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The isolation of natural products from marine fish includes several essential steps. The process begins with the isolation of tissues from the fish. Often, in the past, the isolation of compound has been a random process. However there is now a growing recognition that the source of fish samples can be important for increasing the success rate of bioactive discovery. Due to the various and often chemically mediated interactions that occur between tissues and their host and between members of the fish community, isolation of compound from marine finfish can significantly increase the chances of obtaining bioactive producing strains. The present study was to evaluate the antimicrobial activity of Mugil cephalus Muscle Tissue and proteins were tested by using disc diffusion techniques against seven pathogenic bacteria.