Bioactive Betulin produced by marine Paecilomyces WE3-F.

@inproceedings{Barakat2016BioactiveBP,
  title={Bioactive Betulin produced by marine Paecilomyces WE3-F.},
  author={Khouloud Mohamed Barakat and Mohamed Salem Nasralla Saleh},
  year={2016}
}
Objective: Marine fungi play an important role in human and animal health, leading compounds to new drug discoveries and prospects for their bioactivity potential. Materials and Methods: Paecilomyces WE3-F was isolated from marine sediment (Red Sea, Shalateen, Egypt). Fungal isolate was screened for their antagonistic activity against four Gram-positive (Bacillus cereus, Lesteria monocytogenes, Micrococcus luteus and Staphylococcu aureus) and four Gram-negative (Aeromonas hydrophila… CONTINUE READING

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