Pseudomonas piscicida

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Pseu·do·mon·as pis·ci·ci·'da

a bacterial species pathogenic for fish.
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In molecular diagnosis, a 1500 bp PCR product was amplified successfully (Figure 18) and on the basis of the BLAST search, the PG-01 isolate showed the highest 16S rRNA gene sequence similarity (97%) to Pseudoalteromonas piscicida 1314.
Glycerol and yeast extract were chosen as optimum carbon and nitrogen sources for antibiotic production by Pseudoalteromonas piscicida PG-01; there are several reports about selection of these substrates as the best sources in order to antibiotic production by different bacteria [32, 33].