Bioemulsifier (BE-AM1) produced by Solibacillus silvestris AM1 is a functional amyloid that modulates bacterial cell-surface properties

@article{Markande2016BioemulsifierP,
  title={Bioemulsifier (BE-AM1) produced by Solibacillus silvestris AM1 is a functional amyloid that modulates bacterial cell-surface properties},
  author={Anoop R. Markande and A. Nerurkar},
  journal={Biofouling},
  year={2016},
  volume={32},
  pages={1153 - 1162}
}
  • Anoop R. Markande, A. Nerurkar
  • Published 2016
  • Chemistry, Medicine
  • Biofouling
  • Abstract A novel estuarine bacterial strain, Solibacillus silvestris AM1, produces an extracellular, thermostable and fibrous, glycoprotein bioemulsifier (BE-AM1). The amyloid nature of the bioemulsifier (BE-AM1) was confirmed by biophysical techniques (Congo red based polarization microscopy, ThioflavinS based fluorescent microscopy, fibrous arrangement in transmission electron microscopy and secondary structure measurement by FTIR and CD spectrum analysis). Cell-bound BE-AM1 production by S… CONTINUE READING
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