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Tristemma hirtum and Five Other Cameroonian Edible Plants with Weak or No Antibacterial Effects Modulate the Activities of Antibiotics against Gram-Negative Multidrug-Resistant Phenotypes
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The results of this study suggest that extracts from leaves of Tristemma hirtum and pericarps of Raphia hookeri can be sources of plant-derived products with antibiotic modifying activity. Expand
Antibacterial and Antibiotic-Potentiating Activities of Thirteen Cameroonian Edible Plants against Gram-Negative Resistant Phenotypes
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It is shown that tested plant extracts and particularly those from T. cacao and Phaseolus vulgaris can be used alone or in combination with conventional antibiotics in the treatment of infections involving multiresistant bacteria. Expand
Antistaphylococcal Activity of Extracts, Fractions, and Compounds of Acacia polyacantha Wild (Fabaceae)
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The present study demonstrates the antistaphylococcal potential of Acacia polyacantha and its constituents to combat bacterial infections alone or in combination with efflux pump inhibitors. Expand
Antistaphylococcal and Antibiotic Resistance Modulatory Activities of Thirteen Cameroonian Edible Plants against Resistant Phenotypes
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It is demonstrated that the 13 tested plants had antistaphylococcal effects and that DES, HEL, UGL, and UGB could be used in combination with EPI to combat resistance to S. aureus. Expand
Syzygium jambos Displayed Antibacterial and Antibiotic-Modulating Activities against Resistant Phenotypes
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It is demonstrated that Syzygium jambos has antibacterial and antibiotic-modulating activities. Expand
A phenanthridin-6(5H)-one derivative and a lanostane-type triterpene with antibacterial properties from Anonidium mannii (Oliv). Engl. & Diels (Annonaceae).
The chemical investigation of Anonidium mannii root extract by column chromatography techniques led to the isolation of eight compounds among which two previously unreported compounds; aExpand
Caffeate and piperidine-3-ol derivatives from the stem bark of Cassia sieberiana
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A new caffeate derivative from the ethanol extract of the stem bark of Cassia sieberiana DC showed capacities to reduce 1,1-diphenyl-2-picrylhydrazyl (DPPH) radical considerably better than the "gold standard" trolox (EC50 6.47 ± 0.48 μg/mL). Expand
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