To understand the interaction between different microbes, it is important to
understand how they communicate with one another in their adjacent environment.
These interactions are beneficial because when different microbes interact, they
stimulate specific mechanisms, release signals, and result in the production and
synthesis of important vaccines, anti-bacterial and anti-fungal agents, and secondary
metabolites. These metabolites are beneficial from a medicinal point of view as well. Many studies proved that specific metabolites are released only when they interact with
other microorganisms in their adjacent environment. This is also proved through
chromatography and co-culturing of these microorganisms.