Purification and Partial Identification of Novel Antimicrobial Protein from Marine Bacterium Pseudoalteromonas Species Strain X153

@article{Longeon2004PurificationAP,
  title={Purification and Partial Identification of Novel Antimicrobial Protein from Marine Bacterium Pseudoalteromonas Species Strain X153},
  author={Arlette Longeon and Jean Péduzzi and Michel Barthélémy and Sophie Corre and Jean Louis Nicolas and Mich{\`e}le Guyot},
  journal={Marine Biotechnology},
  year={2004},
  volume={6},
  pages={633-641}
}
A marine bacterium, X153, was isolated from a pebble collected at St. Anne du Portzic (France). By 16S ribosomal DNA gene sequence analysis, X153 strain was identified as a Pseudoalteromonas sp. close to P. piscicida. The crude culture of X153 was highly active against human pathogenic strains involved in dermatologic diseases, and marine bacteria including various ichthyopathogenic Vibrio strains. The active substance occurred both in bacterial cells and in culture supernatant. An… Expand
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