Display of B. pumilus chitinase on the surface of B. subtilis spore as a potential biopesticide.

@article{Rostami2017DisplayOB,
  title={Display of B. pumilus chitinase on the surface of B. subtilis spore as a potential biopesticide.},
  author={Amin Rostami and Krzysztof Hinc and Fatemeh Goshadrou and Abbas Shali and Mahdieh Bayat and Malihe Hassanzadeh and Massoud Amanlou and Negin Eslahi and Gholamreza Ahmadian},
  journal={Pesticide biochemistry and physiology},
  year={2017},
  volume={140},
  pages={17-23}
}
BACKGROUND Chitinases can inhibit the growth of many fungal diseases which are a great threat for global agricultural production. Biological control of pathogens like fungi, is believed to be one of the best ways to eliminate the adverse effects of plant pathogens. To this end, we expressed and displayed a chitinase from Bacillus pumilus (ChiS) on the surface of Bacillus subtilis spores, as a biocontrol agent. RESULT ChiS enzyme from B. pumilus was expressed on the spores of B. subtilis using… CONTINUE READING

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