Eleutherine americana Merr. ex K. Heyne is a related herb and its rhizome is used as a folk medicine for the treatment of coronary disorders (Ding & Huang. PDF | Eleutherine americana Merr., a medicinal plant, which has been widely cultivated in South East Asia. Ethnobotanically, the plant is known. Three new constituents were isolated from Eleutherine americana Merr. et K. Heyne (hong-cong) by means of silica gel, octadecyl silane (ODS) column.
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Minimum inhibitory concentration MIC of the extract against Campylobacter isolates from humans and chicken samples ranged from Three of them, 23and 4were identified by comparison of their physical and spectral data with elwutherine published in the literature Hara et al. The bulbs g of E.
Our results clearly indicated that the ethanolic extract from E. Antibiotic susceptibility pattern of strains of Campylobacter coli isolated in Osogbo, Nigeria.
Patterns of cell survival after treatment wmericana similar among isolates from humans and chicken samples. The ethanolic extract of E.
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Most isolates, from both the human and chicken samples, produced inhibition zones between 26 and 30 mm Table 2. In a previous study, crude extracts from D.
Thus, Hara et al. Trends in antibiotic resistance among diarrheal pathogens isolated in Thailand over 15 years. Z Naturforsch Ser C Series of studies on the antibacterial activity of E.
Thirty-nine human clinical isolates of Campylobacter spp. Like other Eleutherine species, E. Among Spanish-speakers, the plant is known as lagrimas de la virgen “tears of the virgin”. Fungal infections of a colonial marine invertebrate: A candidate for the control of Campylobacter species T. However, within 18 h after being treated with the extract, both at 2 MIC and 4 MIC, the cell numbers of all species of Campylobacter decreased to levels at limit of detection.
A wide range of medicinal plants have been demonstrated for their antagonistic effects against pathogenic bacteria Voravuthikunchai et al.
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Inthe European Union suggested that the use of fluoroquinolones in poultry be limited Gallay et al. Reduced protein diet and amino acid concentration alter intestinal barrier function and performance of broiler chickens with or without synthetic glucocorticoid.
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Anti-diarrhoeal evaluation of some medicinal plants used by zulu traditional healers. Biflavonoids, quinones and xanthones as rare chemical markers in the family Iridaceae.
With the aim of detecting bioactive natural products we evaluated hundreds of plant extracts using this assay. Activity of medicinal plant extracts against hospital isolates of methicillin-resistant Staphylococcus aureus.
A new leeutherine as natural antibacterial drug from Rhodomyrtus tomentosa. Further investigation of this plant species may provide an alternative medicine for Campylobacter infection that could also be applied as a food additive to prevent the infection.
Olivier, and Eleutherine americana Merr. Encyclopedia of Life ID same as Wikidata Articles with ‘species’ microformats Taxonbars with automatically added basionyms. The bactericidal activity of the extract was studied using a time-kill assay. Previous studies in Thailand showed the emergence of Campylobacter spp. Evaluation of the ability of Eleutherine americana crude extract as natural food additive in cooked pork. Campylobacter lari can cause disease but seems to be of minor importance to humans Werno et al.
Eleutherina total of 6, laboratory-confirmed cases of bacterial gastroenteritis reported by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention were caused by Campylobacter CDC, Retrieved 9 March — via The Plant List. Some of these compounds were also found to possess diverse biological activities, such as being inhibitory against the human immunodeficiency virus, being inhibitory against topoisomerase II, and having antifungal activity Zhengxiong et al. Extraction of water-soluble active fraction of Hongcong Eleutherine americana and preparation of the eleutherihe.
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