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Occurrence, chemical composition, biological activities and analytical methods on Copaifera genus-A review.
In vitro antimicrobial activity of irreversible hydrocolloid impressions against 12 oral microorganisms.
- L. Casemiro, F. PIRES-DE-SOUZA, H. Panzeri, C. Martins, I. Y. Ito
- MedicineBrazilian Oral Research
- 1 October 2007
The results suggest that the method of preparing irreversible hydrocolloids with a 0.2% digluconate chlorhexidine solution is more effective than the incorporation of an antimicrobial agent in the powder to reduce cross-contamination caused by impressions.
Essential Oil Composition and Antioxidant and Antimicrobial Properties of Campomanesia pubescens O. Berg, Native of Brazilian Cerrado
The root essential oil showed the strongest inhibition against Fusobacterium nucleatum (ATCC 25586), and the leaf extract presented the highest concentration of phenolic and proanthocyanidins compounds.
Endodontics pastes formulated with copaiba oil: action on oral microbiota and dentin bridge formation in dogs
It can be concluded that the pastes analysed showed similar antimicrobial potential but differed significantly from their individual components, and no significant difference was observed in dentin bridge formation between the different pastes tested.
CHEMICAL STUDY OF Hortia superba (Rutaceae) AND INVESTIGATION OF THE ANTIMYCOBACTERIAL ACTIVITY OF CRUDE EXTRACTS AND CONSTITUENTS ISOLATED FROM Hortia SPECIES
The results obtained demonstrated an inhibitory effect of the dichloromethane extract of leaves of H. oreadica on the growth of M. tuberculosis, which could be useful in the development of effective new drugs against mycobacteria.
Copaifera reticulata oleoresin: Chemical characterization and antibacterial properties against oral pathogens.
Antifungal activity of plant-derived essential oils on Candida tropicalis planktonic and biofilms cells.
The results indicated that C. tropicalis is susceptible to treatment with PG-EO, geraniol, and linalool, which could become options to prevent or treat this infection.
Anticandidal Efficacy of Cinnamon Oil Against Planktonic and Biofilm Cultures of Candida parapsilosis and Candida orthopsilosis
The most active essential oil was cinnamon oil (CO), which showed anticandidal activity against C. parapsilosis and C. orthopsilosis in both suspension and biofilm cultures and can be effectively utilised for the control of the yeasts tested.
Chemical composition and antibacterial activity of essential oils from Citrus aurantifolia leaves and fruit peel against oral pathogenic bacteria.
- Raiane S. Lemes, C. C. F. Alves, M. Miranda
- Chemistry, MedicineAnais da Academia Brasileira de Ciências
- 4 January 2018
Tooth decay is a major public health problem which affects a large number of people in several countries. Even though more than 700 bacterial species have been detected in the oral cavity,…
Antimycobacterial Activity of Some Commercially Available Plant-Derived Essential Oils
The antimycobacterial activity of a commercially available essential oil of A balsamifera against mycobacteria is assessed for the first time and is the most active against M. kansasii and M. avium.