Accelerated degradation of exogenous indole by Burkholderia unamae strain CK43B exposed to pyrogallol-type polyphenols.


In modified Winogradsky's (MW) medium supplemented with excessive indole (1), Burkholderia unamae strain CK43B isolated from polyphenol-rich Shorea rhizosphere showed almost no cell growth, but it showed drastic cell growth given further supplementation of gallic acid, a simple plant polyphenol. This active cell growth of B. unamae CK43B was due to the… (More)


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