Bioactive compounds production from fish intestinal microflora
What is it about?
Biosurfactants (BS) are microbial compounds with surface and antibiotic activity against a broad range of microorganisms. We isolated these substances from the intestine of fish. We identify them as rhamnolipids. We consider these BS producing bacteria very interesting in aquaculture.
Why is it important?
BS producing bacteria are interesting for solving all problems inherent the mortalities in artificial reproduction and fish rearing.
The following have contributed to this page: PhD Rosanna Floris
In partnership with: