Culturable hydrocarbonoclastic marine bacterial isolates from Indonesian seawater in the Lombok Strait and Indian Ocean

  title={Culturable hydrocarbonoclastic marine bacterial isolates from Indonesian seawater in the Lombok Strait and Indian Ocean},
  author={Agung Dhamar Syakti and Priyati Lestari and Satya Simanora and Lilik Kartika Sari and Febrianti Lestari and Fadliyah Idris and Teguh Agustiadi and Syafsir Akhlus and Nuning Vita Hidayati and Riyanti},
Purpose The study aims to isolate the culturable marine bacteria and to assess their potential as the bioremediation agent for petroleum hydrocarbons contamination in marine environment. Methods Bacteria isolates were obtained by repetitive streaks to obtain purified bacteria on Zobell marine agar plates before further analysis and culture through direct visualization on agar plates. Identification were conducted using 16S rDNA sequence which are compared using NCBI BLAST and, combined with… 
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