(ANN), and discriminant analysis (DA) to predict the protein structure, and the scores obtained were 1, 0.944, 1 and 1, respectively. All the results determined that the protein was an AMP. The antifungal function of recombinant AMP-17 protein has been reported by (Guo et al. 2017) who showed its strong activity against C. albicans, indicating it had good development potential.
In this study, the in vitro antifungal activity of AMP-17 protein was assessed against C. albicans, Candida krusei
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A total of 181 cultivable endophytic bacterial isolates were collected from stems of 13 species of herbs inhabiting Europe (Poland): Chelidonium majus L., Elymus repens L., Erigeron annuus L., Euphrasia rostkoviana Hayne, Foeniculum vulgare L., Geranium pratense L., Humulus lupulus L., Matricaria chamomilla L., Mentha arvensis L., Papaver rhoeas L., Rosmarinus officinalis L., Solidago gigantea L. and Vinca minor L. The isolates were screened for their antifungal activity and fifty three
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vials at 4°C. These methanolic extracts were further used for in vitro antifungal activity and for chemical profiling, using TLC and HPLC/UV (Fatima et al. 2019).
Determination of the antifungal activity. The PDA (potato dextrose agar) plates were prepared, and the inverted side of the plate was marked from edge to about 2 cm from both sides. After marking, agar plugs were cut from well-grown cultures of selected actinomycetes, and were placed on PDA plates about 2 cm from the edge, and the plates
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