Production of indolic compounds by rumen bacteria isolated from grazing ruminants

@article{Attwood2006ProductionOI,
  title={Production of indolic compounds by rumen bacteria isolated from grazing ruminants},
  author={G Attwood and D. Q. Li and D. Pacheco and Michael H. Tavendale},
  journal={Journal of Applied Microbiology},
  year={2006},
  volume={100}
}
Aim:  To screen rumen bacterial cultures and fresh ruminal isolates for indole and skatole production. 

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