Microbiology Research, Vol. 15, Pages 342-353: Influence of Organic Matter from Native Fish on the Antimicrobial Efficacy of Sodium Hypochlorite (NaClO) in Reducing Salmonella spp. Population
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by Jaqueline Oliveira Reis, Carine Baggio Cavalcante, Nathaly Barros Nunes, Adelino Cunha Neto, Maxsueli Aparecida Moura Machado, Yuri Duarte Porto, Vinicius Silva Castro, Eduardo Eustáquio de Souza Figueiredo
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Microbiology Research, Vol. 15, Pages 342-353: Influence of Organic Matter from Native Fish on the Antimicrobial Efficacy of Sodium Hypochlorite (NaClO) in Reducing Salmonella spp. Population Microbiology Research doi: 10.3390/microbiolres15010023 Authors: Jaqueline Oliveira Reis Carine Baggio Cavalcante Nathaly Barros Nunes Adelino Cunha Neto Maxsueli Aparecida Moura Machado Yuri Duarte Porto Vinicius Silva Castro Eduardo Eustáquio de Souza Figueiredo Salmonella spp. is not part of the fish microbiota, being introduced through contaminated water or improper handling. In slaughterhouses, five ..read more
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Microbiology Research, Vol. 15, Pages 326-341: Optimization of the Conditions for the Transformation of a Bacillus subtilis Strain L11 to Prepare Nano Selenium and Its Preliminary Application in Sheep Feed
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by Wenxin Guo, Xinyu Shi, Lu Wang, Xin Cong, Shuiyuan Cheng, Linling Li, Hua Cheng
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Microbiology Research, Vol. 15, Pages 326-341: Optimization of the Conditions for the Transformation of a Bacillus subtilis Strain L11 to Prepare Nano Selenium and Its Preliminary Application in Sheep Feed Microbiology Research doi: 10.3390/microbiolres15010022 Authors: Wenxin Guo Xinyu Shi Lu Wang Xin Cong Shuiyuan Cheng Linling Li Hua Cheng Selenium nanoparticles (SeNPs) have greater bioavailability and safety than inorganic selenium, and was widely used in medical, agricultural, nutritional supplements, and antibacterial fields. The present study screened a strain L11 producing SeNPs from a ..read more
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Microbiology Research, Vol. 15, Pages 314-325: The Impact of pH Modulation on the Rhizosphere Bacteriome of Maize and Bean
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by Rodrigo Reis Moura, Douglas Alfradique Monteiro, Eduardo da Silva Fonseca, Fabiano de Carvalho Balieiro, Fernando Cesário, Caio Tavora Coelho da Costa Rachid
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Microbiology Research, Vol. 15, Pages 314-325: The Impact of pH Modulation on the Rhizosphere Bacteriome of Maize and Bean Microbiology Research doi: 10.3390/microbiolres15010021 Authors: Rodrigo Reis Moura Douglas Alfradique Monteiro Eduardo da Silva Fonseca Fabiano de Carvalho Balieiro Fernando Cesário Caio Tavora Coelho da Costa Rachid In soils, pH stands as the main factor modulating bacterial communities’ composition. However, most studies address its effects in bulk soils in natural systems, with few focusing on its effects in the rhizosphere of plants. Predicting pH effect ..read more
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Microbiology Research, Vol. 15, Pages 290-313: Antimycobacterial Drugs as a Novel Strategy to Inhibit Pseudomonas aeruginosa Virulence Factors and Combat Antibiotic Resistance: A Molecular Simulation Study
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by Razique Anwer
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Microbiology Research, Vol. 15, Pages 290-313: Antimycobacterial Drugs as a Novel Strategy to Inhibit Pseudomonas aeruginosa Virulence Factors and Combat Antibiotic Resistance: A Molecular Simulation Study Microbiology Research doi: 10.3390/microbiolres15010020 Authors: Razique Anwer Antimicrobial resistance poses a severe threat, particularly in developing countries where the ready availability of drugs and increased consumption lead to improper antibiotic usage, thereby causing a surge in resistance levels compared to developed areas. Despite the past success of antibiotics, their effectiven ..read more
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Microbiology Research, Vol. 15, Pages 273-289: In Silico Identification of Sugarcane Genome-Encoded MicroRNAs Targeting Sugarcane Mosaic Virus
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by Wang Wenzhi, Muhammad Aleem Ashraf, Hira Ghaffar, Zainab Ijaz, Waqar ul Zaman, Huda Mazhar, Maryam Zulfqar, Shuzhen Zhang
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Microbiology Research, Vol. 15, Pages 273-289: In Silico Identification of Sugarcane Genome-Encoded MicroRNAs Targeting Sugarcane Mosaic Virus Microbiology Research doi: 10.3390/microbiolres15010019 Authors: Wang Wenzhi Muhammad Aleem Ashraf Hira Ghaffar Zainab Ijaz Waqar ul Zaman Huda Mazhar Maryam Zulfqar Shuzhen Zhang Sugarcane mosaic virus (SCMV) (genus, Potyvirus; family, Potyviridae) is widespread, deleterious, and the most damaging pathogen of sugarcane (Saccharum officinarum L. and Saccharum spp.) that causes a substantial barrier to producing high sugarcane earnings. Sugarcane mosaic ..read more
