Vorasan Sobhon

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Biosurfactant-producing bacteria were isolated from mangrove sediment samples collected in the southern part of Thailand by an enrichment-culture technique in which lubricating oil was the sole carbon source. A total of 1,600 colonies were obtained, which were screened for biosurfactant production using the qualitative drop-collapsing test in a mineral(More)
The Leucobacter komagatae 183 strain, isolated from mangrove sediment in Trang, southern Thailand, was evaluated as a potential biosurfactant producer. The biosurfactant production was carried out by using a mineral salt medium with commercial sugar and monosodium glutamate as the carbon and nitrogen source, respectively. The microbial growth was(More)
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