ISOLATION AND IDENTIFICATION OF BACTERIOCIN PRODUCING MICROBES USING BIOCHEMICAL AND MOLECULAR TOOLS AND ANALYSIS OF ITS BIOPRESERVATION POTENTIAL

@article{Nandan2016ISOLATIONAI,
  title={ISOLATION AND IDENTIFICATION OF BACTERIOCIN PRODUCING MICROBES USING BIOCHEMICAL AND MOLECULAR TOOLS AND ANALYSIS OF ITS BIOPRESERVATION POTENTIAL},
  author={P. Nandan and Anshita Nagar},
  journal={Asian Journal of Pharmaceutical and Clinical Research},
  year={2016},
  volume={9},
  pages={278-282}
}
ABSTRACT Objective: Food safety is a matter of utmost importance in developing countries as well as in developed countries, so keeping this in mind this research work deals with the identification and characterization of bacteriocin producing microbes by using biochemical and molecular characterization. This study has also covered the biopreservation potential of bacteriocin produced by these microbes against sapodilla, tomato and banana as well.Methods: For the purpose of sample collection and… Expand

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