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The bacterial enzyme tyrosinase, with its high oxidizing capacity, can be applied in phenolic biotransformation, pharmaceutical, cosmetics and textile industries. In this research, a native Bacillus sp.-producing tyrosinase was isolated from a soil sample. The strain was identified by morphological, biochemical and molecular tests using bioinformatics analysis, and was named Bacillus megaterium strain M36. According to the blast analysis of 16S rDNA (1434 bp), the strain showed 99% identitydoi:10.2298/abs151002058v fatcat:ldw33nlx2fhovcyy2foneowxna