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Microbiology Research, Vol. 15, Pages 247-272: Microbial Cell Factories: Biodiversity, Pathway Construction, Robustness, and Industrial Applicability
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by Rida Chaudhary, Ali Nawaz, Mireille Fouillaud, Laurent Dufossé, Ikram ul Haq, Hamid Mukhtar
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Microbiology Research, Vol. 15, Pages 247-272: Microbial Cell Factories: Biodiversity, Pathway Construction, Robustness, and Industrial Applicability Microbiology Research doi: 10.3390/microbiolres15010018 Authors: Rida Chaudhary Ali Nawaz Mireille Fouillaud Laurent Dufossé Ikram ul Haq Hamid Mukhtar The microbial biosynthesis of proteins, primary metabolites, and chemicals is gaining extraordinary momentum and is presently viewed as an advancing approach in the industrial research sector. Increased threats to the environment and the possibility of declining petroleum assets have switched the ..read more
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Microbiology Research, Vol. 15, Pages 225-235: A Role for Secondary Metabolites in Desiccation Tolerance in Lichens
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by Nqobile Truelove Ndhlovu, Farida Minibayeva, Richard Peter Beckett
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Microbiology Research, Vol. 15, Pages 225-235: A Role for Secondary Metabolites in Desiccation Tolerance in Lichens Microbiology Research doi: 10.3390/microbiolres15010016 Authors: Nqobile Truelove Ndhlovu Farida Minibayeva Richard Peter Beckett In lichens, secondary metabolites have been shown to protect against biotic stresses such as pathogen attacks and grazing, and abiotic stresses such as ultraviolet (UV) and high photosynthetically active radiation (PAR). Lichen secondary metabolites are known to have strong antioxidant activity, and while theoretically they may have roles in tolerance ..read more
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Microbiology Research, Vol. 15, Pages 196-212: Promising Eco-Friendly Nanoparticles for Managing Bottom Rot Disease in Lettuce (Lactuca sativa var. longifolia)
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by Nashwa A. H. Fetyan, Tarek A. Essa, Tamer M. Salem, Ahmed Aboueloyoun Taha, Samah Fawzy Elgobashy, Nagwa A. Tharwat, Tamer Elsakhawy
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Microbiology Research, Vol. 15, Pages 196-212: Promising Eco-Friendly Nanoparticles for Managing Bottom Rot Disease in Lettuce (Lactuca sativa var. longifolia) Microbiology Research doi: 10.3390/microbiolres15010014 Authors: Nashwa A. H. Fetyan Tarek A. Essa Tamer M. Salem Ahmed Aboueloyoun Taha Samah Fawzy Elgobashy Nagwa A. Tharwat Tamer Elsakhawy Developing innovative, eco-friendly fungicide alternatives is crucial to mitigate the substantial threat fungal pathogens pose to crop yields. In this study, we assessed the in vitro effectiveness of SiO2, CuO, and γFe2O3 nanoparticle ..read more
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Microbiology Research, Vol. 15, Pages 213-224: COVID-19 Epidemic Process and Evolution of SARS-CoV-2 Genetic Variants in the Russian Federation
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by Vasiliy Akimkin, Tatiana A. Semenenko, Svetlana V. Ugleva, Dmitry V. Dubodelov, Kamil Khafizov
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Microbiology Research, Vol. 15, Pages 213-224: COVID-19 Epidemic Process and Evolution of SARS-CoV-2 Genetic Variants in the Russian Federation Microbiology Research doi: 10.3390/microbiolres15010015 Authors: Vasiliy Akimkin Tatiana A. Semenenko Svetlana V. Ugleva Dmitry V. Dubodelov Kamil Khafizov The COVID-19 pandemic, etiologically related to a new coronavirus, has had a catastrophic impact on the demographic situation on a global scale. The aim of this study was to analyze the manifestations of the COVID-19 epidemic process, the dynamics of circulation, and the rate of the spread of new va ..read more
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Microbiology Research, Vol. 15, Pages 187-195: Effects of Glomus fasciculatum, Azotobacter chroococcum and Vermicompost Leachate on the Production and Quality of Tomato Fruit
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by Alejandro Alarcón-Zayas, Luis Guillermo Hernández-Montiel, Diana Medina-Hernández, Edgar Omar Rueda-Puente, Wilson Geobel Ceiro-Catasú, Ramón Jaime Holguín-Peña
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Microbiology Research, Vol. 15, Pages 187-195: Effects of Glomus fasciculatum, Azotobacter chroococcum and Vermicompost Leachate on the Production and Quality of Tomato Fruit Microbiology Research doi: 10.3390/microbiolres15010013 Authors: Alejandro Alarcón-Zayas Luis Guillermo Hernández-Montiel Diana Medina-Hernández Edgar Omar Rueda-Puente Wilson Geobel Ceiro-Catasú Ramón Jaime Holguín-Peña Arbuscular mycorrhizal fungi, plant-growth-promoting bacteria (PGPB) and vermicompost constitute important environmental and economic resources for improving the production and quality of tomato fruits. T ..read more
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