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Abstract Title:

Preparative HPLC fraction ofessential oil against biofilm forming.

Abstract Source:

Saudi J Biol Sci. 2020 Oct ;27(10):2853-2862. Epub 2020 Jul 10. PMID: 32994746

Abstract Author(s):

Xinjun Yang, Govindan Nadar Rajivgandhi, Govindan Ramachandran, Naiyf S Alharbi, Shine Kadaikunnan, Jamal M Khaled, Taghreed N Almanaa, Natesan Manoharan, Rajan Viji

Article Affiliation:

Xinjun Yang

Abstract:

Recent years() biofilm formation (BF) is emerging thread worldwide. For tackling this problem, we have chosen Hibiscus rosa-. pneumoniae. The HPLC purified essential oils (EOs sinensis (H. rosa-sinensis) (HRS) to inhibit the BF K) of H. rosa-sinensis was performed against BFand showed concentration dependent biofilm inhibition. At the MBIC of EOs (90 µg/ml), the biofilm inhibition was showed at 92% against selected BF. The biofilm metabolic assay, exopolysaccharide quantification and hydrophobicity index variation results exhibited with 88%, 92% and 89% reduction at 90 μg/mL was observed respectively. In addition, the morphological modification of MBIC treatedwas clearly viewed by scanning electron microscope (SEM). Overall, all the invitro experiments result were confirmed that the MBIC of H. rosa-sinensis EOs was very effective against BF

Study Type : In Vitro Study

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