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    Heat Map based on the antibacterial and anticancer activity of the three dominant bioactive Streptomyces species, ( a ) S. parvulus , ( b ) S. <t>enissocaesilis</t> , and ( c ) S. rochei, against four test pathogens and ovarian cancer cell line (A2780). Dendrogram on the left of the diagram indicate the relatedness of the strains based on their bioactivities. Color gradient ranging from blue-green (0%), pink (50%), and purple (100%) corresponds to the antibacterial and cytotoxicity activity. Collection sites of strains were annotated by the color strips on the right-side tree of the diagram. The heat map was created using RStudio statistical program ver1.2.5042 with heat map clustering methods; hierarchical clustering Euclidean distance metric was used to cluster the data.
    Streptomyces Enissocaesilis, supplied by ATCC, used in various techniques. Bioz Stars score: 93/100, based on 2 PubMed citations. ZERO BIAS - scores, article reviews, protocol conditions and more
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    Article Title: Multiple strain analysis of Streptomyces species from Philippine marine sediments reveals intraspecies heterogeneity in antibiotic activities

    Journal: Scientific Reports

    doi: 10.1038/s41598-021-96886-4

    Heat Map based on the antibacterial and anticancer activity of the three dominant bioactive Streptomyces species, ( a ) S. parvulus , ( b ) S. enissocaesilis , and ( c ) S. rochei, against four test pathogens and ovarian cancer cell line (A2780). Dendrogram on the left of the diagram indicate the relatedness of the strains based on their bioactivities. Color gradient ranging from blue-green (0%), pink (50%), and purple (100%) corresponds to the antibacterial and cytotoxicity activity. Collection sites of strains were annotated by the color strips on the right-side tree of the diagram. The heat map was created using RStudio statistical program ver1.2.5042 with heat map clustering methods; hierarchical clustering Euclidean distance metric was used to cluster the data.
    Figure Legend Snippet: Heat Map based on the antibacterial and anticancer activity of the three dominant bioactive Streptomyces species, ( a ) S. parvulus , ( b ) S. enissocaesilis , and ( c ) S. rochei, against four test pathogens and ovarian cancer cell line (A2780). Dendrogram on the left of the diagram indicate the relatedness of the strains based on their bioactivities. Color gradient ranging from blue-green (0%), pink (50%), and purple (100%) corresponds to the antibacterial and cytotoxicity activity. Collection sites of strains were annotated by the color strips on the right-side tree of the diagram. The heat map was created using RStudio statistical program ver1.2.5042 with heat map clustering methods; hierarchical clustering Euclidean distance metric was used to cluster the data.

    Techniques Used: Activity Assay

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    ATCC streptomyces enissocaesilis
    Heat Map based on the antibacterial and anticancer activity of the three dominant bioactive Streptomyces species, ( a ) S. parvulus , ( b ) S. <t>enissocaesilis</t> , and ( c ) S. rochei, against four test pathogens and ovarian cancer cell line (A2780). Dendrogram on the left of the diagram indicate the relatedness of the strains based on their bioactivities. Color gradient ranging from blue-green (0%), pink (50%), and purple (100%) corresponds to the antibacterial and cytotoxicity activity. Collection sites of strains were annotated by the color strips on the right-side tree of the diagram. The heat map was created using RStudio statistical program ver1.2.5042 with heat map clustering methods; hierarchical clustering Euclidean distance metric was used to cluster the data.
    Streptomyces Enissocaesilis, supplied by ATCC, used in various techniques. Bioz Stars score: 93/100, based on 1 PubMed citations. ZERO BIAS - scores, article reviews, protocol conditions and more
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    Heat Map based on the antibacterial and anticancer activity of the three dominant bioactive Streptomyces species, ( a ) S. parvulus , ( b ) S. enissocaesilis , and ( c ) S. rochei, against four test pathogens and ovarian cancer cell line (A2780). Dendrogram on the left of the diagram indicate the relatedness of the strains based on their bioactivities. Color gradient ranging from blue-green (0%), pink (50%), and purple (100%) corresponds to the antibacterial and cytotoxicity activity. Collection sites of strains were annotated by the color strips on the right-side tree of the diagram. The heat map was created using RStudio statistical program ver1.2.5042 with heat map clustering methods; hierarchical clustering Euclidean distance metric was used to cluster the data.

    Journal: Scientific Reports

    Article Title: Multiple strain analysis of Streptomyces species from Philippine marine sediments reveals intraspecies heterogeneity in antibiotic activities

    doi: 10.1038/s41598-021-96886-4

    Figure Lengend Snippet: Heat Map based on the antibacterial and anticancer activity of the three dominant bioactive Streptomyces species, ( a ) S. parvulus , ( b ) S. enissocaesilis , and ( c ) S. rochei, against four test pathogens and ovarian cancer cell line (A2780). Dendrogram on the left of the diagram indicate the relatedness of the strains based on their bioactivities. Color gradient ranging from blue-green (0%), pink (50%), and purple (100%) corresponds to the antibacterial and cytotoxicity activity. Collection sites of strains were annotated by the color strips on the right-side tree of the diagram. The heat map was created using RStudio statistical program ver1.2.5042 with heat map clustering methods; hierarchical clustering Euclidean distance metric was used to cluster the data.

    Article Snippet: Streptomyces enissocaesilis (Fig. b) formed four clusters: the largest cluster composed of eight strains with antibiotic activity ranging from 80 to 100% growth inhibition against S. aureus ATCC BAA-44.

    Techniques: Activity Assay