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《Journal of Hebei North University(Medical Edition)》 2008-03
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Study on Antibacteral Effects of Six Chinese Herbs Against Pathogenic Bacteria

XUE Jian-jiang1,QIAO Hai-xia2,LIU Jin-jun2,et al 1.Clinicial Lab,The First Affilited Hospitial,Hebei North University,Zhangjiakou,075000,Hebei,China 2.Department of Microbiology,Hebei North University,Zhangjiakou,075000,Hebei,China  
Objective:To establish a method to detect the antibacterial activity of traditional chinese medicine against pathegenic bacteria.Methods:Six varieties of traditional chinese medicine(Coptis etc)were selected and extracted with pure water to make concentrated with 1mg/L.Three different common pathogenic bacteria were used to determine the minimal inhibitory concentration(MIC)in vitro with liquid dilution method to the selected medicine.Results:The methods were established to detect the antibacterial activity of traditional chinese medicine.Three herbs had inhibition effects on the strains of test,among which Coptis Chinesis had the strongest effect and MIC was 0.00625g/mL to Staphylococcus aureus.Conclusion:The methods can serve as a reference for the antibacterial activity of traditional chinese medicine.The degree of inhibition effect for different traditional chinese medicine on different bacteria were different.
【Fund】: 河北省中医药科学研究指导计划项目(编号:2007093)
【CateGory Index】: R285
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