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Volume 64, Issue 4
  • ISSN: 2056-5135

Abstract

Antibacterial resistant bacteria are a significant problem in the hide or skin soaking process due to their destructive properties on finished leather. Lichens may be a solution to overcome this resistance problem. (99.86%) was isolated from soak liquor samples. For screening of possible antibacterial effects of lichen acetone extracts, six lichen species ( and sp.) were examined by nine-fold dilution against and extracts showed antibacterial effects at the concentrations of 240 μg ml−1, 120 μg ml−1 and 60 μg ml−1 whereas the extracts of had an antibacterial effect at 240 μg ml−1 and 120 μg ml−1. On the other hand, had no antibacterial effect. The most successful lichen extract was determined to be sp. at the concentrations of 240 μg ml−1, 120 μg ml−1, 60 μg ml−1, 30 μg ml−1 and 15 μg ml−1. In conclusion, lichen extracts seem to have potential antibacterial efficacies against

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