Purification of Protein from Marine Edible Oyster Crassostrea madrasensis for Bactericidal Potency

  title={Purification of Protein from Marine Edible Oyster Crassostrea madrasensis for Bactericidal Potency},
  author={R. Muthezhilan and Kannan Balaji and Kadiyala Gopi and A. Jaffar Hussain},
Nowadays, the pharmaceutical market is growing rapidly and continuously in worldwide but, still the demand for new drug discovery is encouraged. Because, the growth of numbers drug resistant infectious disease and more upcoming disorders to human and animals. In general, the marine animals especially mollusks and their compounds constitute a practically unlimited resource of new active substances. Hence, the present study was carried out to determine the bactericidal activity of Crassostrea… CONTINUE READING
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