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In the present scenario, ever-increasing antibiotic drug resistance with human pathogens commonly been reported. In requirement, development of new antibiotics also remains the thrust area. The present study attempted to isolate antibiotic producing actinomycetes from soil surface which finds commonplace in the ability to control human pathogen. The study detected Amycolatopsis equina, Amycolatopsis keratiniphila and Amycolatopsis speibonae able to provide bioactive agent by which uro-pathogens like Pseudomonas sp and Salmonella species prominently get inhibited by the partially purified antibiotic like molecule.


In a conclusive remark, actinomycetes of Nagpur soil able to produce many bioactive compounds which find commonplace in controlling MDR as well as sensitive uro-pathogens mainly Pseudomonas species.

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Jaiswar, D. K., Kumar, D. A., & Bhandari, D. (2019). Searching The Hidden Potential of Actinomycetes Prevalent In Nagpur Soil As Future Antibiotic Producers. History Research Journal, 5(6), 2524-2536. Retrieved from https://journals.eduindex.org/index.php/hrj/article/view/16103