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In the present study, PHB a biopolymer produced by Bacillus spp was evaluated against coccidiosis. PHB production by Bacillus spp was screened by Sudan Black staining and confirmed by Nile Red staining. The produced PHB was characterized by FTIR, NMR and XRD analysis. The characterized PHB was further used to evaluate its effect against sporulation inhibition and c...

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Foodborne illness still remains a major threat to public health. Among the various pathogens causing food borne outbreaks, Salmonella sps, Stapylococcus aureus, Bacillus cereus, Campylobacter sps have been incriminated for majority of outbreak cases. Now – a – days consumption of minimally processed ready to eat (RTE) food products increases the risk of food bor...

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Ebola virus disease (EVD), formerly known as Ebola haemorrhagic fever, is a severe, often fatal illness, with a case fatality rate of upto 90%. It is a severe contagious zoonotic disease affecting humans and non-human primates. It is caused by a virus belongs to the genus Ebola of Filoviridae family. This virus is a single stranded negative sense RNA consists of...

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The present study was undertaken to study the effect of Beta lactoglobulin ( -LG) genotypes on milk yield and milk composition during four lactation periods. Individual mid lactation milk samples of 75 ml of each were collected from 95 Red Sindhi cows in first, second, third and fourth lactation period maintained at Livestock research station, Hosur. Effect of g...

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In this study, biohydrogen was produced by dark fermentation using the microbes present in the rumen of the cattle as inoculum and the rumen fluid as the medium. Initially the biohydrogen produced was found to be of 29.6 μmol/ 70ml of rumen  uid. The parameters such as pH and micronutrients were optimized for enhanced biohydrogen production. The pH 6 produ...

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Rumen fluid a major slaughter house waste is known to have numerous microorganisms which include bacteria, fungi, protozoa, Archaea and viruses. These Microbes in the rumen fluid not only have the ability to ferment a variety of carbohydrates but also degrades and ferment a significant portion of dietary protein. In the present study the rumen fluid is evaluate...

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A study was undertaken to evaluate the effect of microencapsulated multispecies probiotics in immunomodulation of NDV vaccinated chicken. The probiotic bacteria were isolated from native chicken using MRS broth. A total of 14 single colony pure stock cultures were prepared and subjected for phenotypic, biochemical and also for immunomodulatory potential analysis. T...

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In the present study keratin was extracted from chicken feather using the reductants beta mercaptoethanol, urea and SDS. The extracted keratin was lyophilised and was used to prepare hydrogel. Prepared hydrogel was characterized using SEM and FTIR. The prepared keratin hydrogel was used for encapsulation of tetracycline. The percentage of drug encapsulation in...

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Bacillus cereus is a causative agent for common foodborne outbreaks. In this study, we investigate the presence of food borne bacterial pathogen, Bacillus cereus in ready to eat meat products by cultural and molecular techniques and their antibiotic resistance profiles. Ready to eat meat products (n = 115) were procured from commercial outlets in and around Chennai...

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The present study was conducted to evaluate the effect of Poly-3-Hydroxy butyrate against the sporulation of oocyst of E. tenella. In this study four different doses of PHB which was extracted from the Bacillus subtilis culture, 10, 20, 50and 100mg were used with 2.5% potassium dichromate as positive control and distilled water as negative control. The experime...

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Tannery effluent, a major source of water pollution, contains solids, nitrogen, sulphides, neutral salts and heavy metals as major components of pollutant. In the present study Staphylococcus warneri isolated from tannery effluent was evaluated for its ability to reduce the levels of four selected heavy metals; Zinc, Copper, Chromium and Lead. The DNA was isolated ...

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Aim : Methodology : Results : Interpretation : Biodegradable poly-3-hydroxybutyrate is one of the most common biopolymer which is used in different fields such as medicine, agriculture, textile, industrial and food packaging. PHB microspheres are useful for targeting drugs to specific infection sites and for prolonged drug release. The present study focus o...

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