources with respect to both the capacity of synthesizing bactericins and sensitivity to them. The standard set of strains comprizing 8 P. cepacia bacteriocin-sensitive strains and 6 highly active cepaciacin producer strains was used. 24 P. cepacia strains belonged(More)
Occurrence of bacteriocinogeneity in 120 strains of 24 species of Pseudomonas was studied. Active strains producing bacteriocine-like substances were detected among P. fluorescens, P. putida, P. taetrolens, P. fragi, P. stutzeri, P. mendocina, P. maltophilia, and P. pseudoalcaligenes. The bacteriocine-like substances produced by them differed by the(More)
Pseudomonas cepacia 5779 bacteriocin (cepaciacin) whose producer was revealed due to application of the special screening system has been studied for its certain biological and physicochemical properties. Possessing a narrow range of action, it inhibits only the P. cepacia strains. Its biosynthesis occurs more intensely on the rich nutrient media, the(More)
A raw antibiotic has been isolated from culture fluid of strain Pseudomonas cepacia 5798. It was methylated and separated into individual components using the column and thin-layer chromatography. The isolated substances possessed antimicrobial activity; two of them were studied more in detail by the UV-, IR- and PMR-spectroscopy methods. Results of the(More)
Some methods providing rapid and methodically simple study of large microbial collections and detection of cultures producing bacteriocin-like substances perspective for further investigation are described. The use of cellophane disks and study of the proteolytic enzyme effects allowed the authors to detect organisms producing high molecular antibiotics of(More)
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