Alexander Pauli

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Preparations with essential oils and their dosages applied in the therapy of children’s infectious diseases are well documented. In contrast, information is only sparingly available about uses of isolated pure essential oil compounds for the treatment of such infections. To find out safe antimicrobials from essential oils, microbiological inhibitory data of(More)
The most active low molecular weight compounds from higher plants against Candida species are compiled from a database of antimicrobials (Amicbase) to find out new hints on their mechanism of action. The selected compounds possess strong inhibitory activities in vitro against Candida species either in the agar diffusion test, bioautography, agar dilution(More)
The examination of antimicrobial structure-activity relationships of 93 volatile phenylpropanes (VPs) and 21 related aromatic compounds revealed a dependence of antimicrobial activity from the kind and number of substituents on the aromatic ring, their substitution pattern and microbial characteristics, such as Gram coloring and strain specific factors.(More)
Three Acinetobacter isolates (identified by API 20 NE as A. baumannii, A. junii, A. lwoffii) from activated sludge treating forest-industry wastewaters were used as model organisms for polyphosphate-accumulating bacteria to optimize growth conditions for acinetobacters. The optimal concentrations of carbon, nitrogen, phosphorus, magnesium and potassium for(More)
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