Silver nanoparticles and its potencial use and influence on the environment is still object of research. Methodics of synthesis of silver nanoparticles is already well investigated and study deals with more economical ways of syntesis by metireals, which are environmentally friendly and nontoxic. Biochemical production of nanoparticles has both advantages. This study focused on the production of nanoparticles by lactic acid bacteria and antibacterial activity. Experimental part of the study focused on amplification DNA isolated from Lactobacillus gasseri K7, which has efficiency to form silver nanoparticles. DNA was isolated in PCR, it was confirmed using primers specific for domena Bacteria and species Lactobacillus gasseri
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