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Bacteriocins, Probiotics, Gastrointestinal tract infection, Systemic infection, Contraceptive, Anti-neopalstic agent

@inproceedings{Giri2013BacteriocinsPG,
  title={Bacteriocins, Probiotics, Gastrointestinal tract infection, Systemic infection, Contraceptive, Anti-neopalstic agent},
  author={Samir Giri and Jitendra Singh},
  year={2013}
}
  • Samir Giri, Jitendra Singh
  • Published 2013
  • Bacteriocins, are large and functionally d iverse family o f antimicrobials found in all major lineages of bacteria. Recent studies reveal that these proteinaceous toxins play a significant role in mediating competitive dynamics between bacterial strains and closely related species. The capability of bacteria to effectively outcompete undesired species is often due to, or enhanced by, the production of potent antimicrobial toxins. In this review potential uses of bacteriocins and bacteriocin… CONTINUE READING

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