Molecular Biomarkers & Diagnosis

ISSN: 2155-9929

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Qari HA

Slovak republic

  • Research Article
    Red Sea Microbial Diversity for Antimicrobial and Anticancer Agents
    Author(s): Nadeem F, Oves M, Qari HA and Ismail IMINadeem F, Oves M, Qari HA and Ismail IMI

    Marine natural products are valuable sources that could produce potential chemotherapeutic agents, and marinederived organisms are widely recognized as important sources of these natural products with interesting biological activities. Furthermore, Red sea was recognized as a rich source of microbial diversity with unique metabolites that can be of pharmaceutical and medicinal importance. The discovery of novel active metabolites provides an intellectual challenge to examine new products for medicinal purposes. Although many bacterial strains were isolated from Red sea with potent bioactivities; however, the microbial diversity of marine environment such Red sea remained largely un-explored. Lately, it has been possible to easily collect marine samples, isolate, and further identify diverse marine organisms (e.g. bacteria, fungi, and algae and marine invertebrate) by modern molecular .. Read More»
    DOI: 10.4172/2155-9929.1000267

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