Effects of Temperature on Biological Activity of Permafrost Microorganisms

Abstract

The number and viability of microorganism specimens Bacillus spp. isolated from permafrost soil remained unchanged after incubation at temperatures of -16-37°C. Experiments on F1 CBA/Black-6 mice showed that incubation of bacteria at -5°C for 72 h promotes a decrease in their toxicity and an increase in their immunostimulating effect. 
DOI: 10.1007/s10517-015-2859-z

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