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This research was supported by grant 2009/53320-7, São Paulo Research Foundation (FAPESP) and LKK would like to thank CNPq for a post-doctoral scholarship (503259/2011-1).
|Table 1. General characteristics of the extracts evaluated for antiviral activity.|
|Extract||Sponge||Genbank Access number||Identification||Inhibition percentage (%)|
|B511||Chelonaplysilla erecta||HQ433229||Exiguobacterium sp.||33|
|B515||Chelonaplysilla erecta||HQ433231||Vibrio sp.||25|
|B555||Petromica citrina||KF294467||Bacillus sp.||98|
|B565||Petromica citrina||KF294469||Bacillus sp.||37|
|B584||Petromica citrina||KF294468||Bacillus sp.||98|
|B616||Petromica citrina||KF294466||Bacillus sp.||90|
Characteristics of the extracts evaluated for antiviral activity. Name of the each extract evaluated, sponge from which the microorganism was obtained, Genbank access number, identification of the microorganism from which the extract was obtained, and inhibition percentage obtained on antiviral assay.
Reference and Notes
- Bastos, J.C.S.; Kohn, L.K.; Fantinatti-Garboggini, F.; Padilla, M.A.; Flores, E.F.; da Silva, B.P.; de Menezes, C.B.A.; Arns, C.W. Antiviral Activity of Bacillus sp. Isolated from the Marine Sponge Petromica citrina against Bovine Viral Diarrhea Virus, a Surrogate Model of the Hepatitis C Virus. Viruses 2013, 5, 1219–1230.
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