Role of bacteria and fungi in antibiotic production
Sneha Katara, Devki, Varsha Gupta, Deepesh Neelam and Ravi Kant Rahi
Many microbes, or microorganisms, are known to produce a wide variety of antibiotics that are produced and used to fight disease and life-threatening illnesses. Antibiotics are produced by many small groups such as bacteria, fungi, and actinomycetes as their immune system against other viruses that live near them. Improving the yield of antimicrobials in the industry has been achieved through the use of technologies and traditional programs to make a variety of varieties based on random mutation and testing. The development of DNA fusion techniques and their use in antibiotic-producing microorganisms has allowed for increased production and biosynthetic processes that create new antibiotics. In this review article, we will focus on how different types of bacteria and fungi help in producing different types of antibiotics.
How to cite this article:
Sneha Katara, Devki, Varsha Gupta, Deepesh Neelam, Ravi Kant Rahi. Role of bacteria and fungi in antibiotic production. Pharma Innovation 2021;10(1):709-714.