Diversity of glycosidase activities in the bacteria of the phylum Bacteroidetes isolated from marine algae

@article{Bakunina2012DiversityOG,
  title={Diversity of glycosidase activities in the bacteria of the phylum Bacteroidetes isolated from marine algae},
  author={Irina Y Bakunina and Olga I Nedashkovskaya and S. B. Kim and Tatyana N. Zvyagintseva and V. V. Mikhailov},
  journal={Microbiology},
  year={2012},
  volume={81},
  pages={688-695}
}
Glycosidase activities of 177 strains of the phylum Bacteroidetes, belonging to 18 genera and isolated from the algae Chondrus sp., Polysiphonia sp., Neosiphonia japonica, Saccharina crassifolia, Saccharina japonica, Chorda filum, Acrosiphonia sonderi, and Ulva fenestrata collected in the littoral zones of the Sea of Okhotsk and the Sea of Japan, Pacific Ocean, were studied. According to the data obtained, glycosidases catalyzing hydrolysis of the β-glycoside bond were present in over 70… 

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