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The aim of the present study was to isolate and characterize indigenous lactobacilli targeting inhibition of Campylobacter jejuni. Lactobacilli (n=150) were isolated from poultry droppings (62), fermented foods (yogurt and pickles) (78) and human faeces (10). Selected isolates were identified to specie level by amplifying and sequencing their 16SrDNA universal primers. All isolates were screened for their anti-Campylobacter activity by well diffusion assay. Out of 150, 07 isolates (PL22, PL53,doi:10.36899/japs.2020.2.0053 fatcat:7qcknfq2ezhyvmnqm5qqkvsfam