Exploiting Novel Pseudomonas Syringae Bacteriocins as Cross-Species AntimicrobialsTechnology #ua17-200
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Title: Exploiting Novel Pseudomonas Syringae Bacteriocins as Cross-Species Antimicrobials
Invention: The invention is a novel cross-species killing agent against plant diseases, through utilization of derived tail protein structures.
Background: Bacteria have evolved numerous bacteriocins that kill strains that are similar to the producer. Currently, there are limited solutions to killing plant diseases, this invention provides a proper solution for killing plant based pathogens at their source.
- Treatment against agricultural pathogens
- Prophylactic antimicrobials
- A novel solution for eliminating plant based pathogens