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Swot up of antimicrobial protein produced bacteria from ruminant mammal milk and its ramification on Pseudomonas sp, Staphylococcus sp. and Salmonella sp.

( Volume 2 Issue 8,August 2016 ) OPEN ACCESS

Dhanasekaran.S, Anjitha Nair U.M, Arya.R.S, Adithya.V


Bacteriocin are proteins which are produced by bacteria of one strain but it is toxic to the other strain of related species. Bacteriocin of LAB (Lactic Acid Bacteria) is exceptional vitality for the dairy industry and is successfully looked for their application in milk products, taking into account their hostile impacts against sustenance borne pathogens. This study demonstrates the isolation of bacteriocin producing from the goat raw milk sample and it is described by physiological and the biochemical tests. Three sequesters of bacteriocin creating LAB were isolated from goat milk. The culture supernatants of the three segregates were surveyed for their antimicrobial activity against food destroying organisms, for example Pseudomonas sp, Staphylococcus aureus and Salmonella typhi. The distances across of the inhibitory zone keep running between 9-12 mm. This bacteriocin may have potential use as bio preservatives and may help in enhancing the gut environment by battling a few pathogenic microorganisms.

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