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Improvement of the antibacterial activity of sesquiterpene lactones
(Laboratorios Mixim S.A., 2008-10)
Thirty six sesquiterpene lactones of the guaianolide and germacranolide-type from species of the Tribes Heliantheae and Vernonieae (Asteraceae) were evaluated for their antibacterial action. Thirty of them exhibited selective ...
Complexes of Water-Soluble Polymers with Cu 2 R and Ag R as Antibacterial Agents
(Wiley Online Library, 2015)
Screening for yeast with antibacterial properties from an ethanol distillery
A general screening for the expression of antibacterial activity and non-flocculating type of yeast strains from must and fermented broth of alcohol distilleries was performed. From 60 strains only Saccharomyces sp. M26 ...
Effect of light-activation on the antibacterial activity of dentin bonding agents
Aim: This study evaluated the effect of light-activation on the antibacterial activity of dentin bonding systems. Methods: Inocula of Streptococcus mutans and Lactobacillus casei cultures were spread on the surface of BHI ...
Antimicrobial polymers: Antibacterial efficacy of silicone rubber–titanium dioxide composites
(Sage Publications Ltd, 2017-07)
Control and reduction of microorganism infections in high-risk environments is up to date a challenge. Traditional techniques imply several limitations including development of antibiotics resistance and ecotoxicity. Then, ...
Detection and preliminary characterization of antibacterial protein(s) in the serum of mud crab, Scylla serrata
(Invertebrate Survival Journal, 2015-01-01)
Serum of mud crab, Scylla serrata has been found to possess significant antibacterial activity against some of the resident specific bacteria including Bacillus sp. N1, Bacillus flexus N3, Escherichia coli as well as ...
Cell-envelope remodeling as a determinant of phenotypic antibacterial tolerance in mycobacterium tuberculosis
The mechanisms that lead to phenotypic antibacterial tolerance in bacteria remain poorly understood. We investigate whether changes in NaCl concentration toward physiologically higher values affect antibacterial efficacy ...
ANTIBACTERIAL ACTIVITY OF COMPOUNDS ISOLATED OF THE RESINOUS EXUDATE FROM HELIOTROPIUM SINUATUM ON PHYTOPATHOGENIC BACTERIA
(Sociedad Chilena de Química, 2004)